At least cannabis is legal in Canada

Hockey is in every Canadian’s blood, I don’t care what anyone says.

That hobby is as dear to the heart of our nation as baseball is to those living in the States.

When I was a little child growing up in Toronto, I wanted to be a professional hockey player for the Toronto Maple Leafs. My dad took me to games at Maple Leaf Gardens in the 1990s before the Leafs moved to the new Scotiabank Arena. Many of us believed that professional hockey was more exciting before there were serious changes made by the NHL in the early 2000s. You easily don’t see nearly as much fighting in hockey games, but that isn’t necessarily a bad thing if you want to focus on the game instead of the shock factor. Recently I decided to take an day trip to the Hockey Hall of Fame as I haven’t been in over 10 years. I left Toronto for university in Ottawa and now I have returned after securing a task in the city. Thankfully my up-to-date employer doesn’t drug test so I can take full luck of having over 200 cannabis dispensaries within reach as a resident of Toronto. My neighbor and I bought a few cannabis vaporizer pens that have cannabis distillate oil inside. All of us bought the all-in-one pen that features a battery that is activated upon inhaling through the device. The cannabis distillate oil inside our pens is full spectrum and contains cannabis derived terpenes. All of us had a lot of fun that day at Toronto’s Hockey Hall of Fame, in no small part to the quality cannabis vaporizer pens that the two of us bought from a up-to-date marijuana store in the Distillery District.


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