As of Thursday, it’ll be one year since recreational cannabis was officially legalized in Canada. In that time, our country’s new multimillion dollar industry has had both successes and obstacles as the world’s leader in cannabis.
Ahead of Oct. 17, we’ve put together a roundup of some of our favourite stories from the past year recognizing cannabis. So, if you’re curious about how to grow pot at home, smoke weed odourlessly or the impacts of cannabis on your dog and property values, we’ve got everything you need.
Read on to find out more.
Lots of people are considering growing their own pot at home to care for and cultivate as they please. But before you do, it’s important to know of every challenge that may come your way. Here’s what you need to know.
Now that you’ve considered all there is know ahead of growing your own pot, here’s how to set up your own personal cannabis garden.
If you’re a tenant, you’re probably curious as to whether or not you can smoke or grow cannabis at home. Our handy guide answers your most pressing questions on the topic.
Lots of people consider giving their dogs cannabis to treat anxiety but may not know the risks. Plus, your dog could accidentally get their paws on your pot. As a dog owner, it’s important to know the risk of canine cannabis consumption.
This fascinating story looks at the history of the fight to legalize cannabis in the city of Toronto, written by Matt Mernagh, the author of Marijuana Smoker’s Guidebook.
If you’re unsure about the rules surrounding how and where you can smoke cannabis in public, here’s everything you need to know.
If you’re brand new to growing your own cannabis, this guide will help you learn how in just a few simple steps.
One of the hardest obstacles in smoking pot at home is the smell. But this guide can help you learn how to do so almost odourlessly.
Curious about what home buyers really think about smoking cannabis at home? Well, this report tells you everything you need to know and the results are interesting.
The cannabis industry is booming, which means retailers continue to be excited about real estate prospects.