Original cannabis journalism for Canadians

Cannabis across Canada

How to buy, use, store and grow your pot in every province and territory

By: Wendy Sawatzky, Solomon Israel and Graeme Bruce

Ottawa to expedite pardons for simple cannabis possession

Dylan Robertson

Cannabis retailers struggle to meet demand

Armina Ligaya, The Canadian Press

Business booming as Winnipeggers line up for legal cannabis

Carol Sanders

Cannabis prices across Canada

Wendy Sawatzky


Canada now world's largest legal marijuana marketplace

Rob Gillies And Gene Johnson, The Associated Press

MacIsaac first in line for legal weed in Cape Breton

The Canadian Press

How to roll a joint

Jen Zoratti

Liberals face pressure to wipe pot records

Kristy Kirkup, The Canadian Press

Delta 9's getting its joint ready for big day

Solomon Israel 

High time to talk pot

Doug Speirs

Well, kids, the big day is finally here.

Ready or not, we've legalized pot


Correction: Five things about what's legal in new pot law

The Canadian Press

World News

As Canada legalizes pot, other countries likely to follow

Gene Johnson, The Associated Press

SEATTLE - More than two dozen countries have relaxed their marijuana or other drug laws, and a number could consider legalizing in the not-too-distant future. The South American nation of Uruguay was first to legalize marijuana in 2013, and Canada became the second on Wednesday. Here's a look at other nations that could be influenced by Canada's legalization:

Group warns of marijuana health risks

Amy Smart, The Canadian Press

VANCOUVER - A coalition of groups concerned about the health risks associated with marijuana is calling legalization a "dark day for Canada."

Albertans line up for legal cannabis

Chris Purdy, The Canadian Press

Hundreds line up as Quebec pot stores open

Morgan Lowrie, The Canadian Press

Winnipeg police issue ticket for consuming pot in car

The Canadian Press

Winnipeg police issued a ticket on the first day of cannabis legalization.

Some pot dispensaries remain open for business

Ian Bickis, The Canadian Press

TORONTO - As tens of thousand of Ontarians purchased cannabis through a government website on Wednesday, some users in Toronto preferred getting their pot from unlicensed dispensaries that remained open despite the threat of criminal prosecution.