Category: Humanize dont Criminalize

Trinidad and Tobago Still Stalling

Trinidad and Tobago Still Stalling

The debate rages in Trinidad and Tobago. Although, there seems to be far less of a debate and much more rhetoric about the decriminalisation, legalisation and abandonment of archaic and inappropriate laws. In an age where information is accessible to all and the world realising the significant loss humanity has faced by extracting the cannabis […]

Jamaica’s Global Domination

Jamaica’s Global Domination

The month of August saw significant growth and developments in the local cannabis industry. Apallon Formularies opened its doors as part of the current move to capture the Negril market. SENSI Medical Cannabis House, now the third dispensary/ herb house in Kingston, opened its doors on August 14th. The Government Minister presently driving the cannabis […]

Coming Out From the Shadowy Places

Coming Out From the Shadowy Places

“We have created a new, regulated, safer commodities industry in Canada that employs Canadians, creates jobs, growth and other opportunities in our communities and by displacing this business from criminal enterprise… we’re creating a new industry that will actually follow some rules, when there’s oversight, testing and accountability.” These were the words uttered by the […]

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