Halifax’s anti-smoking revolution is all smoke and mirrors

The bold new law that won Halifax plaudits hasn’t cleaned up sidewalks still littered with butts. People puff where they please.

The latest trend in cannabis: ‘hauter’ cuisine

Microdosing and terpene-pairing are about to give a whole new meaning to the high in ‘haute cuisine’

The program whose students who report the highest marijuana use: Survey

For the second year in a row, drama students report using more marijuana than their peers in other programs

Reported marijuana use ‘higher’ at Canadian universities in 2019: Survey

In the annual Maclean’s survey, Canadian university students report more frequent use of marijuana

Puff luck: Provincial pot websites have hugely uneven supply and selection

Our survey of the sites found ridiculously irregular inventory across the country, reflecting problems in the market as a whole

Glass jar full of Cannabis Sativa

The beginner’s guide to opening a pot shop

The how-to you need to read before getting into cannabis retail

Defending the demon weed to John Diefenbaker

John Robinson was a normal teenager with bold ideas on pot legalization. But he was from a troubled home, got hooked and eventually came to a breaking point.

Michael Bloomberg is anti-Trump, pro-Canada and anti-marijuana

In Toronto, the potential Democratic presidential candidate also condemned the president’s comments on the Huawei case

Clearing pot charges from Canadians’ records would be a good start—but it’s not enough

Opinion: The Canadian government should explore reparations for people whose cannabis-related criminal offences have stopped them from fully participating in society

Comparison shopping in Edmonton, the temporary pot capital of Canada

Somehow the city rang in Oct. 17 with more legal pot shops than any of its Canadian counterparts. We paid them all a visit.

No recreational pot shops in Ontario? This place didn’t get the memo

Dozens of dispensaries on Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory are selling marijuana according to their own rules—and so far there don’t seem to be many

The next step for Canada: decriminalize hard drugs

Stephen Maher: Legalizing marijuana should lead Canada to tackle a more pressing challenge—ending the deadly and cruel war on drugs