The Battle for Green

The Battle for Green

Opioids killed more than 10,000 Canadians in the last three years. But relief is in sight. Mounting evidence suggests cannabis can be an effective alternative for prescription pain killers and even fighting opioid addiction.

Life after 29

Life after 29

When Ally woke up with a sudden pain in her knee, she wasn’t sure what it was. Her first instinct was to blame it on ageing. She was almost 30 and figured a few discomforts here and there were probably normal. But it was a chronic disease.

Legalization: Good For Some, Not For All

Legalization: Good For Some, Not For All

There are many gaping holes in the legalization process. The most vulnerable populations are the ones falling through the holes. Canadian regulators need to recognize that the rules leave a lot of people lacking access to cannabis.

Relief After 36 Years of Chronic Pain

Relief After 36 Years of Chronic Pain

Sarah from British Columbia understands what it means to hurt. She has Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS) and has suffered from severe chronic pain her entire life. But once she tried cannabis as a way to treat that pain, the results were monumental.