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Bill C-15 Flawed By Design

By Matt Elrod No matter your opinion of the Harper government, the Conservatives seem to think poorly of Canadians – and perhaps rightfully so. The Conservatives have been pushing a cynical, populist, “tough-on-crime” agenda since gaining office, and daring the opposition to stand in their way. The record shows that the Conservatives do not sincerely […]

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Review: The Union

By Jimmy Nguyễn Hoàng Duy Documentaries usually have the ability to put viewers asleep in the blink of an eye, unless they’re made with a focus on entertaining over informing. The Union: The Business Behind Getting High, has assembled the right ingredients to make a rare documentary that blends in-depth information with absorbing entertainment. Locally […]

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Team 420

GET IN THE GAME WITH TEAM 420 Getting active, getting involved, and getting high By Ted Smith Team 420 has a game plan—we want to get cannabis lovers playing games or sports, entering charities and tournaments, eating hemp food, wearing hemp clothes, and generally use cannabis as much as pos- sible. It will not be […]

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U.K. Update

High in the UK By Mark Knowles (aka Noddy420) High Hempos, Here’s an update from the UK, which already has worse prohibition laws than those that were in bill C-15. The cannabis movement in the UK has been driven very much underground with the constant bombardment of lies and misinformation spewing from the government and […]

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Veterans for Cannabis

Getting veterans involved in the liberation of cannabis By Dave Nelson To the military side of our family, there is a Veteran Affairs Canada new Charter of Rights. What does this mean for you? If you have completed basic training and have been honourably released, there may be some assistance for you. At the same […]

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The Decline of Islamic Hashish Culture

An excerpt from the forthcoming book Cannabis and the Soma Solution (Pt.1) By Chris Bennett Current Canadian and European Government attempts to link cannabis with schizophrenia through funded studies, have their historical predecessors in nineteenth century India and the Mid East, when Britain and other European countries tried to demonize the effects of indigenous cannabis […]

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CBCoC Bakery Raid

BY: TED SMITH Despite their humble appearance, cookies may bring big changes to the cannabis laws in Canada. On the surface, cannabis cookies look no different than any other. Legally, however, cannabis cookies create a complex problem that has huge medical and economic implications. Victoria police are tired of hearing about pot cookies; the public […]

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A NOTE FROM THE PUBLISHER

Ted Smith These are exciting times for those of us who have been working hard over the years to bring Hempology 101 to fruition. The transformation of our newsletter turning into this newspaper is one of many proj- ects that our group is involved with. Estab- lishing Cannabis Digest as a leading canna- bis publication […]