Brendan Bures

Brendan Bures is the Culture Editor at The Fresh Toast.

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WATCH: ‘South Park’ To Tackle Canada Legalizing Cannabis And Vaping

Considering all the jokes South Park has made Canada's way in the past, we're sure this will be worth your while. 

MedMen Completes Largest Marijuana Acquisition In US History

This deal will nearly double MedMen’s footprint, helping them enter the Midwest market and significantly expand their hold on the East Coast.

Texas Lawmaker Optimistic About State Decriminalizing Marijuana

If you want to know why Texan cannabis advocates are confident you have to look across the aisle at state Republicans.

Netflix Addiction Is Real And Clinics Are Addressing The Disease

One man in India is being treated in the Service for Healthy Use of Technology clinic in Bangalore as the first “Netflix addict,” because he couldn’t control his vices.

Canadian Sketch Comedy Pokes Fun At Marijuana Worries At US Border

The long-running comedy "This Hour Has 22 Minutes" poked fun at four different types of Canadians crossing the border.

Silicon Valley Wants To Invest In Marijuana, Not Juuls And Nicotine

A New York Times feature broke down why Silicon Valley has drawn a moral line in the sand against Juul and other nicotine companies, and it basically has to do with their advertising practices and a belief they target teenagers.

Study: Just One Alcoholic Drink A Day Increases Risk Of Early Death

Scientists are now saying the “healthy” amount of alcohol could raise your risk of dying by 20 percent.

These ‘Game Of Thrones’ Stars Chill Out By Getting High In Bathtubs

To detox from long days being Sansa and Arya Stark, these actresses would wind down like the rest of us—smoking some weed and acting silly.

6 In 10 Americans Now Support Marijuana Legalization

This is the highest recorded statistic for American support of legalization from the Pew Research Center and similar polls like it.

You Won’t Believe How Many Americans Eat Fast Food On A Daily Basis

According to a report from CDC's National Center for Health Statistics, 36.6% of adults admitted to eating fast food in the past 24 hours.