news Sign In News Sports Entertainment Life Money Opinion All Newspapers Driving Healthing The Growthop Shopping Manage Print Subscription Breadcrumb Trail Links NewsLocal News Cannabis shops converge on Chatham’ Curtis Lemieux, owner of Willy’s 420 Supplies, is shown outside of the King Street West store in Chatham on Dec. 3, 2020. Lemieux plans to eventually move down the street to the former Boyes & Herd Men’s Wear and obtain a licence to sell cannabis. Herbologi is already licensed nearby on King Street and True North Cannabis Co. is planning to open a shop down the street at the former Gray’s China Hall. (Tom Morrison/Chatham This Week) Article Sidebar Share Article content Chatham’s King Street West could soon be home to a cluster of cannabis shops, with one retail store already open and two others planned a short walk away. The first downtown Chatham cannabis store, Herbologi, opened in November at 138 King St. W.

Sign In News Sports Entertainment Life Money Opinion All Newspapers Driving Healthing The Growthop Shopping Manage Print Subscription Breadcrumb Trail Links NewsLocal News Cannabis shops converge on Chatham’ Curtis Lemieux, owner of Willy's 420 Supplies, is shown outside of the King Street West store in Chatham on Dec. 3, 2020. Lemieux plans to eventually move down the street to the former Boyes & Herd Men's Wear and obtain a licence to sell cannabis. Herbologi is already licensed nearby on King Street and True North Cannabis Co. is planning to open a shop down the street at the former Gray's China Hall. (Tom Morrison/Chatham This Week) Article Sidebar Share Article content Chatham’s King Street West could soon be home to a cluster of cannabis shops, with one retail store already open and two others planned a short walk away. The first downtown Chatham cannabis store, Herbologi, opened in November at 138 King St. W.

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