Victoria Day is the unofficial start of the summer season in Canada (even if it does snow some years). May two-four, or May Long, is technically a dead queen’s birthday but most of us know it as a party weekend.

Since most Canadians get an extra day off, many use the extended weekend as an opportunity to get away to a cottage, cabin or campsite. The Victoria Day long weekend is a time to get together with friends and family (and get lit).

These warm-weather long weekends have long been associated with nature getaways and subsequently binge drinking, but at Leafly, we’re on a mission to change the latter.

Instead of stocking up with a 2-4 of beer and a 40 of liquor, let’s normalize other ways to unwind, like cannabis-infused colas, uplifting…

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