Why I work at the pot shop: Medical marijuana saved my life, says Weeds staffer
  • City of Vancouver Licensing Approval

    February 20, 2016

    We are thrilled to announce that we are one of eleven dispensaries in Vancouver to move into stage three of the dispensary-licensing program by the City of Vancouver. We are now moving into the development permit review portion of the process. This is great news for our Vancouver patients. We have many big plans for […]

  • Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson weighs in on vapour lounge

    February 15, 2016

    If there were any doubt where Mayor Jim Watson stood on the city’s first “vapour lounge”, which opened on Montreal Road recently, he put it to rest on Wednesday. “I’m not impressed with it at all,” Watson told reporters after Wednesday’s council meeting. Read more on Ottawa Citizen

  • Ottawa marijuana vapour lounge BuzzOn to reopen soon, says owner

    February 14, 2016

    Ottawa marijuana vapour lounge BuzzOn to reopen soon, says owner Despite opposition from elected officials, the medical marijuana business in the Ottawa area seems to be booming on all fronts with two vapour lounges opening up so far, the launch of the Tweed growing facility in Smiths Falls and the Hydropothecary in … Read more on […]

  • Oregon Medical marijuana dispensaries to start collecting 25 percent tax

    February 5, 2016

    Medical marijuana dispensaries to start collecting 25 percent tax House Bill 2041 authorized the tax that begins in January, and the rate is in effect for dispensary sales until December 31, 2016. Toward the end of the 2015 Legislative Session, marijuana taxation shifted from the grower level to the point of sale. Read more on […]

  • A members-only cannabis cafe has been quietly operating in Halifax

    February 4, 2016

    A members-only cannabis cafe has been quietly operating in Halifax for the … Owner Chris Henderson says the High Life Social Club, located on Spring Garden Road, is a place to relax and enjoy cannabis. “For adults, where people can come and bring their own cannabis and use it here freely,” he said. “In a […]

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  • Providing cannabis products to people with permanent physical disabilities or diseases since 1996. Locations in Victoria, BC and Halifax, NS v-cbc.ca CBCNews Head baker at B.C. pot dispensary not guilty of trafficking The head baker for a medical marijuana dispensary in Victoria, B.C., has been found not guilty of possession and trafficking. Owen Smith was charged in 2009 and admitted to making marijuana cookies and pot-based creams for medical marijuana users. However, an earlier court ruling found the law governing baked marijuana, which limited medical marijuana users to smoking pot only, is unconstitutional. At a hearing on Thursday, the Crown decided against presenting any evidence against Smith, so the B.C. Supreme Court judge declared him not guilty. Ted Smith, the former head of the Cannabis Buyerse Club of Canada, says the Crown canet retry Owen Smith.