New apparel line seeks a PARDON for convicted Canadians

With recreational cannabis use becoming legal this month, a new clothing and accessories line is supporting approximately half a million Canadians who received minor convictions for possession under the old laws. Developed by B.C.-based licensed cannabis producer DOJA in association with Toronto agency Juliet the new PARDON line is comprised of six products:  T-shirts, sweaters, a stash bag, a candle, a one-hitter and papers. Prices for the products range from $10 to $60, with 100% of the proceeds going towards Cannabis Amnesty – a non-profit organization working to have the…

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vineyard vines Kicks Off Whales For A Cause Campaign In Partnership With Simon & Schuster And First Book

vineyard vines has announced the debut of their annual Whales for a Cause campaign. In partnership with renowned publisher Simon & Schuster and First Book, the nonprofit social enterprise dedicated to educational equality, the campaign will provide brand new books to kids in need. To participate, people are encouraged to put their creative spin on vineyard vines iconic whales. The whales can be collected in-store or downloaded at vineyardvines.com, colored in and then shared on social media with the hashtag #WhalesForACause through October 21. For each hashtag shared a book…

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