THIS HIP CITY is a small but growing collective of accomplished design and fashion enthusiasts, who share a deep passion for cannabis.
We have over 40 years of joint experience in cannabis ‘research’ – most of which is from our university days – and believe that everyone, everywhere, should be able to further their education in that field, without the fear of repercussions.
The progress being made on the legalization front is reminiscent of the Age of Enlightenment – a movement in Europe during the 17th and 18th centuries, where ideas centred on the sovereignty of reason – consciously making sense of things, applying logic, and adapting or justifying practices, institutions and beliefs.
Cities where cannabis has been fully legalized should be formally recognized, which is exactly why we started THISHIPCITY – for a chance to represent our cities and our love for cannabis.
Sure it’s wicked that weed is legal and the varieties in product and form are ever-expanding, but it’s more than that. It’s about what it represents moving forward.
A few of us here at THISHIPCITY have offspring and we can take comfort in knowing that our hip cities – Vancouver and Montreal are places where they will grow up in societies with a willingness to observe, learn, evaluate and evolve.
While cannabis consumption was often perceived as being part of a ‘stoner’ culture for rebellious youth, it has at long last become recognized as a legitimate lifestyle choice for people from all walks of life.
All of our ‘dope’ products are of the highest quality and are sourced from companies in Canada and the United States.
Rather than cut out the middlemen, we choose to embrace them. This allows us to support our local economy, while adding another layer of quality control to our supply chain.
All of our merchandise is finished, packaged and shipped from one of our two distribution facilities in Vancouver, BC and Montreal, QC.
Thank you for taking the time to read this, thank you for choosing This Hip City and thank you for contributing to our support of Last Prisoner Project.