In a new feature on CBC, Allume creator and Breaking the Grass Ceiling co-host Camille Chacra weighed in on Canada’s budding cannabis industry and the ongoing need for more female-focused brands.
On this special 420 episode of Breaking the Grass Ceiling, co-hosts Camille and AD discuss the origins of the culture, legalization in Canada and stoner stereotypes, among other hot topics!
If you’re ensconced in cannabis culture, you may already know of the iconic Ladies of Paradise. For those who aren’t aware, you’re going to want to read ahead. Thank me later, kay?
Since day 1, “Breaking the Grass Ceiling” has been a labour of love. It all started this past fall, when a friend suggested we team up to launch a potcast to bring Allume to the next level.
One humid summer evening in June of last year, I begrudgingly made my way to a friend’s house party. I was having one of those days. Little did I know, it would be a crucial decision I’d never regret.
Extrêmement appréciée de ses clients pour son professionnalisme et son souci du détail, elle craint depuis toujours de se faire prendre. Et même lorsque les comestibles seront légalisés, elle devra continuer d’œuvrer dans l’ombre.
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An unassuming tourist could be so captivated by its magical charm that it wouldn’t ever cross their mind that Mendocino County is part of what is known as The Emerald Triangle, one of the largest cannabis-producing regions in the United States.