Before moving to Toronto to be around more people my age, I was living in the small hamlet of Gormley that is an hour north of my current apartment in Old Toronto. My family has been living in Gormley for three generations, with most of the men and women in my family getting work as dairy farmers. The Canadian National Railway runs through town, taking farmers’ products to places like Markham and Toronto to the south. Needless to say, I hated small-town living, be it in southern Ontario or in the prairie provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta. Much of the life in Canada is concentrated in one of a handful of large Metropolitan cities including Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton and Ottawa. Despite being far away from either oceanic coast, Toronto tops the list as the most populous city in Canada. In that sense, it’s not hard for me to believe that there are over 200 cannabis dispensaries in the city alone, not to mention in one of the many suburbs to the north, east, and west of the metropolis. And if you happen to work a late shift at your job, you don’t have to worry about cannabis dispensaries closing early like they do in small towns in Ontario. Many of the dispensaries in the city of Toronto are open late, with several staying open as late as 1 or 2am. Between the late cannabis dispensaries and the cannabis delivery services, you can get weed at fairly late hours in Toronto. If you’re a night owl, this might be a determining factor on what city you reside in.