Licence Sought For a Third Cannabis Store for Peterborough

Article by Peterborough Examiner

Licence sought for a third marijuana store for Peterborough Public notice period underway for Heritage Plaza location on Lansdowne Street; City of Kawartha Lakes could get first pot shop soon in Lindsay. NEWS 06:04 PM EXAMINER STAFF A cannabis retail store authorization application for The Joint Venture Shoppe has been posted by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario at the former Moksha Hot Yoga at 550 Lansdowne Street W. located at Heritage Plaza on Thursday April 16, 2020 in Peterborough, Ont. - CLIFFORD SKARSTEDT,EXAMINER A cannabis retail store authorization application for The Joint Venture Shoppe has been posted by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario at the former Moksha Hot Yoga at 550 Lansdowne Street W. located at Heritage Plaza on Thursday April 16, 2020 in Peterborough, Ont. - CLIFFORD SKARSTEDT,EXAMINER The Joint Venture Shoppe has applied to the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario to open the third legal marijuana store for Peterborough in the former Moksha Hot Yoga store at 550 Lansdowne St. W. Unit 15 in the Heritage Plaza. The commission has given people until April 28 to comment on the suitability of the location online. - CLIFFORD SKARSTEDT , EXAMINER

An application has been made for a third legal marijuana store for Peterborough, this time one that wouldn’t be in the downtown.

The Joint Venture Shoppe has applied to the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario to open a store in the former Moksha Hot Yoga location at 550 Lansdowne St. W. Unit 15 in the Heritage Plaza.

The commission has given people until April 28 to comment on the suitability of the location here

Peterborough’s first licensed marijuana store, Growers Retail, was opened April 1 by Huge Shops in the former Classic Rattan store at 225 George St. N. in downtown Peterborough after being selected last August in the province’s lottery system.

A few days later, marijuana stores were deemed non-essential services by the province during the COVID-19 state of emergency but the store is still able to sell through online orders with curbside pickup.

The Happy Dayz chain, which operates a head shop at 291 George St. N. in downtown Peterborough, also applied earlier this year for a licence. The application has gone through the public notice stage and is awaiting a decision from the commission on authorization to open.

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