Just because summer is coming to an end it doesn't mean it's the end of Potio season! Fall is a great time to get cozy outside and enjoy the leaves and colours of the season. If you’re a lucky Canadian who vibes with the outdoors and is from a 420-friendly household then hosting a potio party would be perfect. Potio parties are a great way for social circles to get together and share their love of cannabis.
Cottage weekends are the best; getting away from the city, a cozy cabin, camp fire smell, and the lake- all of the makings of a perfect, unplugged experience. For all of us elevated ladies it’s also the perfect opportunity to light up, and enjoy nature. Here are Canndora's elevated cottage essentials for your perfect weekend.
The Canndora team is excited to be partnered with Hotbox and Abi Roach on our #HotboxEdition. Abi Roach is an OG in the Canadian cannabis space, the owner of the famous Hotbox Cafe as well as other ventures through her company Hotbox Holdings.
While most people in the cannabis industry are eagerly awaiting next week’s Lift festivities, it might not be on every cannabis consumer’s radar. Well, it should be. Here are the top reasons you should check out Lift Toronto;
This spring Canndora is celebrating women and entrepreneurship with our new curation of cannabis products. Discover how the Fierce Founders Edition Box is elevating the unique lifestyle of women and cannabis.
In Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada on 420 you can celebrate all things cannabis and community. The Niagara 420 Expo will offer a large presence of exhibitors, educational seminars, guest speakers, manufacturers, and more!
Founded in Alberta, BRNT creates the perfect accessories for the cultured cannabis user. Each of their products is made by hand and is truly a work of art. Inspired by their minimal and innovative designs, we decided to partner with BRNT to create a rolling tray that is both beautiful and functional. It's available in our Summer 2018 Box
It’s important to note that cannabis weddings are nothing but classy. They don’t seek to perpetuate stoner culture, but rather tastefully include the appreciation and acceptance for cannabis within their ceremony and celebrations.