Are you the age of majority 19+ in your province (Virginia)?
We’ve been there. High and hungry for something beyond the bag of chips in your cupboard but not sure where to order. We’ve saved you here with our list of the best post-high snacks in Toronto.
This list is best read while just a little baked or in preparation of, elsewise you might just wander right out your door and into the streets in search of some delicacies. Anyways, enough blabber, here are our 5 best food places in Toronto when high!
Few things in life are better than unwinding at the end of a long day, or week, with a little weed and a little Netflix. No matter when you set out to perform this ritual, you don’t want to be stuck without anything to watch.
Luckily, we understand, and we’ve got you covered. Once your sufficiently high, here’s your perfect Netflix watch list.
Several Canadian entrepreneurs are preparing to launch cannabis delivery companies in time for legalization on Oct. 17, despite the fact this service will be illegal for recreational marijuana in most provinces.
These entrepreneurs believe clients will be willing to pay to get deliveries faster than they could from provincially run cannabis websites. If municipalities block legal cannabis stores from operating in certain areas, that could also boost opportunities for private delivery services.
Ex-Uber leader creates Eddy Delivery service, wanting to make pot accessible in Halton Hills
If Halton Hills council decides to opt out of having retail cannabis stores in town, a new marijuana delivery service says they are ready to pick up the slack.
Province is still a question mark on how legal weed will be delivered
The Eddy Delivery website could become a popular outlet for marijuana users in Caledon when the product becomes legal on Oct. 17. - Eddy Delivery image
This Wednesday, Toronto will literally be up in smoke, as pot prohibition is finally coming to an end.
And for when Torontonians collectively have the munchies tomorrow, Eddy Delivery, a legal medical cannabis on-demand delivery provider, will be delivering FREE snack packs in Toronto.