POT TV – The world-record setting 442-gram marijuana extract hotbox at The Kush Cup 2015 held at Mega Chill in Vancouver.
CANNABIS CULTURE - Health Canada has changed medical marijuana regulations to allow the production and distribution of marijuana oil and fresh bud. Find out what the new rules actually mean for patients.
CANNABIS CULTURE - Health Canada's half-baked response to R. v Smith won't significantly improve patient access to derivative medicines.
Pills and oils are approved, but smoking marijuana remains prohibited
Recent Supreme Court ruling ended ban on extracts, but licensed producers prevented from supplying them
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CTV News Channel: 'A fight against families' Plantiff Owen Smith discusses the ruling and says that the SCOC ruling will benefit those who are not responding to conventional medication. The case began in 2009, with the arrest of Owen Smith, the former head baker for the Cannabis Buyers Club of Canada. He was charged with unlawful possession of marijuana and possession for the purpose of trafficking, after police found large amounts of cannabis-infused olive oil and cookies in his apartment.
POT TV - Marijuana activist Marc Emery says there is no real danger to public health or the safety of young people. Potential misuse is 'very minor' but Health Minister Rona Ambrose says she is "outraged" by the Supreme Court of Canada decision that expands the definition of medical marijuana beyond dried leaves, to include cannabis oils, teas, brownies and other forms of the drug.
BREAKING NEWS CTV News Channel: The Supreme Court of Canada ruled today that medical marijuana users have a right to use marijuana in other forms such as cannabis oils. Check out the videos below. Definition expanded.
Medical marijuana users previously could only smoke dried cannabis legally