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420 rally smokes out Yonge-Dundas Square

420 fell on a rainy Monday in Toronto this year, but any curious and/or accidental voyeurs at Yonge-Dundas Square yesterday afternoon found an impressive turnout of marijuana supporters nonetheless. Speculation was rampant as to the probable employment of this year's protesters, which perhaps misses the mark - don't you take time off work for what's important to you and yours?

In the second unhappiest city in Canada, the mood was jovial, free joints were dispersed, some kids saw their teacher in the crowd and had their minds blown, and as the weather cleared, Toronto was the envy of dope enthusiasts worldwide.

Check out our foggy memories from this year's 420 march and rally in this photo gallery.


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