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De-stigmatize 1 picture at a time

De-stigmatize 1 picture at a time

The cannabis industry has evolved considerably quickly, especially in Canada, since legalization was enacted October 20, 2018. About 20% of the underground market has been diverted to legal and regulated sources. With provinces slowly integrating ways to support their...
Cannabis & Counterculture: A Stylistic History

Cannabis & Counterculture: A Stylistic History

One subgroup historically known for using cannabis? ‘Hippies.’ Originally a counterculture emerging from the political climate of the 1960s, ‘hippies’ represented things like peace and love, as well as a radical change in fashion and in politics. However, those deemed...
Cannabis Community Activism: Annie MacEachern

Cannabis Community Activism: Annie MacEachern

When it comes to the cannabis industry, activists are sometimes are overlooked with the community being saturated with new legal and ‘grey market’ businesses. One activist, Annie MacEachern, is making waves in her local community on Prince Edward Island, and the...
Women in Weed: Meet Angelina Blessed

Women in Weed: Meet Angelina Blessed

Angelina Blessed is an inspirational Muaythai fighter with a knack for baking and educating, living by her motto: “Train. Treat. Repeat.” With 10 years training and fighting as a Muaythai fighter in Canada and Thailand, as well as being the first Canadian...
Flowers that can help cannabis grow

Flowers that can help cannabis grow

If you’re planning to grow cannabis at home as the ACMPR now allows, you might want to think about complementary plants. Here are 7 flowers that you can plant safely alongside your home grow cannabis garden that will also help your plants flourish. Chamomile Most of...
5 ways industrial hemp can help the environment

5 ways industrial hemp can help the environment

Industrial hemp has many practical uses and has been used for thousands of years. Hemp for nutrition Of course there are many high protein alternatives, but hemp is one of the best proteins to eat. Unlike other proteins like soy and quinoa, hemp does not cause soil...