Being pardoned in Canada for a prohibition-era cannabis conviction does not only not mean a pass for entering the U.S., but could stand to make things worse for some.
Canadians have a lot to celebrate, as the country is now one of only a few in the world to legalize cannabis. But for those with pot possession convictions, they’ll still be waiting for the opportunity to even apply for a pardon
At just 23-years-old, Antuanette Gomez is a name to be recognized in the Canadian cannabis scene, having created a company that is dedicated to the sexual health benefits of cannabis.
Canada is set to legalize cannabis on October 17, becoming one of the only countries in the world to do so. But as America’s northern neighbor finally makes its stance on the notorious leafy green plant official,...