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!
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POT TV - Cannabis activist and BC Marijuana Party candidate Mik Mann – also known as Opus – is back with his LIVE grow show on the Pot TV Network. On today's the show: it's the first time we're going LIVE from my kitchen due to extra room needed for guests. Prepare to be dazzled by the hit performing artists, The HICKS! The HICKS will be playing us some of their new MARIJUANA SONGS! Also: Justin Trudeau, legal pot or potty politics? ~ The activist road kit ~ Yankee Kops in Kanada? ~ Garden update ~ plus win free stuff! WATCH TODAY at 4PM Pacific
A Vancouver Island man who won an all-expenses-paid trip to the Super Bowl in New Orleans has been refused entry into the U.S. because of a marijuana possession conviction dating back to 1981.
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.
POT TV - Sensible BC Director Dana Larsen speaking about marijuana decriminalization at the Port Alberni stop of his British Columbia tour on Dec 6, 2012. Port Alberni activist and former BCMP candidate Mik Mann is also featured in the video. 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 - Activist Dana Larsen will bring the message of marijuana decriminalization to Vancouver Island from December 6 to 11 as part of the Sensible BC Tour.
Politicians across Vancouver Island supported a motion to decriminalize marijuana at the annual conference for the Association of Vancouver Island and Coastal Communities in Ucluelet.
A Vancouver Island man who was acquitted on charges related to hundreds of marijuana plants on his property could still lose his land, following a court ruling that dismissed his application to stop the government from seizing the property.
The owner of a medical marijuana compassionate club launched in Oceanside this week claims he is providing a much-needed service to the community.