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Cannabis entrepreneurs in 'tough spot' after Ontario caps licences Facebook Twitter Reddit LinkedIn Koby Smutylo leased 2 stores in Ottawa before government's 25 licences cap Leah Hansen · CBC News Cannabis entrepreneur Koby Smutylo said he is frustrated with the provincial government's decision to cap the number of licences for retail pot shops. (Radio-Canada)

Cannabis Entrepreneurs in ‘Tough Spot’ After Ontario Caps Licences

Article by Leah Hansen, CBC News An Ottawa cannabis entrepreneur who’s already leased two spaces for ...

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Only These 13 Ontario Cities Will Likely Have Their Own Legal Cannabis Stores By April 2019 Only 13 municipalities have opted in to selling weed so far. @Kent Kanouse, Flickr / Brandon Crawford | Dreamstime.com Elizabeth Keith · 22 hours ago

Only These 13 Ontario Cities Will Likely Have Their Own Legal Cannabis Stores By April 2019

Article by Elizabeth Keith, Narcity The deadline for Ontario municipalities to opt-in for legal marijuana retailers is ...

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Critics fume over Ontario's latest pot plan, which could freeze out London area Southwestern Ontario, one of Canada's largest pot-growing belts, could be frozen out of the marijuana retail business amid the Ontario Progressive Conservative government's abrupt move to limit legal marijuana stores for the entire province to 25 chosen in a lottery. DALE CARRUTHERS & MEGAN STACEY

Critics Fume Over Ontario’s Latest Pot Plan, Which Could Freeze Out London Area

Article by Dale Carruthers & Megan Stacey, London Free Press Southwestern Ontario, one of Canada’s ...

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5 cannabis retail licences allocated to Toronto, 6 for the GTA

5 Cannabis Retail Licences Allocated To Toronto, 6 For The GTA

Article by City News The Ontario government has announced where the 25 initial cannabis licences ...

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PCs’ decision to phase in pot shops ‘probably wise’: Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson By Beatrice Britneff Local Online Journalist (Ottawa) Global News Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson says he thinks it makes sense to only open 25 retail cannabis stores on April 1, 2019 if there's a shortage of product. He also hopes Ottawa gets three of the five stores allocated to eastern Ontario.

PCs’ Decision To Phase In Pot Shops ‘Probably Wise’: Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson

Article by Beatrice Britneff, Global News Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson says the provincial Progressive Conservative government’s sudden move ...

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Some pot shops on Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory unphased by province limiting cannabis licenses By Kraig Krause The Ontario government announced on Dec. 13 that only 25 stores provincewide will receive licences in the new year, which may or may not impact distributors on Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory.

Some Pot Shops On Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory Unphased By Province Limiting Cannabis Licenses

Article by Kraig Krause, Global News If you are looking to purchase cannabis from a store ...

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Those who resisted legal pot now 'caught flat footed' on supply, says Trudeau Prime Minister Justin Trudeau takes part in a year end interview with The Canadian Press on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Friday, Dec. 14, 2018. Trudeau is blaming pockets of resistance to the legalization of marijuana for a cannabis supply shortage that has slowed the dissemination of legal weed in parts of Canada.

Those Who Resisted Legal Pot Now ‘Caught Flat Footed’ On Supply, Says Trudeau

Article by The Leaf News Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is blaming pockets of resistance to ...

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Sarnia mayor backing local cannabis shops as council mulls decision Sarnia’s mayor says he’s on board with allowing cannabis shops in Sarnia and thinks they could help stamp out black market supply he says can be laced with other drugs. TYLER KULA, SARNIA OBSERVER Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley addresses the new city council at its inaugural meeting Monday, as members of council look on. Bradley called for civility, collaboration and cooperation over the next four years. Tyler Kula/Sarnia Observer/Postmedia Network TYLER KULA / TYLER KULA/THE OBSERVER

Sarnia Mayor Backing Local Cannabis Shops As Council Mulls Decision

Article by Tyler Kula, Sarnia Observer Mayor Mike Bradley says he’s on board with allowing ...

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