In Vancouver, you need a licence to sell street shawarma. But weed? That’s easy
|globalnews.ca 13 Jan 2018 at 03:38|
The growing number of unlicensed cannabis vendors plying their trade along a section of Robson Street in downtown Vancouver is raising concerns. Aaron McArthur reports on why it s allowed, and what, if anything, the city plans to do about it.
You need a licence to sell just about anything on the streets of Vancouver.
Shawarma or hot dogs, for instance.
But the City of Vancouver and the police appear to have adopted a lax attitude about an open market for marijuana that’s cropped up on Robson Street downtown.