news Local barber hangs up his scissors and opens a family cannabis shop In this Following Up feature we return to the former Good Times Hairstyles now the CANJA cannabis shop on Surrey Street where getting buzzed has taken on new significance about 7 hours ago By: Troy Bridgeman Siblings, Brian, Lore and Anna Bortolon are partners at Guelph’s fourth licensed cannabis shop, CANJA, at the former location of Goodtimes Hairstyles on Surrey Street. Troy Bridgeman for GuelphToday Brian, Lore and Anna Bortolon inside their newly-opened cannabis shop, CANJA, on Surrey Street. Troy Bridgeman for GuelphToday A plexiglass shield provides extra protection as Anna Bortolon checks the cannabis products inventory with her brothers Brian and Lore at CANJA in anticipation of their grand opening Friday, Dec. 04. Troy Bridgeman for GuelphToday PreviousNext1 / 3 Siblings, Brian, Lore and Anna Bortolon are partners at Guelph’s fourth licensed cannabis shop, CANJA, at the former location of Goodtimes Hairstyles on Surrey Street. Troy Bridgeman for GuelphToday 2 / 3 Brian, Lore and Anna Bortolon inside their newly-opened cannabis shop, CANJA, on Surrey Street. Troy Bridgeman for GuelphToday 3 / 3 A plexiglass shield provides extra protection as Anna Bortolon checks the cannabis products inventory with her brothers Brian and Lore at CANJA in anticipation of their grand opening Friday, Dec. 04. Troy Bridgeman for GuelphToday

Local barber hangs up his scissors and opens a family cannabis shop In this Following Up feature we return to the former Good Times Hairstyles now the CANJA cannabis shop on Surrey Street where getting buzzed has taken on new significance about 7 hours ago By: Troy Bridgeman Siblings, Brian, Lore and Anna Bortolon are partners at Guelph’s fourth licensed cannabis shop, CANJA, at the former location of Goodtimes Hairstyles on Surrey Street. Troy Bridgeman for GuelphToday Brian, Lore and Anna Bortolon inside their newly-opened cannabis shop, CANJA, on Surrey Street. Troy Bridgeman for GuelphToday A plexiglass shield provides extra protection as Anna Bortolon checks the cannabis products inventory with her brothers Brian and Lore at CANJA in anticipation of their grand opening Friday, Dec. 04. Troy Bridgeman for GuelphToday PreviousNext1 / 3 Siblings, Brian, Lore and Anna Bortolon are partners at Guelph’s fourth licensed cannabis shop, CANJA, at the former location of Goodtimes Hairstyles on Surrey Street. Troy Bridgeman for GuelphToday 2 / 3 Brian, Lore and Anna Bortolon inside their newly-opened cannabis shop, CANJA, on Surrey Street. Troy Bridgeman for GuelphToday 3 / 3 A plexiglass shield provides extra protection as Anna Bortolon checks the cannabis products inventory with her brothers Brian and Lore at CANJA in anticipation of their grand opening Friday, Dec. 04. Troy Bridgeman for GuelphToday

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