Original cannabis journalism for Canadians

The cannabis oil boom

Cannabis statistics nerds, rejoice! Health Canada has unveiled its latest data on Canada's legal medical marijuana program.

Cannabis bill passes Senate vote after day of fiery debate

Solomon Israel

Health Canada to spend nearly $50M a year regulating legal cannabis

Dylan Robertson

A self-described rookie wants to try cannabis after legalization. What to buy without "looking dumb?"

The Leaflet

Warning: Cannabis health warning messages may lead to debate


Feds propose restricted pot labels, packages

Geordon Omand, The Canadian Press

Do Canadians still support legalization? Survey says...

Cannabis apps help users through the confusing maze of strains

Solomon Israel

Dear Herb: We have so many questions about growing cannabis at home!

Saskatchewan sets legal age for cannabis at 19

Ryan McKenna, The Canadian Press

Pot producers look to next level of 'green rush'

Armina Ligaya, The Canadian Press

Ontario's future cannabis monopoly meets Doug Ford

MLL puts out official call to legal weed suppliers

Solomon Israel

World News

Cannabis tax windfall will take time: Alberta premier

The Canadian Press

B.C. man pleads guilty in U.S. drug ring case

Gene Johnson, The Associated Press

SEATTLE - A Canadian man who ran a helicopter-based drug-smuggling ring years before Washington state legalized marijuana pleaded guilty to a conspiracy charge Thursday, after fighting his extradition to the U.S. for much of the past decade.

Alberta spending more, but deficit slightly lower

Dean Bennett and Colette Derworiz, The Canadian Press

Some highlights from the Alberta budget

The Canadian Press

EDMONTON - Alberta's NDP government tabled its 2018-19 budget Thursday. Here are some of the highlights:

Calgary weapons suspect now charged with manslaughter

The Canadian Press

CALGARY - A Calgary man who was originally charged with weapons trafficking linked to a homicide investigation now faces two counts of manslaughter.

Senate approves cannabis bill in principle

Joan Bryden, The Canadian Press