‘I am a Biracial Gay Man, So My Parents Should Not Have Been Surprised That I Would Be Smoking Cannabis at Some Point’

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LifeHealthCultureCommunitiesBusiness ‘I am a biracial gay man, so my parents should not have been surprised that I would be smoking weed at some point’ Toronto-based Shane D’Costa on working in the legal cannabis industry, giving back during the pandemic and how, despite cultural stereotypes, his parents are supportive of his career path Author of the article:The GrowthOp Publishing date:Feb 02, 2021 • 12 minutes ago • 4 minute read “As a person who worked in an industry built upon the backs of Black, Indigenous and people of colour, I was compelled to give back,” says Shane D’Costa, who launched ‘Minorities for Change in Canadian Cannabis’ initiative in June last year. PHOTO BY PHOTO PROVIDED Article Sidebar Share Article content This story is a part of The GrowthOp’s weekly series, Ask A Budtender.

Shane D’Costa wears many hats. From starting his career at one of Ontario’s first few legal stores to actively raising awareness for social justice issues, D’Costa is currently working at Etobicoke located cannabis retail chain, Spiritleaf. When he’s not busy with his day job, he freelances as a portrait photographer and is actively involved in giving back to the cannabis community.

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