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Love Market co-founder Sarah Gillies says she expects cannabis events to become more popular once pot gets legalized. (Dexter Brown/CBC) Valentine’s Day might be just a few days away, but that doesn’t mean that love is the only thing in the air. On Sunday, cannabis enthusiasts gathered in downtown Toronto for the first-ever Love Market, a Valentine’s Day themed craft-cannabis pop-up shop. Complete with more than 25 cannabis brands, a pot juice bar, live music and photo booth, participants shopped for various pot products, including edible, topical and vapour items. Hosted by “cannabis-friendly” entertainment and promotional group The High5, the event is likely a taste of things to come as the group says it will host monthly themed events throughout the downtown core. And High5 co-founder Sarah Gillies says she expects events like these to become more popular once pot gets legalized. “When I’m looking for a space, I get a lot of ‘Nos, but call me when it’s legalized,'” Gillies told CBC Toronto. Cannabis-themed Love Market pop-up adds more than love to the air

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