Toronto 420 celebrations are all set and a
puff giant cloud of smoke will soon rise over Yonge-Dundas Square.
Joining the crowd of medicinal users and recreationists, cannabis connoisseurs, enthusiasts, and activists, you can expect to see Canada’s Prince of Pot there too.
Marc Emery, founder of Cannabis Culture and Pot TV, will be celebrating the day in The 6ix. Spot him sporting his 420 Leafs jersey in the Square from noon to 5 pm.
It’s the perfect time to get/say high/hi with/to the pot pioneer.
This 420 celebration comes on the cusp of recreational legalization, but also just weeks following he and wife Jodie Emery’s arrest in Toronto and the subsequent closure of the entire fleet of Cannabis Culture outlets in Toronto.
When: April 20, noon to 7 pm
Where: Yonge-Dundas Square
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