POT TV - Friends and loved ones of medical marijuana activist Michelle Rainey attended the unveiling of a bright-red memorial bench on the Fraser River at Kanaka Park in Maple Ridge, BC on January 19th, 2013.
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CANNABIS CULTURE - Friends of Canadian medical marijuana activist Michelle Rainey celebrated her life and work, and dedicated a beautiful memorial bench in her honor at Kanaka Creek in Maple Ridge, BC on Saturday.
CANNABIS CULTURE - For the latest news on Marc Emery, CCHQ, and Canada's cannabis community, watch new episodes of The Jodie Emery Show each week on Cannabis Culture. In this episode: Jodie remembers medical marijuana activist Michelle Rainey, who passed away one year ago.
CANNABIS CULTURE - October 20th marks one year since Michelle Rainey's passing. Michelle was a well-known Canadian medical marijuana activist and Marc's right-hand woman for many years. She used cannabis throughout her life to alleviate the suffering from Chron’s Disease and, later on, cancer.
CANNABIS CULTURE - June 14 is the birthday of medicinal marijuana activist Michelle Rainey, who tragically lost her battle with cancer on October 20th, 2010. She would have turned forty years old, and is survived by her beloved husband JefTek. Her activism career began with Marc Emery in 2000 and she became a major part of his organization in the following years.
CANNABIS CULTURE - Marijuana Man returns to Pot-TV with a new double episode of The Grow Show, where he brings viewers up to date on events since his last show and discusses his fight with US authorities as one of activist Marc Emery's co-accused.
CANNABIS CULTURE - Friends of Canadian cannabis activist Michelle Rainey held a memorial tribute in her honor at BC Marijuana Party Headquarters on Thursday, October 28. Hundreds tuned in to our LIVE webcast to remember Michelle and celebrate her life.
My good friend Michelle Rainey died on Oct.20th, 2010. Everyone is taking their turn sharing their Michelle Rainey memories in honor of her amazing and wonderful life and her significant contributions to the medical marijuana movement. I have my own memories to share …
I knew Michelle Rainey for about 10 years. We first met in 1999 when she started working for Marc Emery. I was living at Marc's house on the Sunshine Coast at the time, it was a very busy place with many people staying, coming and going all the time. Marc was looking for a housekeeper, someone to buy groceries, make meals, clean up and keep his household running smoothly.
I cried all day long at our Cannabis Culture Headquarters yesterday, seeing our friends come by to share hugs and try to come to terms with the loss of Michelle Rainey, who succumbed to cancer on Wednesday, October 20th. I couldn't stop the tears and my heart ached. I'm just so sad she really passed away. When I got home, I bawled my eyes out and couldn't stop crying for hours. I'm still crying today.