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420 things to do in and around Victoria this Monday, April 20th


A lot has changed since April 20th, 2019, but not everything.

We’re all missing our typical daily ‘things to do’ articles, and though the list of activities you can partake in at home isn’t as extensive, there are still plenty of ways to have a good time this Monday to enjoy 4/20 – especially with a little help from our friends at High5 Retail!

Though we can’t gather to celebrate this year’s unofficial holiday, we can still take comfort in the fact that we’re all in this together, and that certain products are still as legal as they’ve been since October 17, 2018. 

That being said, there are still plenty of other things to do this Monday, and we’ve listed a few of them below… 

Check out these 420 things to do on what is perhaps BC’s favourite holiday:

420. Watch Tiger King on Netflix

419. Take a moment to breathe. Tell yourself “Everything’s going to be okay”.

418. Buy a pair of Dr Bonnie Henry shoes and support Food Banks BC.

417. Marvel at Vancouver Island’s low gas prices.

416. Donate to help animals in need.

415 – 1. Visit a local dispensary, such as High5 Retail, conveniently located in Vic West (with free parking!).

Though this 4/20 will undoubtedly be an unusual one for all of us, some things can stay the same. High5 supplies dried cannabis, cannabis oils, sprays, edibles and accessories, cannabis drinks, vapes and topicals with a spotlight on education for non-medical users. Their products may or may not help with Thing To Do #419.

Their Vic West shop, which opened in mid-January, is locally owned and operated, with a large focus on customer experience

If you stop by, let them know Victoria Buzz sent you for a little bit of extra High5 love!

High5 Retail Cannabis Shop

  • Where: 732 Tyee Road, Vic West
  • Hours:
    • Mon-Sat: 9:30 a.m. – 9:30 p.m.
    • Sun: 10 a.m. -8 p.m.
  • Contact: 778-432-2837 or send them a message online

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The Cannabis Control and Licensing Act (CCLA) sets 19 as the provincial minimum age to purchase, sell, or consume cannabis.

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