Weed Legalization Is Boosting Police Budgets Across Canada

A new era of legal recreational marijuana in Canada is encouraging an expansion in law enforcement.


Here’s What Happens to the Black Market Now That Weed Is Legal

We spoke to dealers, cannabis farmers and edible bakers about their plans post-legalization.


A Third of Canadian Pot Users Have Never Actually Paid For It

But nearly one million Canadians say they have spent more than $250 on weed in the last three months.


We Asked People on 4/20 Where They Got Their Weed

One last 4/20 before the government becomes our drug dealer.


I Toured Vancouver In Search of Dispensaries That Give Away Weed on Your Birthday

A friend and I decided to sample Vancouver’s lawless weed culture before legalization changes it forever.


Ontario Plans To Sell Weed In a Handful of Government-run Stores

No one seems very happy with the move.


What to Expect in the Second Season of 'WEEDIQUETTE'

'WEEDIQUETTE' host Krishna Andavolu takes us through the topics the show's second season will be covering.


What's It Like to Be an Internet-Famous Stoner?

Stephen Payne is a 45-year-old guy from Canada who's become so famous for doing bong rips and dabs that he's sponsored by a weed company and has more than 90,000 YouTube subscribers.


In Defense of Poppers

The UK government just banned a ton of "legal highs"—including amyl nitrate, the popular party drug that's actually less dangerous than many alternative substances.


We Watched London's Weed Fanatics Getting Arrested in Hyde Park for 4/20

The annual celebration doubled as a cannabis legalization rally in the run-up to Election '15.


This Republican Congressman Is Trying to Keep the War on Weed Alive

According to Louisiana Representative John Fleming, if you smoke marijuana, you will get addicted or die.