monopoly? Only If There Is No Purchase Necessary There Is Play Money Involved, Please.

By Cori Petersen

Eventually there may be room for corporate production of Cannabis, however those in place right now they have tainted their entry into this venture by capitalizing on ill Canadians. In order to ensure the leaf gets free, we must all do our part. Organize, cultivate and educate.

February 13th at or near the Vancouver Art Gallery grounds a farmers market for Cannabis goods is proposed, the Pharmar-U-wanna. Coming together to trade, consume, educate and more will further extend the conversation and send the message that this movement is simply swelling to overflow capacity with no reasons to ebb.

This event will be free for all to attend and even vend. To ensure this market continues, donations are extremely helpful and appreciated. This event will be free for all to attend and even vend. To ensure this market continues, donations are extremely helpful and appreciated.

Licensed Producers launched their businesses with the promise of a “captive” market beholden to their single supply by the government. If you want a Cannabis market that allows individuals to be on even ground please donate your time time to the new “Pharmar-U-wanna” monthly Market.

WANTED FOR THE FREE AND FAIR “PHARMAR-U-WANNA” MONTHLY MEETINGS:

Follow Links below to sign up for the task you are best suited for, Thank you.
Organizers
Volunteers
Vendors
Speakers 

In order to ensure the leaf gets free, we must all do our part. Organize, cultivate and educate. Each month we could exercise our right to demonstrate how an open, fair, inclusive Cannabis farmers market is going to look like.

SEE OTHERS:

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 2014

SEATTLE, WASHINGTON STATE 2012

TACOMA, WASHINGTON STATE 2011

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