Only These 13 Ontario Cities Will Likely Have Their Own Legal Only 13 municipalities have opted in to selling weed so far. Only These 13 Ontario Cities Will Likely Have Their Own Legal Cannabis Stores By April 2019 The deadline for Ontario municipalities to opt-in for legal marijuana retailers is drawing closer and closer. Cannabis stores in Toronto aren't going to open in time for April It's looking less and less likely that we'll all wake up on the first day of April to a city where buying weed is as simple as buying beer. Yes, 25 retail cannabis stores in Ontario will legally
21 Feb 2019 The Ontario government is scheduled to roll out their private cannabis retail stores on April 1, 2019, making it the second-last province or
The smoke has cleared surrounding the name and logo of Ontario’s new pot retail regime. Welcome to the Ontario Cannabis Store. But, like a stoner with the munchies, the new look has many observers craving something else. Read more here. Ontario Cannabis Store place to shop for legalized pot in Ontario
Ontario abruptly switches course to allow privately-run marijuana
Kingston’s first legal cannabis store opens its doors - Kingston According to the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO), just 10 stores have been approved to open in Ontario on April 1. However, operators will determine on their own when they will open. Ontario to limit cannabis store licences to 25 for April 1 due to The announcement comes on the same day councillors in Toronto and Ottawa voted to allow privately operated retail stores to open within their boundaries. The only legal way for Ontario residents to currently acquire recreational weed is through a government-run website, the Ontario Cannabis Store, which has experienced its own shortages. Ontario abruptly switches course to allow privately-run marijuana Ontario abruptly switches course to allow privately-run marijuana stores, but they won't open until April 2019
As of April 1, 2019, Ontario's regulated retail market is open for business. Adults of legal age are now legally allowed to purchase cannabis from government-authorized retail cannabis stores. Additionally, consumers may also purchase cannabis online from the Ontario Cannabis Store. Adults are legally allowed to purchase up to 30 grams of dried
LCBO to run 150 marijuana stores | The Star Government-controlled outlets and website will be the only place cannabis can be bought legally in Ontario when Ottawa legalizes sales on July 1. There will be 40 weed stores to start off.