My friends and I love going out to various locations in Toronto to smoke weed or take puffs off cannabis vaporizer pens.
One of my favorite dispensaries in Etobicoke has a sale every Friday and cannabis distillate oil syringes and vaporizer cartridges. When you connect a cannabis oil vape cartridge to a pen battery, it looks nearly identical to a nicotine vaporizer. I have friends that get in planes in the United States and travel across state lines with these cannabis oil pens in their carry-on luggage. Even though this is highly illegal in the States, it’s perfectly fine to do in Canada as long as you’re not trying to fly internationally. Anyone flying between cities or provinces in Canada is allowed to bring a total of 30 grams of cannabis flower buds with them on the flight. Obviously you can’t use your marijuana on the plane, but you can safely travel around the country without the fear of legal hassles. So when I “sneak” a cannabis oil pen into the CN Tower at night to look at the city lights, it’s barely even breaking the law. The RCMP have better things to do than busting people sneaking a few puffs off a vaporizer pen. Unless you’re causing a nuisance, who is going to notice in the first place? And if someone notices you vaping, will they assume it’s tobacco or will they question if it’s cannabis? The point is, you can probably sneak cannabis vaporizers into a number of various public places in Toronto without getting busted. Or you can enjoy outdoor scenery in places like Queens Park and High Park.