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Second Cannabis Store Proposed For Waterdown

Second cannabis store proposed for Waterdown Application for cannabis retail location at 64 Hamilton St. N. NEWS 01:31 PM by Mac Christie Flamborough Review Marijuana plants. - Torstar file photo

Article by Mac Christie, Flamborough Review A second cannabis retail shop application for Waterdown is in progress with the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO). The proposed store, which is named SpiritLeaf 64 Hamilton St. N. in documents on the AGCO website, is slated to be located at 64 Hamilton St. North, Unit 2A. The application has been put ...

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Huron Man Opens Stratford’s First Retail Pot Store

Huron man opens Stratford’s first retail pot store Scott Nixon Scott Nixon Owner Bob Rowe of the Exeter area, left, and retail store manager Jason Clarke of St. Marys pose for a photo inside Crossroads Cannabis, located in the No Frills plaza at the west end of Huron Street in Stratford. Crossroads opened May 25 and is the first cannabis retail store to open in Stratford and within the geographical boundaries of Perth County. Galen Simmons/ Postmedia Network

Article by Scott Nixon, Clinton News Record Stratford’s first recreational cannabis store opened its doors May 25, and the man behind it is Exeter-area entrepreneur Bob Rowe. Crossroads Cannabis opened in Stratford’s No Frills plaza at 618 Huron St. and was very well received, owner Rowe recently told the Times-Advance. He said there was a line-up during the morning opening, ...

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Thrive Cannabis Partners With Canary RX, Expands Operations In Ontario

Thrive Cannabis Partners With Canary RX, Expands Operations In Ontario Jelena Martinovic , Benzinga

Article by Jelena Martinovic , Benzinga Thrive Cannabis confirmed Thursday it has teamed up with Canary RX Inc. to expand its cultivation and processing capacities. Under the joint venture deal, Simcoe, Ontario-based Thrive will supervise operations and handle the indoor cultivation at the Canary’s 44,000 square-foot facility. The facility, which Canary never commissioned, is located in Southern Ontario. In return, the manufacturer of craft cannabis concentrates and dried flower ...

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The Ultimate Stoner’s Guide to Toronto


Article by Andre Powell, Cannabis Life Network With Toronto becoming one of the newest hotspots for cannabis tourism, we’ve created the ultimate stoner’s guide to Toronto so you’ll know exactly where you must visit during your next trip. HotBox Cafe is a must-visit cannabis-lounge for every stoner Located in the heart of Kensington Market, HotBox Cafe is a BOYB cannabis lounge where guests are encouraged to spark up and enjoy the afternoon. ...

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COVID-19: Survey Finds Canadians Smoking More Pot During Pandemic

COVID-19: Survey finds Canadians smoking more pot during pandemic Premium content Tiffany Crawford, Postmedia News A new survey suggests that nearly a third of Canadian cannabis users are smoking more pot because of the pandemic.

Article by Tiffany Crawford, Postmedia News via The Chronicle Herald While reports suggest more people are drinking alcohol as a result of the pandemic, a new survey suggests Canadians are also smoking more pot. Deloitte’s Global State of the Consumer Tracker has been monitoring Canadian’s anxiety levels, safety and wellbeing concerns, consumer travel sentiment, as well as new spending habits and emerging consumer personas. ...

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Thousands Rally in Toronto to Protest Racism in Wake of the Death of Just Compassion Budtender: Regis Korchinski-Paquet

Toronto Thousands rally in Toronto to protest racism in wake of the death of Regis Korchinski-Paquet Social Sharing Facebook Twitter Email Reddit LinkedIn Protest comes on the heels of high-profile, police-involved deaths in both Canada and the U.S. CBC News Sore Sanni, 17, holds a sign at a rally in Toronto on Saturday following the death of Regis Korchinski-Paquet, who fell to her death from an apartment balcony in Toronto's High Park neighbourhood on Wednesday. (Lorenda Reddekopp/CBC) Some thousands of people marched along downtown Toronto streets on Saturday afternoon. (Michael Charles Cole/CBC) Protesters hold signs in front of Queen's Park on Saturday. (Michael Charles Cole/CBC) What happened in the moments leading up to Regis Korchinski-Paquet’s death remains unclear. (Regis Paquet/Facebook) Thousands of people are taking part in a rally on downtown Toronto streets on Saturday in protest of what organizers describe as anti-black and anti-Indigenous racism around the world. 8:03

Article by CBC News Thousands of people took part in a rally downtown on Saturday to protest racism around the world and to demand answers in the death of 29-year-old Toronto resident Regis Korchinski-Paquet. “It’s important for me to be here because if I’m not here then who else is?” Sore Sanni, 17, told CBC Toronto at the rally. “All lives will ...

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Ontario Cannabis Retailers Want to Hold on to Delivery

GROW NEWS & POLICY BUSINESS Ontario cannabis retailers want to hold on to delivery Peter Smith

Article by Peter Smith, Daily Hive When Ontario’s cannabis retailers awoke to find that Doug Ford’s government had quietly removed them from the list of essential businesses in March, there was mild panic. While stores had the weekend to stress about shuttering the main point of sale in a new industry across Ontario, by the next Monday, they’d been allowed ...

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