The easiest way to get to Nova Scotia is to be born here. For everyone else, it’s a journey. You know what? Montreal, London, Brantford, Windsor, Mississauga, Ottawa, Vancouver do not reflect village life in Nova Scotia. Your local grocery store will not be stocking three brands of cherry peppers,
OTTAWA ONTARIO – Dana Larsen is from Vancouver, owns two marijuana dispensaries, is the author of four books and a prior editor of Cannabis Culture Magazine. He is on a multi-city Canadian tour with a mission to discuss marijuana in terms of it’s history, legislation, adherents and critics.
Ottawa Ontario – In a nationally coordinated raid today, Cannabis Culture marijuana dispensary stores were singled out and attacked today. The Ottawa store was assaulted around 11 AM. At least five people including Marc Emery, Jodie Emery, Chris Goodwin, Erin Goodwin and Britney Guerra were kidnapped and are being held
Ottawa Ontario – Deep in the brightly lit heart of the nation’s capital a Canadian underground blossoms into a Green Spring as marijuana business and politics continue their awkward and dramatic dance. Cannabis Culture opened another marijuana dispensary at 319 Bank Street in Ottawa on February 23rd that sells
Ottawa Ontario – Electrical power was knocked out Wednesday afternoon until late in the evening in the 900 block of the Woodward Avenue industrial park and some of the surrounding area. Near 3 PM a middle aged man driving a white contractor’s van accidently struck the guy wire supporting an electric utility pole.
Don Briere owns Weeds Glass & Gifts, a chain of over 20 marijuana dispensaries located in many cities through out Canada. He once went to jail for operating over 30 grow-ops using 77 thousand high pressure bulbs. Currently he signs many cheques, employs over a hundred people, and requires receipts
Ottawa- Ottawa’s first mini-marijuana Expo and Reefer Madness party was a success despite torrential downpours. Wayne Robillard calls out door prizes for ticket holders. Wayne Robillard’s super top secret location hosted over a hundred people through the afternoon and evening. Darcy D.J. provided the music, free copies of Skunk