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.
Back-to-school special: Moving away from scare tactics, cannabis education aimed at young adults gets a much-needed upgrade. Read here.