Queen’s Park North • Toronto • Ontario • High Noon Gathering
The 21st Annual Global Marijuana March (GMM) in Toronto is set for this Saturday kick off at high noon at Queens Park North. GMM takes place in over 500 cities across the globe, with Toronto being the largest in North America. At 2PM GMM is taking off north of Queen’s Park travelling to Bloor, East to Yonge, south to Wellesley returning to Queen’s Park.
“The Global Marijuana March is an international day of cannabis celebration and protest against prohibition” emphasized Jodie Emery.
“Ontario is now looking at a progressive and realistic approach to cannabis consumption. We are hopeful that cannabis lounges will be potentially included in the future provincial framework,”
Hotbox Cafe founder: Abi Roach
Abi Roach is the Director of the Ontario Cannabis Consumer & Retail Alliance (OCCRA) which launched the Sensible Ontario campaign to make cannabis private retail an election issue.“Several provinces have recognized private retail, or are embracing a mixed model approach including BC, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. It’s time for Ontario to embrace a new paradigm for cannabis retail that’s inclusive to those who have been disproportionately impacted by the war on drugs,” echoed OCCRA Director Tyler James, who is launching the campaign for cannabis amnesty at the rally. GMM organizer HERB KUSHMAN says “we need to show the Ontario government in their own backyard what we think legalization should look like. VOTE TO TOKE ONTARIO!”
More Info: www.globalmarijuanamarch.ca
Twitter: @GMMLIVE @SensibleON #SensibleON #VOTE2TOKE