The City of Vancouver spent over $170,000 to police two 4/20 events last month, up by 72 percent from last year's cannabis protest.
Shop owners at THC said this weekend's clearance is simply a way of "paying it forward" to loyal members.
Some might consider it one of the greatest pranks of all time: serving marijuana-infused treats to unsuspecting figures of authority.
A recent poll has revealed some interesting data about Canadians' feelings towards cannabis legalization.
Before the ban was imposed, officers searched the vehicle and a 12-pack of beer in the trunk with nine unopened bottles.
Weeds Glass and Gifts and Lotusland Cannabis Club had both requested to sell medical and recreational marijuana.
We've heard of cannabis being used as an effective replacement for opioids, but new research conducted in Vancouver has shown that it can also help people control their use of crack cocaine.
As health minister in the former Conservative government, she kiboshed efforts to prescribe heroin to Vancouver addicts who didn't respond to other treatments.
New Brunswick is leading the charge in laying the groundwork for a profitable industry in that province, viewing legalization as an opportunity to bolster its lackluster economy and create more jobs.
Congrats, Mr. Goodell. These dubious claims make you the Straight's first-ever roach of the week.