You're always ripe to encounter the unexpected along a city's main drag, at least until you've been there long enough to properly calibrate your definition of "unexpected." Back in Vancouver, walking along Granville Street and encountering the smell of marijuana in the air at noon on a Wednesday was brazenly odd until I got used to it. On my first jaunt up Yonge Street since returning to Toronto, I encountered something even more so--a micro-demonstration of a few people with cannabis flags and a dude shouting "free Marc Emery" through a megaphone, as well as some other stuff I couldn't quite parse. The centerpiece, though, was the person dressed up as a walking bong in superhero spandex.
Yonge Street never disappoints.
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