Archive for October, 2009
http://www.allvoices.com/contributed-news/4506851 WILL A HEMP-TEXTILE ECONOMY EVER BE ON THE HORIZON IN BRITISH COLUMBIA’S ECONOMIC FUTURE? By: rockthatboat This is an example of woven dish towels (originally from France) and now … News Source: Lower Island News, edition-October/November 2009 WILL A HEMP-TEXTILE ECONOMY EVER BE ON THE HORIZON IN BC’s ECONOMIC FUTURE? Independent Journalist Diane Walsh [...]
International Hempology 101 Society For Immediate Release Tues, Oct 27, 2009 Victoria, B.C.: A small, medical grow-op has turned into a huge headache for Kevin Wilde and his landlady, thanks to Langford RCMP and city council, highlighting why the Marijuana Medical Access Regulations are dysfunctional and why cannabis needs to become legal. Kevin was arrested [...]
Celebrate the 8th year of International Medical Day proclaimed by the Mayor of Victoria Come and see the local Art contributed by our members and friends in the community
http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/ottawa-will-expand-prisons-to-suit-tough-crime-laws/article1325821/ ILL CURRY OTTAWA — From Friday’s Globe and Mail Published on Friday, Oct. 16, 2009 12:00AM EDT Last updated on Monday, Oct. 19, 2009 3:48PM EDT The Conservative government has doubled the budget for prison construction and maintenance as it prepares federal institutions for an influx of inmates resulting from its suite of new [...]
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International Medical Marijuana Day (IMMD) The History: November 15, 1994; Fourteen people including Elvy Musikka (featured in the 2nd edition of Cannabis Digest) were invited to Washington D.C. to take part in a demonstration outside the White House, the first conceived International Medical Marijuana Day. Why November 15 was chosen is still a mystery. The [...]
MUN has adopted more lenient punishments for residence students in possession of illegal drugs (Photo: Adam Dietrich) Last month, Newfoundland’s Memorial University reviewed and revoked its zero-tolerance policy on drugs because many students found the policy unfair, according to the MUN student union.
Island pot harvest ‘best ever’ 2009 was a bumper year for marijuana Dustin Walker, The Daily News Published: Friday, October 09, 2009 http://www2.canada.com/nanaimodailynews/news/story.html?id=b5fe0d0d-a09a-4046-b786-9dc311a22ba4 This was the “best year ever” for outdoor marijuana crops on Vancouver Island, with both growers and Mounties hauling tens of thousands of plants out of the forests. Although the west coast [...]
http://www.vancouversun.com/news/Senate+trains+sights+second+Tory+crime+bill/2083066/story.html Senate trains sights on second Tory crime bill By Janice Tibbets, Canwest News ServiceOctober 7, 2009 The Liberal-dominated Senate, a day after rewriting a Harper government crime bill, signalled that it will alter another piece of law-and-order legislation that would automatically jail drug dealers and marijuana growers for the first time in Canada. OTTAWA [...]
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