There are plenty of sights to see in Michigan as a resident of Sterling Heights, but my roommate and I wanted to take a drive over the border in Sarnia and head east until we got to Montreal.
- He has cousins that live there and they always raved about the cannabis that’s available in Quebec and neighboring Ontario.
Don’t get me wrong, I would take any excuse to do a transnational road trip into Canada, but I wasn’t really convinced at first that the cannabis in Canada could rival what we purchase in Michigan. Either way, I agreed and immediately applied for a passport. Thankfully we were planning on a July road trip so the weather would be warm and pleasant. Since his cousins mentioned the quality of the cannabis in Ontario, I figured that we should stop in Toronto on our way to Montreal. I read online that Toronto has over 250 cannabis dispensaries in the city, which is absolutely staggering. There are many skyscrapers as well, especially the massive CN Tower. The first cannabis dispensary that we visited in Toronto was located in North York. We each got cannabis vape pens and a jar of cannabis flower buds to smoke in our hotel. After scanning various cannabis store locations on my phone, I decided to drive across town on the Ontario 401 Express until we arrived in Scarborough. The dispensary that we were headed to is on Ellesmere Road near Confederation Park. I was happy that I got a chance to try some of my fresh cannabis while sitting on a park bench. By the time we made it to Quebec, we had already sampled some of the best weed that Ontario has to offer.