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Published: Wed, 26 Apr 2017 09:04:52 -0700

Last Build Date: Tue, 25 Apr 2017 19:10:02 GMT


CN BC: Column: B.C. Leaders Lie Low On Legal Highs Ahead

Thu, 20 Apr 2017 07:00:00 GMT

Penticton Herald, 20 Apr 2017 - Campaigning provincial politicians have dozens of changes in mind for B.C., but they are scarcely talking about the major adjustment that's coming, regardless of who wins the election. For all the competing visions being outlined by provincial leaders, the federal government's move to legalize marijuana is going to be the single biggest revamp on the social and political scene.

CN ON: It's High Times For T.O.'s Only Purely Pot Lawyer

Sat, 15 Apr 2017 07:00:00 GMT

Toronto Star, 15 Apr 2017 - It's 'exciting being involved in a lot of the action,' says Paul Lewin after feds move on legalizing weed Toronto lawyer Paul Lewin jokes that he has been "ranting and raving" about the evils of drug prohibition for years but no one, outside the cannabis community, paid much attention to what he had to say.

CN ON: Jodie Emery's Marijuana Mission In Life

Thu, 13 Apr 2017 07:00:00 GMT

NOW Magazine, 13 Apr 2017 - The queen of Canada's movement to legalize marijuana has not been afraid to cultivate her undeniable girl-next-door charm - or invite controversy - for the cause. And now, an escalating series of police raids that have shut down the Cannabis Culture chain Jodie Emery types eagerly on her iPhone. "This is a good one," she says. We're barely a minute into our interview at a small Ethiopian restaurant near the gay village, and she's on Twitter calling out Toronto police. It's absurd, she says, that they're spending resources raiding marijuana dispensaries with legalization just around the bend. Where the TPS is concerned, Emery can be forgiven for seeming a bit spiteful. It's just shy of three weeks since she and her husband, Marc Emery, who's riding shotgun tonight, were arrested at Pearson International Airport (on their way to a marijuana expo in Spain) and slapped with a string of marijuana-related offences - 15 for him, five for her, ranging from trafficking to possession of the proceeds of crime to conspiracy - after raids on their Cannabis Culture stores.

CN ON: Pot Legalization May Provide Spinoffs

Sat, 01 Apr 2017 07:00:00 GMT

The Daily Press, 01 Apr 2017 - TIMMINS - A boom in the marijuana industry could lead to economic benefits for Northern Ontario communities. That's according to players in the medical marijuana industry and Alan Spacek, the mayor of Kapuskasing. His community is waiting for word from Health Canada on whether or not Canassist will be able to set up shop there.

CN BC: Pot Advocate Preaches At Prestige

Fri, 17 Mar 2017 07:00:00 GMT

Nelson Star, 17 Mar 2017 - POT ADVOCATE PREACHES AT PRESTIGE He wants people to plant cannabis in public places. Notorious pot activist Dana Larsen was in Nelson on Tuesday evening, and during his talk at the Prestige Lakeside Resort he distributed envelopes that included Ziploc bags containing CBD-rich cannabis seeds.

CN ON: Brantford Police Shut Down Prince Of Pot

Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 GMT

Brant News, 23 Feb 2017 - Cannabis activist Marc Emery opens marijuana dispensary in city, police shut it down days later While his wife Jodie Emery was at Parliament Hill in Ottawa lobbying in defence of marijuana dispensaries, Canada's best-known pot activist Marc Emery - also known as the Prince of Pot - was in Brantford protesting the shutdown of Cannabis Culture on Colborne Street West by Brantford police.

CN BC: Column: Drug Talk Still Important

Fri, 14 Oct 2016 07:00:00 GMT

The Morning Star, 14 Oct 2016 - Welcome back to a new school year. A very important discussion that needs to take place in your home is the old drug talk. Parents play a key role in reducing teen substance abuse. More than half of all Canadian kids will try drugs at least once between Grades 1 and 12, but many will choose not to experiment. Please talk openly with your child about substance abuse and set a no-use rule for all drugs and alcohol. Remember, with the advent of newer drugs like fentanyl talking to our kids about illicit drugs is more important than ever.

CN ON: Column: Baldasaro Was King Of The Political Fringe

Fri, 10 Jun 2016 07:00:00 GMT

Hamilton Spectator, 10 Jun 2016 - The City's Texture Is Dulled by the Passing of One of Its Most Colourful Characters This city's election campaigns will never be the same without Michael Baldasaro, who sadly died this week at age 67 after a brief bout with cancer.

CN ON: Baldasaro Dies, City Loses Its High Priest Of Pot

Fri, 10 Jun 2016 07:00:00 GMT

Hamilton Spectator, 10 Jun 2016 - 'True champion of Hamilton': mayor Hamilton's own prince of pot and effervescent candidate for political office is being remembered as a kind and colourful soul dedicated to making his city a better place.