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Drug issue chases gold-medal snowboarder

Tuesday, January 26th, 2010

By Marsha Lederman The Globe and Mail Posted Monday, January 25, 2010 9:27 PM ET Ross Rebagliati’s 300-metre skateboard up the highway from Osoyoos yesterday was the closing of a circle for him; the restoration of his good feelings about the Olympics, just as they’re about to hit his home turf. “That was very, very [...]

14th Anniversary was awesome!!!!!!!!!!

Friday, September 11th, 2009

Almost twice as many people as last year came out to celebrate Hempology’s 14th Birthday. Like any good teenager,  we were outspoken and critical. With our government’s newest drug law looming into legislation, we took to the streets! The shops and tourists along Government St. came out to witness the spectalce, take pictures, honk and [...]


Monday, July 19th, 2004

With several important cases before the courts, the International Hempology 101 Society has decided to issue $25 CANNABONDS to pay for lawyer fees and other society expenses. Each CANNABOND will be exchanged by the society for 7 grams (¼ oz) of quality cannabis 3 months after the cultivation, trafficking and possession of cannabis laws are [...]


Tuesday, July 6th, 2004

Dr.Ethan Russo, Melanie Dreher, & Mary Lynn Mathre Pg. 118 The possibility of a “drug free society” is unrealistic. People seek and use drugs to feel better. Medications/drugs are not risk free, but the risks can be minimized only with accurate and readily available information on the harmful effects prior to their use. Compared to [...]


Tuesday, July 6th, 2004

CANNABIS DIGEST is a quarterly publication by the International Hempology 101 Society, which provides current legal, medical and political updates concerning the use, growth and supply of cannabis to those in medicinal need. CANNABIS DIGEST will focus upon the members and supporters of the Cannabis Buyers’ Clubs of Canada. The CBC of C mandate is [...]

Elvy Musikka

Tuesday, July 6th, 2004

Elvy Musikka is the only female-one of eight people in the United States of America-who are supplied medical cannabis federally. I had the great pleasure of meeting Elvy before the break for Christmas. She gave me more to think about over that holiday season than I care to think about most times. She gave me [...]

Member Profile by Kelly McPherson

Tuesday, July 6th, 2004

My name is Ian McArthur and I am 53 yrs old. At age 26, I graduated as a trained Chef in Vancouver. I moved to Victoria and began working as a Chef at the Oak Bay Marina. At that time of my life I was extremely agile and rode my bicycle everywhere. After 6 months [...]

Fifth Annual Cannabis Convention

Tuesday, July 6th, 2004

On Sunday March 14, the International Hempology 101 Society will host it’s Fifth Annual Cannabis Convention at Camosun College. The event is on the Lansdowne Campus in the Young building’s Gibson’s Auditorium from 1 pm to 4 pm and admission is free. This years speeches include: Michael Straumietis: Brian Taylor: Chris Bennett: Mathew Elrod: Brian [...]

Trial Dates in Victoria

Tuesday, July 6th, 2004

May 5-6 Raid of CBC of Feb 19, 2003 Scott Johnson and Ryan Fink May 26 Raid of CBC of Jan 3,2002 Ted Smith and Colby Budda June 16 Cookie giveaway of Nov 15,2000 Ted Smith June 28, 30 Raid ofCBCofMar 21,2002 Ted Smith Sept 29,30 U of Vic arrest of Nov 8, 2000 Ted [...]

Supreme Court Decision: R. v. Malmo-Levine; R. v. Caine

Tuesday, July 6th, 2004

Upholding Opinion: pp 3: Even if the “harm principle” relied upon by type appellants could be characterised as a legal principle, it does not meet the other requirements. First there is no sufficient consensus that the harm principle is vital or fundamental to our societal notion of criminal justice. While the presence of harm to [...]

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