POT TV – WATCH as Pot.TV’s Carly Marley and Jeremiah Vandermeer travel to Nanaimo on Vancouver Island to explore and DAB on Sugarloaf Mountain!
POT TV – How can marijuana dispensaries fight back against the police raids? An interview with John Conroy by Pot TV Editor Jeremiah Vandermeer.
POT TV – The Police raids on Canadian Marijuana dispensaries continues. We talk to Rich Scott of Natures Source Society dispensary in Nanaimo about his arrest with 15 other dispensary operators by the local RCMP.
POT TV – Watch Cannabis Culture News LIVE for the latest news and views on pot politics and the marijuana community. In this episode: Nanaimo cops threaten to shut down medical marijuana dispensaries.
One of Vancouver Island's largest medical marijuana growing companies announced Thursday it is laying off 61 employees.
At a time when municipalities across Canada were fighting to restrict industrial-scale medical marijuana producers, Nanaimo did the opposite and has concluded in a new report the business has been good for both workers and city coffers.
Trial would be conducted by UBC researchers in Kelowna
In what’s believed to be the first pot recall in Canada, Greenleaf Medicinals of Nanaimo is telling its clients not to smoke the Purple Kush.
POT TV - Sensible BC Director Dana Larsen speaking about marijuana decriminalization at the Nanaimo stop of his British Columbia tour on Dec 9, 2012. http://SensibleBC.ca Larsen, a former BC NDP leadership candidate and co-founder of Cannabis Culture Magazine, is spearheading the Sensible BC ballot initiative campaign to effectively decriminalize cannabis possession in the province of British Columbia.
CANNABIS CULTURE - BC NDP leadership candidate Dana Larsen is a pioneer of pot politics. He's the first political candidate from one of BC's two major provincial parties to call for the full legalization of marijuana. He's the first politician ever endorsed by legendary filmmaker Tommy Chong. And now he's the first mainstream candidate to campaign across British Columbia at marijuana dispensaries and head shops.