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The New York Times
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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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Yoga instructor Shannon Cluff guides practitioners through upward dog pose.
The Block’s Jennifer Mackay takes pride in her store’s excellent shoe selection.
Markella Mildenberger makes wallpaper designs based on her handrawn and painted artwork. (COVER SHOT)
DJ O Show recently celebrated the three-year anniversary of her DJ company. She was also awarded the Aboriginal Entrepreneurship award for her efforts in the industry.
Wu-Tang Clan’s Raekwon the Chef rocks his new line of VanCity-specific clothing at DIPT Boutique in Downtown Vancouver.
Marc and Jessica Blacquiere are Jerk In the Can, two hairdressers at Uptown Barber who moonlight as Vancouver’s weirdest (and most fun) alternative band.
John Bishop and staff recently celebrated the 30-year anniversary of Bishop’s Restaurant in Kitsilano.
Artist Leanne Christie poses with her paintings of Vancouver in her East Van studio. (COVER SHOT)
Evan Doan of Doan’s Craft Brewing Company stands beneath his own likeness in a mural painted in Doan’s tasting room.
Chef Pino Posteraro of Ciopinno’s Mediterranean Grill and Entoca in Vancouver.
Jimmy Kilippert plays his favourite accordion in Harmony Lane, his music shop located on 17th Ave. S.E. in Forest Lawn on Saturday, Feb. 21, 2015. Klippert plays nearly a dozen instruments, and also teaches lessons out of his shop, which he opened in 1972. His shop has arguably the largest and most impressive accordion collection in Calgary.
Off the Rail Brewing Cormpany’s Steve Forsyth poses for a portrait in his East Vancouver tasting room.
Saad Chemali, 31, has worked in Forest Lawn for five years as a mechanic at Canadian Auto Shop. Chemali, who was born and raised in Calgary to Lebanese parents, says he’s thinking of moving Forest Lawn.
Johanne Molloy rests against a 1940s era hairdresser’s chair in Jayson’s Corner, the antique shop that she and her husband Jayson have owned and operated since 1994.
Joe Wood, 67, is a bookbinder, but in his spare time — “every Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Friday,” he says — he bowls with friends and is a volunteer bowling coach with the Youth Bowling Club at Paradise Lanes in Forest Lawn, where he has bowled for over 30 years. Though he lives elsewhere in Calgary, he says he still comes back to Paradise Lanes for the friendly community atmosphere.
Tattoo artist Sean Barry poses for a portrait outside Philadelphia Chinatown Eddie’s on Nov. 1, 2014. Barry, who has been tattooing for 25 years, works at Philadelphia’s oldest tattoo shop, which first opened in 1952. (Amanda Siebert)
Ian Fretts throws a punch at Mike Miles Muay Thai gym in Calgary on Oct. 7, 2014. Fretts has been practicing Muay Thai for six years and is only two levels away from obtaining his black belt. (Photo by Amanda Siebert/SAIT Polytechnic)
Nolan Semenoff is the drummer of Calgary punk band The Reckless Heroes. Semenoff and his band mates live and work together, and recently released their first full-length studio album, called ‘Losing Faith in Everything’. (Photo by Amanda Siebert)
CALGARY – Members of Heigh River Josh Ramos, Gerry Datahan, Forrest Eaglspeaker, Jerrick Dela Rosa, and Kyle Donauer pose for a group shot behind the Below Deck Tavern in Downtown Calgary. (Photo by Amanda Siebert)
CALGARY – Members of Heigh River brave the cold behind the Below Deck Tavern on March 30, 2014. (Photo by Amanda Siebert)
From left to right, Josh Ramos, Kyle Donauer, Forrest Eaglespeaker, Gerry Datahan, and Jerrick Dela Rosa reminisce behind the Below Deck Tavern, where they prepared for many shows in a similar fashion. (Photo by Amanda Siebert)
NORTH DELTA, B.C. – Fred is a full-time employee at Trailer Wizards, where his daily routine consists of inspecting, welding, and repairing semi trailers. (Photo by Amanda Siebert)
David Y.H. Lui is accompanied by three ballerinas from Vancouver’s prestigious Goh Ballet in the Performing Arts Lodge in Coal Harbour, Vancouver.(Photo by Amanda Siebert)
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