A case in Nova Scotia provides insight into how the use of medical cannabis is sometimes still perceived as an unconventional treatment despite having been legal in Canada for almost two decades.
In 2019, the Liberals plan a re-run of their campaign of 2015. The focus will be on women voters. The Liberal leader will contrast his "feminism" with the retro approach of the Conservatives.
As the implementation date of Bill C-45 approaches, different regions have different plans for the sale of recreational marijuana.
As marijuana is legalized by the federal government, it will be up to provinces to regulate how it can be used in some spheres. Ontario is asking: where can cannabis be used and who gets to decide?
Deep social change happens so slowly it looks like nothing is happening. The imminent legalization of (nonmedical) marijuana is a perfect example.
While new regulations governing the growth of medical marijuana provide a quick solution for the issue of reasonable access, they leave the tough questions for tenants and housing providers.
Canada has started the process to legalize marijuana. But what will this entail, especially for people currently in jail or with records related to marijuana?
Cities like Vancouver, Victoria and Toronto are experiencing a medical cannabis dispensary boom -- neon lights and all. What is going on? Why now? And are they legal?
On the campaign trail, Stephen Harper is repeating assertions that relaxing pot laws will lead to terrible things. But the real debate is whether we should decriminalize or legalize it.
'Citizen Marc' the new documentary about marijuana activist Marc Emery is an engaging and thoughtful film that ultimately asks "What do we want our country to be and what will we do make that happen?"