Marijuana

Stirring the legalized pot

Panel discusses Canada's choices in the long-standing drug debate, promoting the status quo, legalizing only marijuana and legalizing all drugs.Continue...

LCBO announces Kingston as one of 14 cities to have first legal marijuana shop

By July 1, 2018, Kingston will be one of the first cities in Ontario to open a recreational marijuana dispensary.

On Nov. 3, the Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO), which will manage...Continue...

Universities need to prepare for marijuana legalization

With or without the law on their side, young Canadians already use recreational marijuana. Still, when marijuana legalization comes into effect, Canadian universities need to have a policy in...Continue...

Q&A with Kingston & the Islands MPP Sophie Kiwala

Liberal MPP Sophie Kiwala (Kingston & the Islands) sat down with The Journal for a Q&A about the Ontario government’s many recent policy endeavours.Continue...

Queen’s researchers lead study on young people’s health

Queen’s researchers have found a correlation between the health of young Canadians and relationships with family, school, peers and community.Continue...

Homegrown medicinal marijuana

There may be an increase in DIY greenhouses in the coming months as the federal court cuts into current medical marijuana laws.Continue...

Drug bust in the University District

After an undercover police investigation, two current or former Queen’s students have been arrested with charges related to trafficking ecstasy and marijuana in the University District.Continue...

Legalizing Mary Jane

Now that we have a prime minister who’s ready for change, Canadian politics can move away from touting the idea that marijuana is “infinitely worse” than tobacco and focus on legalization.Continue...

Anti-pot ad just fear mongering

Health Canada’s anti-marijuana campaign was little more than a poorly disguised political ploy.Continue...