Original cannabis journalism for Canadians

Her(b) Life magazine aims to bring the feminine cannabis experience to Canadians

To glance quickly at the cover, the first volume of Her(b) Life looks a lot like any other women's periodical, and that's no mistake.

By: Solomon Israel

North Dakota petition pushes pot legalization

Christopher Ingraham

Supporters of marijuana legalization in North Dakota have submitted more than 18,000 signatures to the secretary of state in support of a measure that would fully legalize the drug, well above the 13,452 signatures required to put the question on the November ballot.

Like a recent successful medical marijuana measure in Oklahoma, the effort has largely flown under the radar, with no financial backing from national drug policy groups such as the Drug Policy Alliance and the Marijuana Policy Project. And like in Oklahoma, North Dakota is a deep red state that hasn’t voted for a Democratic presidential candidate since 1964.

Highly irregular

Lornet Turnbulland Katie Zezima

Health Canada 'concerned' by pot sponsorship

David Friend, The Canadian Press

Ottawa's plan to recover weed-regulating costs with hefty fees catches industry off guard

Solomon Israel


Dear Herb: I'm legally allowed to buy medical cannabis. Does that mean I can grow my own?

In B.C., you'll be able to grow it — but don't show it

Proponents of mass-produced cannabis edibles frustrated by regulatory delay that will keep products off shelves

Solomon Israel

Farmers see green in new federal hemp regulations

Solomon Israel

Dear Herb: I'm licensed to grow medical cannabis. Can I also grow four plants for recreational use?

Legal cannabis libations

Pot education campaigns mostly for youth: feds

Solomon Israel 

Big Tobacco is jealous of legal cannabis packaging

World News

Energy, pot stocks pull Toronto market lower

Ian Bickis, The Canadian Press

Toronto medical officer of health wants all drugs decriminalized

Liam Casey, The Canadian Press

Health Canada 'concerned' by pot sponsorship

David Friend, The Canadian Press

B.C. says cities can regulate pot on farm land

Laura Kane, The Canadian Press

VANCOUVER - Local and Indigenous governments in British Columbia will be permitted to prevent marijuana production in their communities on land that is part of the Agricultural Land Reserve, but with conditions.

Pediatricians grapple with requests for cannabis

Cassandra Szklarski, The Canadian Press

B.C. signs agreements with producers to supply pot

Laura Kane, The Canadian Press

VANCOUVER - British Columbia has announced the companies that will supply recreational marijuana after legalization this fall, boasting its stash will feature an "exclusive and competitive" assortment of products.