Students at Centennial College and members of the community are coming together to discuss a taboo topic – cannabis. The plant became legal in Canada back in 2018, and there are still loopholes with the…
The cannabis black market is still active in Toronto, despite legal stores opening across Ontario on Monday.
While Toronto waits for marijuana legalization on Oct. 17, one doctor in East York is already taking action.
A pot shop opening half a kilometre from a school has created an irrational amount of fear in parents and a platform for Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne to get more votes.
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne is suggesting marijuana be sold at the LCBO when legalized. Wynne says that it “makes a lot of sense” to use the distribution system that the province already has in place.
He was wearing a plaid shirt and dark denim jeans with his hair sleekly combed back. When he’s not helping youths find housing or work, Naz Shaheed, 21, enjoys smoking marijuana regularly.