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Replay Of Waiting To Inhale In Duncan

By admin | December 4, 2010

Monthly movie nights hosted by the International Hempology 101 Society are coming to Duncan. Giving into peer pressure, the International Hempology 101 Society will be returning to The Showroom in the Duncan Garage on Monday Dec 13 for another showing of WAITING TO INHALE followed by a question answer period. Bad weather stopped many from attending at the first showing on Nov 24.

Produced in the US in 2005, WAITING TO INHALE is the first full length film to focus upon medicinal cannabis issues.

Hempology 101 has sponsored movies in other venues and early next year we hope to feature monthly films at the University of Victoria, the University of British Columbia, the Vancouver Island University, Gabriola Island, Courtney and Duncan. As the cannabis industry matures, more new films are being produced around the world every month, while old favourites will draw out people more interested in the culture than the politics.

Based out of Victoria, the International Hempology 101 Society has been educating the public about cannabis and prohibition since 1995. We offer a free, non-credit lecture series at the University of Victoria, which is available live on-line and recorded for youtube and publish a free newspaper, the CANNABIS DIGEST.

The International Hempology 101 Society works closely with the oldest medical cannabis provider in the country, the Cannabis Buyers Clubs of Canada.

A panel of individuals will answer questions from the audience after the film. Topics of interest will likely range from the Marijuana Medical Access Regulations, medical dispensaries and how to make edible or topical cannabis products.

Money raised will be used for the legal defence fund of the Cannabis Buyer’s Clubs of Canada, based in Victoria, B.C. Last Dec the bakery of the CBC of C was raided, leaving Owen Smith with charges of 2 charges of possession for the purpose of trafficking cannabis and THC. With two of the best lawyers in the country on job, John Conroy and Kirk Tousaw, victory is almost assured, but it will cost an estimated $100,000 to pay for the trial. The preliminary inquiry is scheduled for May, 2011.

The Showroom is located at 201-330 Duncan Street. Admission is $5 and the movie starts shortly after 7pm. More details about the movie are available at For more information see or contact Ted Smith at 250-381-4220 or

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