In the National Football League, smoking pot is worse than domestic abuse — or at least that’s what the suspensions of Ray Rice and Josh Gordon tell us.
It’s about time we bought some munchies, put on some light tunes and legalized marijuana in Canada.
Over 35 campuses across the country are seeing posters promoting the legalization of marijuana as a part of a Young Liberals campaign. Tied to the Liberal party’s own agenda to legalize pot, the campaign seeks to educate and promote the policy.
Want to get high? With the Liberal Party of Canada adding marijuana legalization to their platform last year, along with the recent legalization for recreational use in Washington state and Colorado, it looks like a lot of people do.
With two US states voting last month to decriminalize the substance—and recent polls indicating that the majority of Canadians are in favour of legalization—would it be in the best interest of British Columbians to follow suit?
Pot legalization has been a longstanding dispute in B.C. and the recent change in policy down South has strengthened the cry for similar action here in Canada.
A University of Saskatchewan scientist has helped map the genetic blueprint of marijuana, potentially leading to improved research and expanded use of the Cannabis sativa plant. Scientist's believe their findings, made available to researchers worldwide on Oct. 20, can act as a foundation in developing new strains of medical marijuana, as well as strengthen certain traits
This summer, pot enthusiasts from across the province will gather in Saskatoon for the first-annual Prairie Medicinal Cannabis Cup.
In Canada today, marijuana use and its perceived danger to society is considered a legal issue. But history reveals that marijuana prohibition isn't really about the effects of THC.