Indica Season gives us a lot to be excited about (and be thankful for). Quiet moments to relax and cuddle up, lots of good, heart warming food, the marker of cannabis legalization in Canada, an opportunity to flex our creative side with Halloween, and much more.
Supporting the local communities in which we operate has always been a focus of ours. As we roll through the month and in the spirit of celebrating a more mindful Canada, we'd like to show how you too can support your local, Canadian cannabis community.
Now more than ever, we’re being challenged to evaluate what it means to be Canadian. July reminds us of our love for this country (there really is a lot to love) but also encourages us to reflect on our complicated history and the continued progress that we know we still need to make.
If you’re feeling anything like how we’ve been feeling in 2020, you could be on the hunt for a mood booster. We thought it would be helpful to share the strains that have been giving us the good feels recently.
No matter the time of year, self-expression is a key value for us here at Prairie Records. We’re constantly inspired by all of the creative, curious, and courageous people in our community. These folks show us everyday what it means to give all the fucks where it matters, and none where it doesn’t.
Tannis Miller is staying inspired by mixing things up. Here she shares some ideas about staying creative while staying isolated. Everything from photography, to music, to picking up new hobbies altogether.
Artist Manager Matt Maw is baking bread and playing Animal Crossing like the rest of us, but also taking a minute to reflect on the music industry and his place within it. Read Matt's story about change during this crisis.
There are but a few things we can contribute during these unusual days. Good vibes, and solid cannabis recommendations are some options we can readily bring to the table so that being said, here we go!
So here we are, a few weeks in to social distancing or social isolation, not knowing what news is coming next, or how this all going to play out. It’s about now when the angst starts to kick in like a stiff dread cocktail infused with productivity guilt (…plus the actual cocktails).
For the next two months, we’re shouting out how you can glow this season. We want to lift you up, share the warmth, and help you find strains that will give you the uplifting, cozy blanket feels to get through the season. Even if everything else is dreary af, you don't have to be. I’m not cold, you’re cold.
Yet, all this buzz about dry January got us thinking - why notdried January instead? Sounds way nicer from our POV and honestly, despite all these new products, we still got love for our favourite flower. So, dried January - you in?
Pride Week is upon us here in Saskatoon and as the general manager of a new business to the city I am happy to report my new business is embracing the opportunity to be part of the entire community that falls underneath the LGBTQ+ rainbow.
Cannabis affects the brain in such a way that we perceive time to be moving slower than it actually is. This gives us what feels like more time to listen to a given sequence of music and process it, hearing "the space between the notes
We’ll cut straight to the point – if you’re smoking the same strain all the time and not feeling it like you used to, that’s no surprise. The reality is, your cannabis tolerance can become dull over time for a few different reasons: how frequently you consume, the variety of your consumption, and the quality of your cannabis.