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Vacationing in Canada: a guide to legalization for travelers - updated
by Jennawae McLean on 10/12/18
Ontario

Popular Destinations:  Toronto, Ottawa, Niagara, Kingston, Prince Edward County, Muskoka

Vibe:  Super diverse cultural melting pot with lots of lakes and wine as well as cities and fine dining!  Toronto is one of North America’s largest cities and is sort of like Canada’s New York (but arguably friendlier).  In fact, the cost of film production in Canada is much less than the United States, and many popular shots of “New York” in movies are actually shot in Toronto.  Head north of Toronto to enjoy super the super posh cottage region of Muskoka.  Head west and find yourself at one of the wonders of the world and one of our wine regions—Niagara Falls.  Head east and you’ll hit another wine region, Prince Edward County along with a lot of farmland along the way.  Keep going east and you’ll hit Kingston (where I’m from) and Canada’s oldest city.  If you still want to day trip you can go even further east and hit our country’s capital, Ottawa, and you can thank our Prime...

Esmeralda, la diosa verde de los aceites faciales
by Laura Rueda on 03/12/18
Little has been said about cannabis as an ingredient in body cosmetics, but from the other side of the pond a trend is emerging and we are following it. Esmeralda Deep Moisture Glow Oil is presented in the market as the green goddess of facial oils. Its soothing formula provides deep hydration and instant absorption.

Natural vegan cosmetics
Herbivore Botanics have also realized the properties of...
Vacationing in Canada: A guide to legalization for travelers - Updated
by Jennawae McLean on 29/11/18
Newfoundland and Labrador
Popular Destinations: St. John’s, Cornerbrook, Gros Morne, Gander, Twillingate, Bonavista, L’Anse Aux Meadows.
Vibe: Super friendly with super weird accents! Canadians call this place “The Rock” and it definitely lives up to it’s name with coastlines as far as the eye can see! The accent is part of a local dialect that is a mixture of Irish, English and Scottish and...
Nights, un festival que reflexiona sobre la vida nocturna
by Laura Rueda on 28/11/18
If some time ago they had told us that there would be a festival dedicated exclusively to debating nightlife, we would not have believed it. But times change and a few years ago NIGHTS arrived, and it has just celebrated its fourth edition in Brussels, after stopping at Padua and Berlin. This festival aims to recognise the necessary role of nightlife in each city and the life of each citizen....
Mila Jansen, la reine du haschich
by Laura Rueda on 20/11/18
When Mila Jansen arrived in Holland, amazingly, there was no marijuana in the country yet. It was the year 1955. That is why the first thing she smoked at the end of 1964, at the age of twenty, was hashish and from then on she never tried anything else because it became her favourite drug. Her autobiography, published in 2018, is entitled How I became the queen of hashish. An exciting personal...
4 de cada 10 canadienses decidirá su punto de compra según el precio
by Laura Rueda on 15/11/18
The legalization of recreational cannabis is already a reality in Canada. Until normalization in society begins to speak for itself, the global market research and consulting firm based in Paris, Ipsos, has conducted a survey on the consumer habits of Canadian citizens.
Price will be decisive in choice between legal or black market
Four out of ten Canadians confess that it will be the price of...
Helpmeplease, culture pour visibiliser les problèmes sociaux
by Laura Rueda on 18/10/18
October brings solidarity and combat to Granada with the return of the HelpMePlease Cultural Benefit Festival. This edition, the theme chosen is "trafficking for the purpose of sexual exploitation", a social problem that unfortunately is still very topical. Throughout the month and throughout different areas of the city, events of different artistic disciplines and dissemination campaigns will be...
Pourquoi en Espagne et en Italie on mélange la marijuana avec du tabac?
by Laura Rueda on 17/10/18
I had to travel to the Netherlands to realize that the ritual we have in Spain to roll a grass cigarette is not the usual one in other parts of the world. "Are you Italians?" Asked the waitress. "No," we replied, "we are Spanish." "It doesn’t matter, Italians or Spaniards, it is forbidden to mix cannabis with tobacco inside the coffeeshop", he made sure that we were clear and when we nodded our...
"El cannabis me permite que la creatividad llegue en toda su plenitud", entrevista al artista Dunkees
by Laura Rueda on 11/09/18
We discover the art of Dunkees in the documentary The Legend of 420. “I'm an artist, a creator. Cannabis allows me to kind of melt away all the distractions.”
The forcefulness and confidence of his words in front of the camera caught our attention. And the knowledge that he showed with the plant when it came to working inspired us to write to him. His answers come from across the pond, from...
- ACTUALIZACION - Expogrow presenta el cartel completo de su séptimo Festival de Música
by Orders Kannabia on 07/09/18
The Italian España Circo Este and the Portuguese Algazarra complete the lineup for the seventh Expogrow Festival of Music. These last two groups join the four artists already confirmed: El Canijo de Jerez, Bombino, and the two French groups Deluxe and Demi Portion. The concerts will take place on Friday 14th and Saturday 15th of September.
*The International Cannabis Show will take place in the...
Un viaje fantástico. Breve historia de la marihuana en Chile
by Laura Rueda on 04/09/18
A fantastic journey. A brief history of marijuana in Chile and the world is the new book by journalist Marcelo Ibañez. It is a historical essay in favour of the regulation of the marijuana plant in Chile. From this country dates the first cannabis plantation in 1550, it is the first place in Latin America where a crop is documented. The author recounts many truths and myths surrounding the plant...

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