Cannabis Day Organizers Must ‘Cease And Desist,’ Says City Of Vancouver

The City of Vancouver has told organizers of an annual Canada Day marijuana festival to 'cease and desist.'

CANADA:  The City of Vancouver has told organizers of an annual Canada Day marijuana festival to ‘cease and desist’ any marketing or promotion because they have not obtained a permit.

‘Cannabis Day’ is held every year on July 1 in front of the Vancouver Art Gallery. Thousands of people usually show up to support marijuana legalization and peruse the smorgasbord of pot products— like candies, cookies, lemonade, and free joints — offered by cannabis vendors in pop-up tents.

Local marijuana activists at Cannabis Culture Headquarters, run by Marc and Jodie Emery, have been organizing this year’s event for months.

But on Tuesday night, Jodie Emery tweeted a letter they received from the city telling them to stop.

Read full article @ CBC News

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