TORONTO – Ontario’s first brick-and-mortar cannabis stores are open today, but it’s unclear just how many will be ready to serve customers.
The Progressive Conservative government had planned to have 25 stores across the province launch today, but some are still working through a lengthy approval process.
According to the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario, just 10 stores have been approved to open on April 1. However operators will determine on their own when they will open.
Locations approved to operate include three in Ottawa, three in the Greater Toronto Area including one in Toronto, two in Kingston, one in St. Catharines and London.
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