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Cannabis Retailer and Standby Option named for Flin Flon

Cannabis retailer and standby option named for Flin Flon Eric Westhaver / Flin Flon Reminder

Article by Eric Westhaver, Flin Flon Reminder A pair of companies have been named the first licensed to sell legal cannabis in Flin Flon as determined through a random draw by the provincial government last week. Two retailers were selected for a number of smaller communities across the province including Flin Flon, one as a first preference retailer and a ...

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London Cannabis Stores Say They Won’t Join Trend to Cut Hours

London cannabis stores say they won't join trend to cut hours DALE CARRUTHERS Jordan Desjardine invites everyone to Tweed, a cannabis store which opened in London. The Wellington Road South store is the city’s third cannabis retailer. (Derek Ruttan/The London Free Press) Jordan Desjardine invites everyone to Tweed, a cannabis store which opened in London. The Wellington Road South store is the city's third cannabis retailer. (Derek Ruttan/The London Free Press)

Article by Dale Carruthers, London Free Press More of Ontario’s cannabis retail stores will follow the lead of two outlets that are scaling back hours because they can’t keep enough product stocked, one industry watcher says. But London’s three bricks-and-mortar marijuana stores — all of them open seven days a week — say they have ample supply and don’t plan ...

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Gatineau’s First Legal Pot Shop Opens

Gatineau’s first legal pot shop opens Gatineau's first legal cannabis retail store opened its doors on Wednesday May 22, 2019.

Article by CTV News Gatineau’s first legal cannabis store officially opened Wednesday morning. There was a small group of people lining up even before the doors opened at 10 a.m. The store, located in a strip mall on Boulevard de la Gappe, sells everything from dried flowers to oral sprays. This comes as a store in Ottawa has been forced ...

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Cannabis Retail Guide: Canna Cabana, Hamilton

Cannabis Retail Guide: Canna Cabana, Hamilton LIORA IPSUM

Article by Liora Ipsum, Leafly Canna Cabana in Hamilton is the first of three locations planned to open in Ontario, joining an outpost in Sudbury and an incoming store slated to open on Yonge Street in Toronto. The chain, owned by High Tide Inc., originates in Alberta and could become a household name across Canada. According to the company’s website, the ...

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Dana Larsen on Fighting for Vancouver’s Dispensaries: Court Cases, Injunctions, Exclusion Zones, and Outdated Bylaws

DANA LARSEN ON FIGHTING FOR VANCOUVER’S DISPENSARIES: COURT CASES, INJUNCTIONS, EXCLUSION ZONES, AND OUTDATED BYLAWS MIKE O BUSINESSCANNABIS CANADACANNABIS LEGALIZATIONCULTUREFEATUREDINTERVIEWLAWMARIJUANA LEGALIZATION

Article by Mike O, Cannabis Life Network CLN caught up with prominent cannabis activist Dana Larsen for an update on Vancouver’s unlicensed dispensaries and their ongoing fight to stay open. Dana also told us why he thinks the City of Vancouver should rewrite it’s restrictive cannabis bylaws, why the dispensary exclusion zone in the Downtown Eastside is misguided and wrong, the ongoing battle of Vancouver’s ...

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Highlife, Sudbury Cannabis Store, Announces Friday Opening

Sudbury Highlife, Sudbury cannabis store, announces Friday opening Social Sharing Facebook Twitter Email Reddit LinkedIn New Sudbury store was originally scheduled to open April 20 CBC News Highlife, a cannabis store in New Sudbury, is expected to open this Friday after several weeks' delay. (Jamie-Lee McKenzie/CBC)

Aritcle by CBC News It’s the green light that Highlife has been waiting for. In a press release Tuesday, Highlife, New Sudbury’s cannabis store, announced it was planning to open its doors Friday morning. Last week, Ontario’s Alcohol and Gaming Commission said the store needed to pass one final inspection before opening. The store, which was touted as northern Ontario’s ...

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‘Price-Conscious’ Pot Consumers Find Backyard Planting Way Cheaper

Business 'Price-conscious' pot consumers find backyard planting way cheaper Social Sharing Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Email Reddit Will police enforce limit of 4 plants per household? That depends CBC News In his backyard in Guelph, Ont., botany student Soltys says he's excited to grow cannabis legally. (Rob Krbavac/CBC News) He only has one worry: people stealing his stash. Matt Soltys grew his four legal cannabis plants from seeds starting in February. Now the weather is warm enough to transplant them to his backyard garden. (Rob Krbavac/CBC News)

Article by CBC News For the first time, Canadians are busy planting weeds in their gardens, rather than trying to prevent them. Or more accurately, they’re planting “weed” in their gardens. The federal Cannabis Act specifies that each household can cultivate up to four plants — either indoors or out. Manitoba and Quebec have opted to prohibit homegrown cannabis, but ...

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Former Penticton Cannabis Dispensary Owner Going to Trial

Pot shop owner going to trial Colin Dacre Jukka Laurio inside his Okanagan Falls cannabis store, Jan. 2018

Article by Colin Dacre, Castanet Former Penticton pot shop owner and two-time mayoral candidate Jukka Laurio is taking his case to trial in the B.C. Supreme Court. Laurio appeared in court Tuesday to plead not guilty to one count of possession for the purpose of trafficking in relation to the May 2018 police raid on his cannabis store in OK Falls. He elected ...

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Sudbury Highlife Owner Says He’s Happy and Relieved to be Opening His Doors

Highlife owner says he's happy and relieved to be opening his doors After weeks of waiting, HighLife owner Anton Lucic says he relieved 15 42 m by: Darren MacDonald The HighLife store on Marcus Drive, Greater Sudbury's second cannabis retail store, will open May 24 at 9 a.m. (File)

Article by Darren MacDonald, Sudbury.com By this time next week, Greater Sudbury will have two cannabis stores, and the owner of the HighLife store on Marcus Drive couldn’t be happier. “I’m super happy,” Anton Lucic said Friday. “And I’m relieved, I guess. But more than anything, I’m really excited to get going.” Lucic was one of two lottery winners picked ...

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Ontario Provincial PoliceBust Illegal Cannabis Shop in Caledonia

OPP bust illegal cannabis shop in Caledonia NEWS May 20, 2019 The Sachem OPP say they raided an illegal cannabis storefront on Sutherland Street in Caledonia on May 17. - Tracy Gilbart/Torstar

Article by The Sachem A 36-year-old Haldimand County man faces numerous charges after police raided an illegal cannabis shop in Caledonia last week. On May 17, the Organized Crime Enforcement Bureau of the Ontario Provincial Police searched the storefront on Sutherland Street. As a result, police seized a quantity of illegal cannabis. Brian Haskett has been charged with five counts ...

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