Kate Robertson

As weed goes corporate, so might its relationship with musicians and artists. How Canadian pot regulations, marketing laws and criminalization of people of colour will affect music and cannabis. more



Samuel Engelking

There's lots new packaging guidelines for cannabis products won't tell you, including the fact licensed producers are allowed to use 21 Health Canada-approved pesticides on their crops to mitigate infestations more



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Pacific Mall owes no one an apology – no one thinks their counterfeit products are real more


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Now airing on Netflix, the latest season of the long-running Canadian show is little more than a vehicle for its ancillary businesses more



Colin Medley

It's still nice to see Toronto play itself on screen, but the second season of Matt Johnson and Jay McCarrol's series could use some self-awareness more




Inspired by Barcelona's cannabis social clubs, licensed pop-up aims to grow Toronto's emerging craft cannabis scene while giving closet stoners a place to hang and get high with strangers more


Joseph Shabason

Colin Medley

When I listened to Shabason's solo debut, Aytche, I realized two things: I don’t know what jazz is, nor have I ever asked him – my dear friend, who graduated from jazz school – anything about it more


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Jag Gundu

Thanks to Lucas Waldin and the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, fans were treated to entirely new arrangements of some of the musician’s best pop songs more

Concert reviews

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Beloved rockers pair up with Brantford cannabis company Newstrike more


Is it heaven? Is it a dream or did we travel to a psychedelic dimension? more




Say your final goodbyes to the Annex's iconic sign more

Think Free: The NOW Toronto blog

Since Friday, when we shared the terrible news that our beloved senior theatre writer had died, we've been flooded with tributes, memories and love in honour of Jon Kaplan. Thank you, Toronto. more



J Greg Mazur

If she hadn't been rescued, the endless sea of closeups of the woman who climbed a crane early this morning could have caused immeasurable harm more

Think Free: The NOW Toronto blog

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Courtesy of Province Brands

Dooma Wendschuh plans to shake up the $1-billion booze industry with Province Brand's cannabis-powered drinks more


Underground edibles market will feature approximately 30 craft vendors – and could lay the foundation for the future of legal distribution in Ontario more


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Ben Spurr

Update: hosting platform Art19 announces they're suspending the series more

Think Free: The NOW Toronto blog


Courtesy of Tyler Clark Burke

Studio space is expensive. Meet three artists who transformed their run-down carparks into workspaces more

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