VCBC May 2023 Updates & Announcements

We filed a lawsuit against the province. The VCBC is well known for its long standing work as a voice for patients who use cannabis as medicine.  On May 2nd 2023 we filed for an injunction against the province and filed a constitutional challenge in a lawsuit against the province “in response to the three […]


VCBC Reflections on the Medical Cannabis Access Survey Summary Report – April 4th, 2023

“Medical Cannabis Access Survey Summary Report”  April 4th, 2023 Developed collaboratively by Lynda G. Balneaves, Ashleigh Brown, Matthew Green, Erin Prosk, Lucile Rapin, Max Monahan-Ellison, Eva McMillan, Jonathan Zaid, Michael Dworkind, and Cody Z. Watlinghttps://www.medicalcannabissurvey.ca/ Review By Jacqueline KittelVictoria Cannabis Buyers Club Introduction On April 4th 2023, we had the opportunity to listen in on […]

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VCBC Reaches out to Premiere after 3rd Raid.

March 30th, 2023 The fight for an acceptable medical cannabis program continues as the Community Safety Unit (CSU) raids the Victoria Cannabis Buyers Club (VCBC) on March 23, 2023, for the third time since cannabis was legalized in 2018.  The past raids occurred in November 2019, and then again in June 2020.  This third raid […]

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Victoria, BC MP Laurel Collins Supports the VCBC

For Immediate Release November 16, 2022 Victoria, B.C.:  Another strong letter of support for the Victoria Cannabis Buyers Club to get an exemption from the Cannabis Act has come from the Victoria federal Member of Parliament, Laurel Collins. The VCBC has been advocating for an exemption from the Cannabis Act for years in order to […]

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VCBC Responds to BC Public Consultation Re: Opioid Epidemic

The Select Standing Committee on Health is examining the ongoing overdose and drug toxicity crisis. As part of this work, the Committee is inviting British Columbians to give their input on the following areas: Government Response: What actions should government take to address the ongoing overdose and drug toxicity crisis? Improving Care: How should government and institutions […]