Sunday, September 27
6:00 - 8:00 pm
Toronto & online
• Legal outdoor cannabis lounge
• High-profile speakers
• Prizes & giveaways
• Tickets – $20
Legalization Pros & Cons is a cannabis-friendly benefit event to raise funds for NORML Canada and Cannabis Amnesty.
As Canada approaches the two-year anniversary of Legalization, it’s high time to bring our cannabis community together to praise the positives and fix the negatives! Join fellow cannabis enthusiasts on September 27th for an inspirational gathering to support the important work that still needs to be done.
NORML Canada and Cannabis Amnesty are on the frontlines of lobbying for important issues of justice, liberation, and a truly free and fair legal cannabis landscape. All donations raised from the $20 ticket sales and online contributions will be fully and evenly shared between NORML Canada and Cannabis Amnesty.
The benefit takes place on Sunday, September 27th online and at 420 Cannabis Court in Toronto, a safe and spacious adults-only outdoor legal cannabis lounge at 222 Spadina Avenue. There will be high-profile speakers, comedians, and free prizes and giveaways for attendees – including cannabis products and accessories!
And if you can’t participate in person that day, that’s okay! The event will be broadcast for free, live online via the Pot TV and Cannabis Culture networks – and the fundraising drive will continue online for three weeks, ending on the two-year anniversary of Legalization in Canada, October 17th. Cannabis Culture Magazine is matching the first $1,000 raised from the public, and encourages fellow cannabis businesses to join the “Donation Match Box” to help amplify the positive vibes!
Join us for this exciting opportunity to help make Legalization better, together!
Tickets are $20 to attend the Toronto benefit event, and can be purchased in advance online or obtained with cash purchase at the venue upon arriving at the event. COVID safety protocols will be followed, including social distance space for seating, as well as masks and hand sanitizer for attendees who need them. Cash ticket payments and cash donations will be handled only by attendees, who will put the money into a bucket of soapy water (with Dr. Bronner’s hemp soap, naturally!) to be cleaned and sanitized.
Donations can be made with credit card online, or cash payment. Online donations will be processed after the final day of the fundraiser drive on October 17th, and divided fully and equally between NORML Canada and Cannabis Amnesty.
Cannabis Culture Magazine is matching the first $1,000 raised by the public and sponsoring the Toronto event. Do you own or operate a business that wants to join the “Donation Match Box” and match donations made by the public? Contact [email protected] to help!