The Puget Sound Business Journal recently interviewed our founder Maryam Mirnateghi about the challenges facing the cannabis industry during the COVID-19 crisis. We have attached a screenshot, but if you want to read the entire article please click here. The Puget Sound
Cannabis growers and retailers are still operating despite the economic shutdown caused by the Covid-19 shelter in place orders nationwide. The cannabis industry has been categorized as "essential" by state laws just like grocery stores and gas stations, but is
We like to claim that Tyler is our sponsored athlete, but really we are just partners on a similar mission. That is to live by our passions and follow our dreams. In Tyler’s case he is an amazing skier and
The other day the staff at Canna West was treated to a lunch of Seattle’s best mac & cheese, donated and delivered from our awesome neighbor West 5, and its owners Dave Montoure and Dean Overton. It was the kind
At Canna West Seattle our customers have always had the ability to shop for weed online at our Leafly store for easy and convenient in-store pickup. It is a shopping feature that is not only seamless, but one that not enough
Dear Customer, Together, we are facing an anomalous health crisis in our community. In our response to COVID-19, we are following closely the advice of health experts and elected officials to determine the best course of action for the safety of
According to an article recently published by USA Today, Jeanette Hales, a 58-year-old former school bus driver in Salt Lake County, Utah, was forced to resign from her job because she tested positive for THC in a random drug test.
Tyler Ceccanti, of Lake Tapps, is practically a Pacific Northwest legend. As a freeskier, he has appeared in a remarkable nine Warren Miller movies, including this year’s flick, Timeless, which opened over the weekend at McCaw Hall in Seattle. He