Amanda Siebert | Writer
The New York Times
The Georgia Straight
Inside The Jar
The Dales Report
Where is amnesty in the federal government’s plan to legalize cannabis?
Patients decry looming cannabis tax
First Nations call on B.C. to consider reconciliation, traditional law in cannabis regulations
Terpenes: The powerful organic compounds in cannabis you don’t know about (1/3)
Terpenes: How the interactive synergy of compounds in cannabis creates the entourage effect (2/3)
Terpenes: What happens when these aromatic compounds in cannabis enter the body? (3/3)
Long-Form Series: Drug Advertising in Canada
Part I: A Prescription To Promote
Part II: Hawking Heavy Drinking
Part III: From Handcuffed To Hindered
Air Farce alumnus Alan Park healthy as ever after crushing cancer with cannabis oil
Cannabis softens landing for ailing seniors
Cannabis edibles offer alternative to hard drugs in the Downtown Eastside
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A contestant competes in the ‘best vogue” category at the Xxxpose Ball, hosted by The Bad Girls Club YYC at Dickens Pub in Calgary on Sunday, Jan. 25, 2015. Contestants walked, danced, and vogued their way to prizes in four different categories, which included icons of the runway, most bizarre, sex sirens, and best “vogueing” performance.
A group of men converse after lunch at Schezuan Sizzling Woks on the 900 block of Arch Street in Philadelphia’s Chinatown on Oct. 31, 2014.
Federal Liberal party leader and prime minister hopeful Justin Trudeau takes a ‘selfie’ with Liberal party volunteer Gerard Sinanan at a Team Trudeau rally at the Kerby Centre in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 5, 2015. Following his address, Trudeau spent over 30 minutes greeting his supporters, where he was subjected to many ‘selfies’.
Idriss Animashaun, left, grimaces after taking a punch from Damien DiMarco during the first and only round of their fight at Hard Knocks 38 at Markin MacPhail Centre in Calgary, Alta. on Oct 3, 2014. Animashuan submitted DiMarco by an arm bar and won the fight.
Manual Aragon, bottom, braces himself as he bears the weight of Giacomo Zanini, top, during the gold medal final at the Alberta Provincial Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Championships at Mount Royal University in Calgary on April 11, 2015. Zanini, a black belt from Vancouver, B.C., went on to win the gold medal in the medium-heavy division.
Autumn EagleSpeaker, manager of the Iyahrhe Stoney Nakoda Food Bank Society, chanted “Shame on Harper” while leading the Sisters in Spirit March through downtown Calgary towards Eau Claire Market on Oct. 2, 2014. EagleSpeaker was the M.C. for the event and has worked as an advocate for Calgary’s aboriginal community since 2001.
Oliver and Katherine Sinex watch a trout in one of the many aquariums at Bow Habitat Station’s fifth birthday party in Calgary, Alta. on Oct. 4, 2014. The event allowed children and parents to participate in various activities including fishing, feeding fish, arts and crafts, as well as full access to their river exhibits and theatre. (Photo by Amanda Siebert/The Press)
Justin Basra slams opponent Clay Dixon into the ground during their cage match at Hard Knocks 38, held at Markin MacPhail Centre in Calgary, Alta. on Oct. 3, 2014. Though there wasn’t a knock out or submission, Basra dominated all three rounds and was awarded the win by unanimous decision. (Photo by Amanda Siebert/The Press)
Stephanie English, right, pictured next to her daughter, cried as she spoke to attendees at Calgary’s tenth annual Sisters in Spirit March in Eau Claire Market on Oct. 2, 2014. English’s cousin, Rachel Quinney, was murdered by Thomas Svelka, aka ‘hockey bag man’ in Edmonton in 2004. (Photo by Amanda Siebert/The Press)
CALGARY – Judge Edith-Mary Smith examines Sylvester at the Chinook Country Cat Show, presented by the Calgary Cat Association at Frank McCool Arena on Sept. 14. Smith, who travelled from Manitoba for the event, has been a judge since 1988, and a member of the International Cat Association since its formation in 1979. (Photo by Amanda Siebert)
Two members of the Vancouver Police Department look on as members of the crowd smoke marijuana on the streets of Downtown Vancouver during the annual 4:20 celebration, held to promote the legalization of marijuana. Though they make their presence known, police officers don’t enforce possession or trafficking laws at the event, and are mostly concerned with the safety of attendees. (Photo by Amanda Siebert)
Guttermouth (Photo by Amanda Siebert/©SAITSA)
Blist (Photo by Amanda Siebert/© SAITSA)
Members of the Kathmandu Boxing Association participate in drills at Dashrath Stadium in Kathmandu, Nepal, as part of their morning warmup. (Photo by Amanda Siebert)
KATHMANDU, Nepal – A member of the Nepal Boxing Association checks his reflection before a sparring match at Dashrath Stadium. (Photo by Amanda Siebert)
Police officers lead protesters during a rally initiated by the Association for the Landless People of Nepal. (Photo by Amanda Siebert)
Competitors struggle to complete power lifts during the first round of heats at the 2014 Reebok Crossfit Games Open, held at Crossfit Calgary on March 1. (Photo by Amanda Siebert)
Students attend a relaxing heated yoga class on March 3. The class, held twice a week in the Campus Centre, is one of many that SAIT Recreation offers free of charge to students that hold a valid SAIT ID. (Photo by Amanda Siebert)
Skeleton athlete Grace Dafoe pushes off before the start line during the Alberta Skeleton Cup at Canada Olympic Park on Jan. 26. Born and raised in Calgary, 20-year old Dafoe took up skeleton after the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver and is pursuing a dream of representing Canada at the 2022 Olympics. (Photo by Amanda Siebert)
CALGARY – Punk rock band Guttermouth performed at the Gateway on March 15, 2014. Lead singer Mark Adkins and crew performed to a sold-out crowd. (Photo by Amanda Siebert)
Four primary school students watch a rally along a busy street in Nepal’s capital of Kathmandu. (Photo by Amanda Siebert)
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