Daily Poll: Should Vancouver's 4/20 continue as an unpermitted event?

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Poll posted 6 months ago.

7 Comments

  • Dobs - 5 months ago

    I think the city needs to get their head out of their butt and realize this is going to happen permitted or not. The best way to prepare is to permit the event and pass on the fees to the attendees and vendors. I support the event but feel that costs need to be handed down to the organizers/attendees.

  • Campbell - 5 months ago

    I don’t even smoke pot and think this is a great event. Everything the organizers says is true about policing. Other cities have sporting events that bring hundreds of thousands of people downtown every Sunday and the city of Vancouver can’t handle 60,000. Politicians and councillors have to start recognizing the importance of social and cultural events

  • May Kinsense - 5 months ago

    Surely if stoners are so devoted to hippie lettuce they’ll do the right thing and gladly pay $50 to attend their beloved festival. No pay... then stay away!

  • Nita Doo2 - 5 months ago

    Ditto with Nita Doo.

    @Ron,
    what dont you understand in the term 'un-permitted event'?
    Your looking at it as not allowed.... when we ALL know what been said in the media about this... "permit" vs. "no permit" ---->>> (not a level playing field......)

  • Nita Doo2 - 5 months ago

    Ditto with Nita Doo.

    @Ron,
    what dont you understand in the term 'un-permitted event'?
    Your looking at it as not allowed.... when we ALL know what been said in the media about this... "permit" vs. "permit" ---->>> (not a level playing field......)

  • Ron - 5 months ago

    The wording of this question is confusing and reflected the result the paper preferred.

  • Nita Doo - 5 months ago

    As long as an event is free to people, everybody with their kitchen sink will come, I would strongly suggest a charge of $15.00 per person prior to attending, the cost will help at least part of the cleaning! That is a good way to say no as many people who will take advantage of others will now pay perhaps for their first time for something. I also suggest the Vancouver Park-board has the ability to say NO, get some backbones!

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