(Image: The skyline of Toronto City including the CN Tower)
The city of Toronto is the capital of the province of Ontario and is Canada’s largest city and the fourth largest in North America. Located on the north-western shore of Lake Ontario, Toronto is a dynamic metropolis and is one of the most multicultural and cosmopolitan cities in the world with a population of about 2.8 million people. It’s a global centre for business, finance, culture, arts and is considered one of the world’s most liveable cities.
Toronto also has a thriving cannabis culture and hosts the annual Marijuana Treasure Hunt which is the largest free cannabis event in all of Canada as well as mini weed scavenger hunts throughout the year. Toronto also annually also hosts the Global Marijuana March which is a peaceful demonstration for the complete legalisation of marijuana. While global marijuana marches are held across the world Toronto is estimated to be one of the largest which regularly totals over 20,000 attendees. The march involves advocates of marijuana from all walks of life marching together in a non-violent protest joined together by their love for weed in Toronto city.
Toronto city has also hosted the NORML Conference which is a meeting of academic minds to discuss serious issues regarding marijuana such as ways to get cannabis legalized, medical marijuana laws, the science of various strains. Cannabis in Toronto involves so much more than just smoking and chilling, in this city its political and scientific as well.
The federal government led by Prime Mister Justin Trudeau intends to make cannabis fully legal in the country for recreational purposes by the 1st of July 2018. Cannabis is currently limited for medicinal use to treat a range of health issues since a Supreme Court ruling in 2001. and it is possible to find doctors, clinics and dispensaries throughout Toronto offering medical marijuana which is considered as an effective alternative for treating numerous illnesses and affections such as arthritis, anxiety disorders, chronic pain, and migraines and other health conditions.
The CN Tower is the one the city’s must-see attractions standing at 553 meters (1814 feet) tall, the structure can be seen from almost anywhere in the city. From the highest viewing area on the tower on clear days views extend to Niagara Falls and New York State. Two elevators transport visitors to 360 Restaurant, LookOut, and Glass Floor levels of the tower. For those seeking a little more adventure there is also the “Edge Walk” which involves a hands-free walk around the outside edge of the main pod on a 1.5 meter ledge with participants attached to a safety harness and rope.
The Toronto Eaton Centre is located at the north end of the Central Business District and is a massive shopping complex in the heart of down-town Toronto and is a major tourist attraction in the city with almost 50 million visitors every year. The original Eaton department store first opened in Toronto in 1869 and grew into an enormous retail business. With its own subway station, the ultra-modern shopping complex extends over several blocks and is always being renovated and enlarged it is easy to become lost in the bewildering maze of department stores, boutiques, restaurants, and speciality shops all contained under a stunning glass ceiling.
Encompassing 710 acres the Toronto Zoo is located on the Red River about 40 kilometres north-east of the city centre and is the largest zoo in Canada. It features over 5,000 animals representing more than 450 species and the zoo is divided into several sections each representing a major region of the globe such as the North American section with its unique spacious grizzly bear enclose. Some of the zoo award winning exhibits include the Gorilla Rainforest, Great Barrier Reef and the 10-acre Tundra Trek.
The Kensington Market is a must visit for those interested in cannabis culture or for anyone who wants to smoke cannabis in Toronto. The Kensington Market is a walk able bohemian neighborhood which draws artists and tourists to its indie shops, vintage boutiques and art spaces. The Market is also home to a wide array of specialty grocers, bakeries, cheese shops and of course cannabis cafes. Bellevue Square Park is popular and considered safe space for stoners to light up their cannabis in Toronto.
(Image: MMJ dispensaries can provide for all cannabis cravings while in Toronto)
Perhaps the only thing that can improve a visit to the beautiful Toronto is finding a little cannabis to really enjoy the stunning city. Finding cannabis in Toronto is not difficult as there are numerous dispensaries including two MMJ dispensaries located in city ensuring easy access to a sweet high. All locations offer different options and prices for achieving the right level of medication, such as indica, sativa, hybrid strains as well as editable and extracts making it easy to find Cannabis in Toronto for locals and tourists alike.
The 20 Cumberland St MMJ dispensary in Toronto offers in the indica range Pre Bubba, Watermelon, and Bubba OG and in the sativa strain there Sweet Berlin on offer. Hybrid strains include Strawberry Pebbles- Potent Laboratories, Lemon Skunk and Jet Fuel OG. Extracts from the Cumberland St store feature Blue Viper PHO- Holistek concentrate, Kracken Shatter- Skunk and Panda and Cotton Candy Shatter- Beard Bros concentrate. For those preferring to consume their cannabis in Toronto the store has THC Oil- Apothecary, Cannabis infused Coconut Oil Caps and Chronic Tonic. This MMJ dispensary also offers pre-rolled joints at only $5 each for customer convenience, making it easy to enjoy cannabis in Toronto.
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