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Kyla's Quest

May 1, 2015 Kyla's Quest: Little Girl, Big Inspiration, by Kyla Williams (author)

Kyla Williams, who just turned three on February first, has already seen more doctors than most of us can expect to see in a lifetime. After a healthy delivery, she progressed along expectations.  See story on Cannabis Digest


Oct 18, 2014 – Family of Summerland Girl... by Susan McIver

The producer of a documentary about marijuana laws has shared the proceeds from the film’s Kelowna premiere with families struggling to pay for medical cannabis... Read the Kelowna Courier story


Oct 3, 2014 – Seminar discusses medicinal marijuana use

The Corcanna Group will host a seminar about the medical treatment value of marijuana at a seminar called "Cannabis is Medicine, Truth, Facts, and Knowledge Seminar & Fundraiser" on Saturday in Kelowna. Kelowna Capital News


Aug 8, 2014 – Ending toddler’s seizures matters more to family than complying with drug laws, by Susan McIver

The family of a two-year-old Summerland girl is willing to break the law to provide her with the cannabis oil that appears to have dramatically reduced the hundreds of seizures she was suffering daily. Read the article at Kelowna Daily Courier


May 20, 2014 – Toddler’s seizures stopped after consuming cannabis oil, parents say, by Justin Giovannetti

Two-year-old Kyla Williams hasn’t learned to walk or talk, her development has stopped as she suffered as many as 200 seizures daily and no medication helped. Now the girl’s family says she hasn’t had a seizure in a week, ever since they began giving her cannabis oil extracted from hemp... Read more at Globe and Mail


May 18, 2014 – Medical Cannabis Helps Toddler, by Bill Everitt

The Canadian Silver Tour, a cannabinoid education campaign, came to Summerland's Royal Canadian Legion Saturday to educate locals on the benefits of medical marijuana... Read the Castanet story


April 27, 2014 – Let Child Have her Medicine, by James Miller

The two-year-old from Summerland was born with epilepsy and averages 100 seizures a day. During her short lifetime, Kyla has tried everything from a controversial diet to various pharmaceutical cocktails, and nothing has worked long term. Read the story at Kelowna Daily Courier