From the Porter site:thought this might be a good place to ask, I'm flying from Toronto to Montreal, does anyone know the rules regarding brining marijuana on domestic flights? Having a hard time finding something definitive. I don't want to run into any issues, but I'll be there a week and also kinda sorta need to bring some.
Don’t know whether the policy might be different depending on the airline.Those travelling domestically within Canada are permitted to carry cannabis within the legalized personal possession limits (up to 30 grams). This is subject to requirements that may be introduced by authorities. When you are travelling within Canada, it is your responsibility to learn the laws of the province you are going to.
Cannabis must be kept stowed in carry-on luggage at all times and cannot be consumed, rolled or otherwise exposed to the cabin or other passengers at any time.
That dude does not care at all....Lol the Irony is that the Clippers have more homegrown Talent than the Lakers....they are literally booing their own.
What are you looking for?
Bold of you to suggest Barberians.
Are you a student?
Yes, I am a first year student but my schedule is messed up so I have some time left even I finish all homework/assignments. Thanks for recommendations, people.Are you a student?
Burrito Boys is best for cal and yumminess per dollar. Alternative options for that is probably Chipotle or Basil Box. If you go to Basil Box, be sure to use the Foodora 50% off until September 15th to save some money.
Five Guys is pricier but the best burger in town.
For sit-down places I’d recommend walking further from the area but the Paramount Fine Foods nearby is great.
Ryerson is surrounded by so many restaurants you can literally eat at a different place every day for a month or two.
I didn't see Salad King on any of the posted lists, try them if you're in the mood for Thai. Just remember to take them seriously on how spicy their stuff can be...
I'm mostly a head down type of person myself, but I guess you just never know and should be prepared to at least notify someone if you see something if not intervene directly.
I didn't know salad king was still there. I guess I rarely walk down that side of the street around Ryerson anymore.