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Learn About Cannabis In Canada

P.A.C.E Radio is hosted by Al Graham.

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The Canadian based P.A.C.E. Radio Show broadcasts once a week. The show features Canadian activists who are advocating cannabis education. They also focus on latest Canadian cannabis news. The P.A.C.E. Radio Show makes it a point to feature the Canadian cannabis musicians, The Killin’ Time Band. The P.A.C.E. Radio Show is sponsored by BMA Hydroponics Belleville out of Ontario Canada. It’s where people go to learn how to grow. BMA is a family owned and operated business. They have decades of experience and know-how to keep your garden growing.


Meet the hosts.


Al Graham is Canadian cannabis advocate. He has been dealing with Crohns Disease for over ten years. He has worked as a writer for the Canadian cannabis publication, Treating Yourself Magazine. Al is also the spokesperson for the Ontario Canada based advocacy group, People Advocating Cannabis Education. Al is the host of P.A.C.E. Radio.


Debbie Stutlz-Giffin is a wife, mother and grandmother. She  received a Sect. 56 exemption from the Health Minister in 2000. This allows  her to grow and possess cannabis for medicine. She was also a litigant in Hitzig v. R. in 2003. Debbie is an occasional joint host.


Owen Smith has worked for the past 5 years as a writer and graphic designer. In 2012, he lead a successful constitutional challenge to allow medical cannabis extracts to be sold in British Columbia.


Alison Myrden suffers from multiple sclerosis. She is a cannabis patient advocate who wants to see an end to the drug war. As a former law enforcement member, she is involved with the group L.E.A.P. (Law Enforcement Against Prohibition).


Enjoy this FREE MP3: It Doesn't Make Sense - by The Killing Time Band.