The British public strongly supports the legalisation of cannabis, according to a new poll.
On Oct. 17, Canada becomes the second and largest country with a legal national marijuana marketplace.
People suffering from chronic pain, epilepsy, or nausea as a result of chemotherapy or multiple sclerosis will be among the first to be prescribed the drugs.
Travellers flying within Canada will be allowed to pack 30 grams of cannabis once legalization begins Oct. 17, transportation minister Marc Garneau announced Tuesday.
Jamaica has made its first shipment of medical marijuana extract oil to Canada.
South Africa’s top court says adults can use marijuana in private.
The Swiss government has backed easier access to medicinal cannabis, and even the right-wing Swiss People's Party, traditionally an advocate of total abstinence, seems to support making life easier for patients for whom it is proven the drug works.
All military personnel are restricted from using weed eight hours before going on duty, and 24 hours before handling or operating a weapon, servicing a military plane, parachuting or any other exercise or unit training.
Hemp cultivation for non-pharmaceutical could help revert desiccation of farm land.
While the United States and Canada are the countries making the biggest splashes when it comes to cannabis, there are other countries out there that are exploring expanding their marijuana laws and industry.