Tag: Vancouver

  • Grow Your Assets: IP for the Cannabis Industry

    (this is a sponsored post) Grow Your Assets – Intellectual Property for the Cannabis Industry: Are you Ready? Thurs. Feb. 21 in Richmond BC Approved by the Law Society for CLE credits.  Have you ever wondered if you can patent your cannabis infused macaroon recipe? Or perhaps you have designed the world smallest CO2 extractor […]

  • 3rd Annual Cannabis Hemp Conference & Expo

    The 3rd Annual Cannabis Hemp Conference & Expo takes place on May 6th and 7th at The Nest, at the University of British Columbia. It promises to be Canada’s largest Cannabis Conference, bringing in “a comprehensive gathering for patients, consumers, health-care professionals, environmentalists and industry experts.” Last years CannabisHemp Conference was my favourite cannabis event of 2016. I recorded […]

  • VIDEOS from the 2016 International Cannabis Business Conference

    If you didn’t attend the 2016 ICBC (International Cannabis Business Conference) in Vancouver BC, you missed some fascinating speakers on the cutting edge of the international cannabis movement. Thankfully, Canlio sponsored me to make the following series of videos, giving those unable to attend an opportunity to watch and learn. The Cannabis Entourage Effect; Cannabis and Addiction; and […]

  • International Cannabis Business Conference coming to Vancouver

    This summer has seen more Cannabis Conventions, Meetings, Conferences and Expo’s than any other in the Canadian past. The promise of cannabis legalization has everyone from the consistent consumer to the prospective producer humming about its potentials. While the Canadian government Cannabis Task Force is preparing to release it’s recommendations, there is still little more than […]

  • The 2016 Spirit Plant Medicine Conference

    Cannabis, specifically THC, is among a class of plant compounds that is commonly demonized for its mind altering effects. Our understanding of the effects of psycho-active plant molecules on our minds is greatly under-developed due to the criminal prohibitions on their use and study. With cannabis leading the way into legal regulation and acceptance, other psycho-active […]

  • 6 Reasons Victoria’s Dispensary Bylaws Are Better Than Vancouver’s

    Ted Smith Last year the city of Victoria announced it would follow the lead of Vancouver in licensing medical cannabis dispensaries soon after the big city declared their intentions.  However, the final bylaws that Victoria will soon be passing are quite different than the ones in Vancouver.  In several important areas the city of Victoria […]

  • Vancouver Cannabis Hemp Conference Coming Soon

    Register Now at cannabishempconference.com July 9th and 10th at the Westin Bayshore in Vancouver Ted Smith We are entering the most exciting era of the Canadian cannabis culture; there has never been a more important time to network and share our knowledge of this incredible plant. Last summer I had the pleasure of speaking at an […]

  • Cannabis Conventions Build A Brighter Future

    Grassroots Developments: Cannabis Conventions Build A Brighter Future Ted Smith We are entering the most exciting era of the Canadian cannabis culture; there has never been a more important time to network and share our knowledge of this incredible plant. Last summer I had the pleasure of speaking at an awesome conference in Vancouver hosted […]

  • Cannabis Plants, Like Cats, Require Minimal Regulation

    Be It Resolved That Cannabis Plants, Like Cats, Require Minimum Levels of Regulation, If Any: A Ramble on Regulations Judith Stamps Imagine a group of city planners and cannabis medicine specialists, designing a system for patient access. Because the oldest compassion clubs are, to date, the best available authorities on medical cannabis and community liaison, […]

  • The Lift Cannabis Forum: Banishing the Prohibition Monsters…Maybe

    Judith Stamps Last Thursday evening, November 12th 2015, it was my privilege to attend a forum on the future of cannabis in Canada, planned and hosted by Lift, a web-based, independent communications hub established in 2013 by Tyler Sookochoff and directed by David Brown.  The forum, held at UBC’s downtown campus at Robson Square, was […]