Terry Roycroft, the head of Vancouver-based Medical Cannabis Resource Centre Inc., a private organization that provides guidance on medical use of cannabis, has been speaking to seniors for several years about marijuana. But what he’s seeing now is care homes and seniors centres proactively reaching out and requesting information sessions.
Medicinal Cannabis Resource Centre president Terry Roycroft tells us where he see the use of cannabis in health and medicine going. We look at the possible uses, treatment and research we could see in the next decade.
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The legalization of cannabis consumption for recreational use does not mean an employee can be impaired at work.
Two months since cannabis legalization, Canada is still working out some kinks, namely with supply, enforcement, and those who say the fight isn't over yet.
Although the purchase and consumption of cannabis for recreational purposes is now legal in Canada with the passing of the Cannabis Act, it is important to remember that it
The federal government recently issued its intent to study the effects of minor cannabinoids and terpenes to investigate their effectiveness for treating pain.
Epidiolex, the first cannabis-based medication approved by the US Food and Drug Administration, is now available by prescription in all 50 states. The twice-daily oral solution is approved for use in
A full-page advertisement in Tuesday's print edition of The Wall Street Journal sounded a siren of alarm to an audience of one. "Dear Mr. President, We need your help!" the open letter to President Do
Day one of Canadian cannabis legalization is officially in the rearview, and what might be seen as a very successful first day, was certainly not met without challenges. As expected, the demand for ca
A guide to the types of legal cannabis products available to buy and use in Canada
Here are the key moments in Canadian history that have brought us to where we are today: leading the world in cannabis reform.
CTV News Channel: What impact will this have? Terry Roycroft, president of the Medicinal Cannabis Resource Centre explains what the decision means to the people who have a license.
On October 17, everything changes. That’s the day the manufacture, distribution, possession and use of cannabis in Canada becomes legal nationwide.
While adult use cannabis' legal status is governed on the federal level, many details are left to the provinces. Explore our province-by-province breakdown of cannabis regulations coming into effect on October 17, 2018.
In Canada, where marijuana will soon be legal nationwide, is now treating cannabis as just another crop. Canadian officials have decided that the country’s cannabis farmers are eligible for federal fu
The company says it has more than 130 locations across the province that it plans to leverage to enter the cannabis space
Beer, wine, and spirits producers getting into the cannabis industry is bound to make headlines as alcohol, despite being banned federally for a few
Town of Osoyoos Council has voted in favour of allowing only private cannabis retail outlets to operate in the community and prohibiting government-op.
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If you admit to a U.S. border officer that you've smoked marijuana in the past, you will be barred entry for life to the United States, one immigration lawyer says.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the use of a drug derived from marijuana for the first time Monday, giving the go ahead to treat two rare forms of epilepsy with the compound cannabidiol
The legal status of cannabis in the U.S. is still extremely difficult to decipher and looks as though it could be changing shortly. This has left a large amount of room for other markets to develop su
Canada will be only the second country in the world to fully legalize marijuana