Ganjafest mission: To end the stigma surrounding marijuana through education, advocating for decriminalization of marijuana, promoting its medicinal and spiritual benefits and being a leader in the fight against government monopolization of the industry. The ganja Fest Family will be demonstrating a leadership role by bridging the gap between the public and the Marijuana Industry. We are calling on all local businesses, advocates, community leaders, educators and all supports of the movement towards ending the stigma. Join us and be a part of this premiere event focused on building a strong group of allies in the Marijuana Industry.
The Rastafari community has long ago declared Ganja their sacrament and has been calling it the “healing of the nation”. Rastafari people have been staunch advocates for the decriminalization and ending the stigma of Ganja. The plant’s medicinal and spiritual properties and uses are common knowledge in the Rastafari culture. The Ganja plant is a part if Rastafari culture, not solely for recreation, but especially for medical, spiritual, emotional, meditative and intellectual purposes.
Ganja is for all who seek its blessings. The Canadian Governments plan to monopolize the marijuana market can not properly provide for medicinal, spiritual or recreational users and it is taking away a massive economic opportunity from the community campaigned for decades for decriminalization and legalization.
TORONTO – – Ontario’s plan to sell and distribute recreational ganja exclusively through a network of government operated stores could lock in the dominance of the country’s large scale licensed marijuana producers and block weed craft growers out of the market, industry experts said Friday (CTV News).
This is a plan that puts the political establishment and government bureaucrats before the people of Ontario. It lays the foundation for big corporation to control the marijuana market at the expense of local farmers, craft producers and main street businesses.