The challenges and triumphs of medical cannabis patients are as unique as the individuals facing them, but our stories tell a shared message: We all deserve a better quality of life- and better access to it too. We believe in and understand what medical cannabis can do for your health, your healing process and, the well-being of the wounded mind and body.

Medicinal My Way prioritizes the voices of patients and empowers individuals to be positive ambassadors of medical cannabis. We want patients to be the change-makers and the conversation leaders at all levels of Canadian government.

Every story will help to lead the conversation about medicinal cannabis within Canada and also to change it. When a story is shared, we are not only furthering our commitment to an issue, but renewing our commitment to thousands of patients who are part of the struggle for better healthcare, their way.

Your voices are not only the most important to the medical cannabis conversation but also the inspiration for thousands across Canada. Thank you.

This is where your stories, and your advocacy, will support our movement. Share Your Story

I was hit by a drunk driver in 2014. At the time there were no “serious injuries” thankfully but in the months and even years that followed I have dealt with the effects of a concussion, pain and weakness in my left side (where I was hit) which resulted in further injuries. I’ve also been in ongoing treatment for pressure and fluid buildup on my brain and spine affecting my visio...
When the wear and tear of decades of training for sports caught up to me 10 years ago I had to go on disability. Currently, I have had 10 related surgeries, had a rod put in my femur, a plate and artificial joints in my foot, 5 bulging lumbar discs, stenosis of the cervical spine and spondylosis of the sacrum. Along with osteoarthritis through every major joint even simple things like pulling my p...
My doctor prescribed cannabis to me two years ago and it has worked wonders! I don’t have internet at home so I go to my oldest daughter’s place and she helps me order when I need to but I also got set up at a dispensary for patients so I can get what I need on my own. I like talking with the staff too about the different products that could work for me. If it’s closed for good, I’m really...
I have esophageal and liver cancer and I am highly dependent on cannabis oil to alleviate pain and nausea. I have relied on a medical dispensary in a nearby community to get my medication often, especially this season when poor weather has delayed mail. With my symptoms, I can’t afford to run out or wait for my meds to be shipped to me. Last week, mail deliveries were delayed again because of ba...
A Cannabis patient since 2014. Registered with 6 Licensed Producers and sampled 8 to this day. I’ve have some the worst time with getting a doctor to sign. They have all the refer madness slogans for us. When I did get a doctor to sign it wasn’t my doctor, it was a Skype doctor. Not that I had the funds anyway…a disability of $840 had to be given up for meds each month while my b...
I am a former professional hockey player who was prescribed Cannabis over 6 years ago from Parkwood Hospital to treat Neuromuscular Disease.  Athletes For Care #A4C stands tall behind you for the rights for Tax Free Medicine.  It’s Absolutely ridiculous the Canadian Government and Municipal Governments are taking this stance profiting off the backs of Sick Canadians!  There are patients on Lo...
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While retail solutions for recreational cannabis are rolling in, medical cannabis patients are being cut off from the same kind of in-community access. Medical dispensary closures are leaving patients at risk and without alternatives to the current mail-order system.

There IS a solution. Contact your councillors today tell them that patients deserve better!

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