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  • Native American’s Culture and Religion

    By M. Allister Greene Less than 500 years ago, this land had tens of millions of people, from thousands of different cultures that lived from the Arctic to the tip of South America, and spread from one coast to the other, in every environment on these continents. We lived, we breathed, we fought, we loved, […]

  • EDITORIAL: Rolling Into 2011

    Andrew Brown Editor Happy New Year! This year should prove eventful for the cannabis movement, and we can only hope that the common sense switch gets turned on for our law makers and politicians. Bill S-10 is digging its teeth into the House of Commons after passing Senate in December. This is the single most […]

  • The Votes For Cannabis Law Reform

    Though Prop 19 didn’t pass, progress is still being made Stateside By M. Allister Greene In Nov. 2010, many voters went to their polls across the United States of America locking their arms with the somewhat faithful call for change. This was no different for many Cannabis supporters who wished to see reform in the […]

  • Hemp & Company—Eco-Fashion Making a Statement

    By Diane Walsh HEMP & COMPANY is a posh Canadian fashion store -featuring all ecologically friendly items – located in Victoria, B.C. on the popular tourist-stroll known as Government St. The store’s proprietors, Bill and Lorna Finley, are now proud to announce their own line, manufacturing clothing right in Vancouver, B.C. It is part of […]