cannabis

High expectations: the best ways to enjoy legal weed

With all of its strains, concentrates and taboos, trying cannabis—the term for weed or marijuana used by the Canadian government—for the first time can be daunting.Continue...

City votes in favour of private cannabis retailers

Private cannabis retail stores are coming to Kingston after Tuesday’s City Council meeting.Continue...

Japan, Korea and China tell students lose pot or face legal risk

China, South Korea, and Japan want their international students to just say no.Continue...

Kingston residents deserve transparent cannabis rules

Hazy cannabis regulation means Kingston residents and students can’t be expected to follow unclear rules.Continue...

University won’t allow smoking cannabis on campus, except for medical purposes

All recreational smoking and vaping of cannabis on campus will be prohibited after its legalization in Canada on Oct. 17.

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Health Canada's cannabis plan allows for informed decisions

Health Canada’s latest investment in its cannabis public education strategy promotes a sustainable and healthy relationship between young people and the drug.Continue...

Queen’s park catch-up

After a chaotic leadership election, Toronto businessman and former city councillor Doug Ford won the Ontario Progressive Conservative leadership race on Saturday night.Continue...

University to strike working group addressing cannabis legalization

On Nov. 1, the Ontario Liberal government announced its proposed Cannabis Act which, if passed, would regulate the sale of cannabis in Ontario by July 1, 2018.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...