This Vancouver cafe will give you weed for warm coats and jackets

The Vancouver weather forecast is calling for subzero temperatures as well as a chance of snow on Sunday. Sadly, many of the city’s less fortunate won’t have warm clothing to keep out the cold weather, and a great deal of people won’t have a warm place to sleep.

In order to make sure people stay safe this winter, the City of Vancouver is opening warming shelters for those who are sleeping outside. However, many people still won’t have enough cozy clothing to stay warm during the cold snap.

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Now, one of the city’s cafes is asking residents to drop off warm coats and jackets for a coat drive — but they are offering a unique bonus for doing so.

Reddit user f***ingyoungperfect shared an image with the caption, “the most vancouver thing ever just came up on my instagram.”

Photo: f*ckingyoungperfect / Reddit of @thebulldogamsterdam / Instagram
Photo: f*ckingyoungperfect / Reddit of @thebulldogamsterdam / Instagram

Vancity Bulldog Cafe is offering a joint or a dab in exchange for clean, lightly used coats and jackets.

Warm coats and jackets, please

The Vancity Bulldog Cafe is a 19+ establishment that specializes in marijuana and specialty glass. A quick glance at their Instagram page shows an impressive collection of work, along with pricing.

They are located downtown at 316 West Hastings Street and open daily from 10 a.m. until midnight.

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