Medical marijuana patients in the Great White North will now face higher costs while being provided with a limited selection of cannabis.
Starting on April 1, Canada's 40,000 medical marijuana patients will no longer be able to grow their own weed. Instead, they'll have to turn to the big-time grow ops that are being built and regulated all across the country.
Matt Mernagh—the man who very nearly made weed legal in Canada—is challenging Robbie Ford for the mayor of Toronto. We talked to him about it.
A new program designed to turn Canada into a medical weed making machine will be great for the economy, but what about the cancer patients who need kush to ease their pain?