Category Archives: travel

A Complete Tourism Guide to Portland’s 2018 Cannabis Scene

Portland, Oregon is a mecca for cannabis lovers everywhere. One of the first places to legalize and decriminalize the magic herb, it was the home of the first cannabis cafe to open in the US (RIP World Famous Cannabis Cafe) and houses the country’s first CBD cafe, too. Unlike our friends in Canada who nearly […]

From Point A to B: How to Transport Cannabis by Car

It’s clear that it’s illegal, across Canada, to consume cannabis while you’re driving, or to drive under the influence of cannabis. What is less clear is how you can safely–and legally–transport cannabis in a vehicle, and these laws, and the interpretation of those laws, can vary by jurisdiction. In Newfoundland and Labrador, for example, several […]

Snoop Dogg smokes a blunt in front of the White House to protest Trump

(photo courtesy Wikimedia Commons) Snoop Dogg recently visited Washington, D.C. to display his own special form of peaceful protest. The legendary rapper and cannabis aficionado was relaxing in a D.C. hotel on Tuesday before declaring on Instagram that he “just got the urge to get up and go to the White House and do some […]

Koreans Could Face Criminal Charges for Using Cannabis in Canada

In late August, the Korean Customs Service, via The Korea Times, released the following statement regarding cannabis legalization in Canada: “It will still be illegal for Koreans to smoke marijuana in Canada or anywhere else. Koreans who return here after using the drug could face criminal charges.” This week, they doubled down. “Weed smokers will […]

Toronto airport warns travelers not to take ‘free weed’ from trash bins

(via Wikimedia Commons) Cannabis may now be legal for adults in Canada, but that doesn’t mean that anyone can take weed ditched at Toronto’s Pearson Airport. Although adult use and possession of marijuana became legal throughout Canada last week, transportation remains illegal across country borders. That reason is why airports like Pearson have set up […]

South Korea warns traveling citizens not to smoke weed in Canada

Canada has turned into a vacation destination for anyone interested in trying legal cannabis, except for South Koreans. “The law for the legalization of cannabis use for leisure will be in effect throughout Canada starting tomorrow. Even in the legalized area of cannabis, please note that if the citizens of Korea smoke [including purchase, possession […]

Canada is reportedly running short on legal marijuana

(Photo via Flickr.com/cannabisculture) Canada is running dry on cannabis just days after the country historically legalized recreational marijuana for adult use, reports CBC News. Dubbed as “Weed Wednesday,” many dispensaries opened as soon as midnight struck on Oct. 17. However, many shops such as THC Distribution in Portugal Cove-St Philip’s ran out of product just […]

Your Guide to Lincoln City, Oregon Dispensaries & Cannabis Hotspots

Planning a trip along the Oregon coast? Cannabis isn’t always easy to find out here, but this guide to Oregon’s coastal cannabis dispensaries will make it a breeze. Explore your cannabis options by city or plan your road trip through each city for the full experience. A third of the way down Oregon’s coast on […]

Your Guide to Coos Bay & North Bend, Oregon Dispensaries & Cannabis Hotspots

Planning a trip along the Oregon coast? Cannabis isn’t always easy to find out here, but this guide to Oregon’s coastal cannabis dispensaries will make it a breeze. Explore your cannabis options by city or plan your road trip through each city for the full experience. While North Bend and Coos Bay are different towns, […]

Burning Man to sue feds over setting several traffic stops

(via Wikimedia Commons) Burning Man organizers are fuming over a series of traffic stops slowing down vehicles coming to visit their annual celebration. The festival organization has threatened to file a lawsuit against top federal agencies for setting up several nearby traffic checkpoints throughout the duration of Burning Man, reports the Reno Gazette Journal. “It […]