This weekend in Toronto the Global Marijuana March is taking place, and police are warning drivers and transit takers alike that there will be delays along the route.
The GMM is a global protest against cannabis prohibition, held in over 200 countries every year on the first Saturday of May.
- A free Canada-wide mail-in drug testing service has been set up in Vancouver
- Moosehead adds its name to brewers getting in on cannabis
- Harvard Medical School and MIT gifted $9M to study cannabis
According to police, the march will proceed along the following route at 2 pm:
Northbound: Queens Park Crescent East (Northbound lanes)
Eastbound: Bloor Street West (Full Roadway)
Southbound: Yonge Street (Full Roadway)
Westbound: College Street West (Westbound lanes)
Northbound: Queens Park Crescent East (Full Roadway)
Dispersal between St. Joseph Street and Charles Street.
Motorists can expect delays in the area and should consider alternate methods of transportation.
TTC Service Adjustments/Delays:
– 94 Wellesley Avenue bus
– 5 Avenue Road bus
– College Street streetcars westbound
All impacted roadways are anticipated to re-opened prior to 5 pm.