Here's a map of all the cannabis stores in and around Toronto
Cannabis stores in and around Toronto are now a thing. As of April 1, it's now legal to sell weed in the city and these handful of stores are ready to take your money.
Here's a list and map of all cannabis stores in and around Toronto with some currently open and others on the way.
The only cannabis store in Toronto that officially opened on April 1, the name of this place at 202 Queen West isn't a Winnie the Pooh reference, it's actually named for owner Hunny Gawri.
Slated to open at 20 Cumberland in classy Yorkville, this place has a licence issued but hasn't explicitly announced an opening date.
The public notice period for this cannabis store in the former HMV store on Yonge St. ended April 2, but it's still unsure when they will actually be able to start operating.
This store slated to open at 499 Queen West in the old American Apparel space has made their application and has an official website up and running, but has not yet been approved by the AGCO.
This Alberta-based cannabis store chain has made their application for a Toronto location slated to open at 435 Yonge in an old California Sandwiches locaiton but can't confirm a date.
Open at 138 Main Street on April 1, this store is actually owned by CGS Foods Inc., a coconut water company.
Located in a plaza at 4031 Fairview, this sleek shop opened April 1.
This store at 1200 Brant, funnily enough a collab between WeedMD and Pita Pit, has made an application but not been approved.
Situated at 20 Kingston Road West, this store has applied for a license but has not been approved and has pretty much no online presence.
This Hamilton outpost of the Alberta cannabis chain is planning to open its doors at 1317 Barton Street East on 4/20 (April 20).
Originally a medically-based service, this business is looking to open a retail cannabis store at their 57 Cootes Drive location. Their application has been approved, but there's no confirmed opening date yet.
At 575 Laval Drive, this store has made an application but not yet been approved.
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