Prince of Pot: Cannabis Day 2003

Marc does the cruise around the 4,000 plus crowd to share joints and thoughts at this year’s July 1st Cannabis Day celebration in Vancouver. Guitar solo and Rap Music from Hotbox, and the 4:20 Band was Big-B. Sorry about the Exposure problems. (New camera and lot’s of buds!)
For more info about Hotbox contact Corby at (604)601-3332

Heres the latest updated PRINCE OF POT TOUR schedule:

WINNIPEG JULY 9
DAUPHIN July 10
REGINA JULY 12

HALIFAX JULY 19
MONCTON JULY 21
CHARLOTTETOWN JULY 23
ST. JOHN’S NFLD – JULY 26

CALGARY AUG 9
EDMONTON AUGUST 10
SASKATOON AUG 11
PRINCE GEORGE, BC AUG . 12

KINGSTON – AUGUST 25
LONDON – AUG 26
HAMILTON – AUG 27
SUDBURY – AUG 28

br>Remaining dates & locations being considered. Any thoughts?

“I want to hold SMOKE-OUT’s in front of Police Station Headquarters across Canada with YOU and fellow supporters. We need to draw crowds who are willing to be seen possessing marijuana and smoking it! We need all Canadians to know Marijuana is completely legal in Ontario and can be legal in your province if we assert ourselves! This is also our opening salvo in asserting to Parliament that LEGALIZATION is what we want, what Canada needs! I will be speaking at each Police Heaquarters and smoking marijuana. Will you come and join the Canadian Cannabis revolution? I am looking for local contacts to arrange a demonstration in the following communities in Canada. Dates would be between July 7 and September 30.

The first stop will be between July 7 – 14 – EXACT DATE TO BE ANNOUNCED – in

*** DAUPHIN, MANITOBA *** in support of SWEET HEMPTATIONS, the hemp store there which DAUPHIN (RCMP)POLICE raided on June 16

Other centres I want to DEMONSTRATE in include:

St. John’s, Newfoundland
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Moncton, New Brunswick
Sumerside or Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island (they have that crazy cop in Summerside who is some mad prohibitionist so I lean toward Summerside)
Ottawa (after Parliament reconvenes)
Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Calgary, Alberta
Prince George, British Columbia
Whitehorse, Yukon

Who’s with me? “
Marc Emery
[email protected]

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