On Saturday, the event at Hyde Park – traditionally a fairly amateur gathering – became a legit event, perhaps because legalisation is getting closer.
Working in cannabis used to be a crime, but now it's looking like a real career, complete with benefits.
Mexico? Likely. India? Not so much.
Seattle ceramics artist Katie Marks also makes tiny, smokeable kitten and geode pipes.
One last 4/20 before the government becomes our drug dealer.
“Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the year of pseudo-legalization.”
Because on a day like today, it’s all we really want to know.
It's the weed week bracket championship round and we need you to vote for the ultimate way to get blazed. Polls close at 4:20.
"I would say that it’s fun and enjoyable, and I enjoy smoking it."
Although weed will soon be legal, there’s still lots for cannabis users to protest about.
The results of the elite eight are in. Here are the four that remain.
Statistics Canada says more than two million Canadians smoke weed on a daily or weekly basis.