Original cannabis journalism for Canadians

Canada's legalization of pot edibles another global social experiment

This October, cannabis-infused edibles will be fully legal on the Canadian market.

By: Sylvain Charlebois and Janet Music

Feds give cash to help B.C. police on drug driving

Laura Kane, The Canadian Press

Pot 'legalization 2.0': Social equity becomes a key question

Jennifer Peltz, The Associated Press

Pot producers await licences for outdoor grows

Armina Ligaya, The Canadian Press

Room for improvement in provincial cannabis messaging for youth, researchers say

Solomon Israel


Dear Herb: How many CBD cannabis plants can I legally grow?

CannTrust sees green in outdoor cannabis production for extracts

Health Canada changes pot licensing process

Armina Ligaya, The Canadian Press

Shortage of popular CBD products in Canada

Laura Kane, The Canadian Press

Requiem for expungement: A parliamentary post-mortem with Murray Rankin

Canada's cannabis use rate up slightly post-legalization, stats show

Solomon Israel

Toronto man launches human rights complaint over Ontario's cannabis laws

Solomon Israel

What will it take to make cannabis beverages popular?

World News

Pot backers ask Maine to put locals, small businesses first

Patrick Whittle, The Associated Press

Michigan AG: Lame-duck ballot drive law is unconstitutional

David Eggert, The Associated Press

Canopy to buy skin-care company This Works

The Canadian Press

Feds give cash to help B.C. police on drug driving

Laura Kane, The Canadian Press

Plan to create special pot banks moves forward in California

Adam Beam, The Associated Press

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Shut out of the traditional banking system by federal laws, the country's largest legal marijuana market in California could benefit if the state approves a measure creating a special class of banks to handle pot money.

Trudeau's climate action plan strikes a chord

Hina Alam, The Canadian Press