When the mere mention of genetically altered foods causes your dinner guests to shift in their chairs, you’d expect a bumpy road ahead when it comes to researchers tinkering with their cannabis. But despite Canadians’ tricky perceptions of genetically modified organisms (GMOs), experts say the advent of legal cannabis could drive researchers to pull out… Read More GMO cannabis: Is that a thing?
Dating is rough. Scouring the ranks of your local dating scene for a partner whose eccentricities you appreciate, combined with the caveat of them appreciating yours can make for an exhausting experience. Thankfully for one demographic, what was once a grueling process is now getting a little bit easier. The stigma and judgment historically associated… Read More Cannabis-friendly dating services connect consumers with the partner of their dreams
From the first shaken fists to the approval of C-45, proponents of legal cannabis have been leaning on the “all natural” clause for as long as legislators have been shaking their heads. When it comes to harmony with nature, consumers need look no further than one perfectly synchronized, fish-fueled cannabis farm. “We’re letting nature do… Read More Aquaponic cannabis grower lets nature do the work
It’s been a rickety lift-off for legal cannabis. The rotating postal strike, short supply and online-only status via the Ontario Cannabis Store (OCS) presented many consumers in the province with little alternative to a sluggish delivery process and frustratingly barren shelves. Quebec, for its part, responded to too little product or delays by reducing retail… Read More What’s the difference between legal and illegal cannabis?
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s proposal to pardon minor cannabis possession convictions might be a step in the right direction, but a number of advocates and experts say it simply doesn’t go far enough. “Why aren’t we passing laws to wipe those records, instead of just giving people these pardons?” asks John Conroy, an attorney who… Read More Will Trudeau’s ‘pot pardons’ have a snowball effect?
Though up and running long before Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s stamp of approval, services like Toronto’s Cannabis Kush Tours are preparing for a boom in canna-curious tourists. “Soon, Canadians will easily be able to purchase and consume cannabis,” says the owner and operator, Neev Tapiero. “That first-time consumer is our primary market.” Read more here.
From copyright infringement, patent battles and plain bad taste, many age-old strain names are going up in smoke. Cannabis producers explain why here.
With limited affordability, geographical hurdles and heavy import restrictions, consumers and cultivators are feeling (or rather, not feeling) the burn in the wake of legalization. Deepak Anand aims to change that. Read more here.
Potent and undetectable, the crisis surrounding synthetic cannabinoids is as disconcerting as ever. Read here.
Here’s what experts had to say about the most sought-after, seldom-found strains. Read here.