Worldwide Marijuana March

Not sure what the weather will be like tomorrow (the current forecast calls for sleet) but Saturday afternoon in Victoria Park at 4:20 p.m. a rally will be held as part of a global initiative to advocate for the legalization of marijuana for medicinal and recreational purposes.

From Victoria Park, a procession will be held to the Green Canvas at 1621 11th Ave. It’s a local business operated by Tim Selenski, an advocate for reform of Canada’s marijuana laws, who also runs Head 2 Head on Dewdney Ave. in north central Regina.

On Tuesday at 10 a.m. at Court of Queen’s Bench (2425 Victoria Ave.), Selenski is scheduled to appear to fight his eviction from the premises on 11th Ave. It’s his contention that the eviction is based on prejudicial grounds (ie. related to his marijuana advocacy) and that it’s in contravention of his Charter rights.

Author: Gregory Beatty

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5 thoughts on “Worldwide Marijuana March”

  1. Say what you will about pot legalization…. somebody should go to jail for making that poster.

  2. In fairness, it might look better if it was blown up to full poster size. And maybe viewed under black light in a bedroom with incense burning, a couple of beer cracked,In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida blasting on the stereo and, in my case anyway, Diane Keaton (c. Annie Hall vintage)rolling a fattie while we lounged on a water bed.

  3. If there is one thing holding back legalization, it’s definitely current poster designs.

    And yet 1960s poster designs were frequently pretty as can be.

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