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Here's a list of all the cannabis stores now open in Ontario

Cannabis stores are officially open across Ontario. It took months, but nearly all 25 of Ontario's legal retailers are now officially selling flower, oils, and capsules to the masses in cities across the province.

Here are the cannabis stores now open in Ontario. 

Hunny Pot

Located just steps from Osgoode station, this former New Era hat store spans three floors with flowers, oils and accessories. 


Use the tablets at this small Yorkville shop to contrast and compare 49 different strains of cannabis.

Nova Cannabis

Goodbye American Apparel, hello weed. This Alberta-based brand officially marks the first Nova in Toronto.

Tokyo Smoke

Taking over the iconic HMV building across from Ryerson is this partnership between this popular Toronto brand and the retail license winners.

Canna Cabana

This High Tide-owned chain from Alberta is here to compete with a super convenient location just steps from College station.

Ganjika House

Popping the legal weed cherry in what's aptly known as Ontario's 'Flower City,' Ganjika was the first to open in Brampton.

Central Cannabis

It's easy to spot this pot store on Wonderland Road, thanks to its massive mural.  

J. London

Find this high-end shop on Richmond Row, where customers can buy flower and pipes from Nish Glass while a projector plays videos on the wall.


Not far from White Oaks mall, this is the third cannabis store to open in London, marking the first Tweed location in the province. 

Fire & Flower York Street Cannabis

The super touristy Byward Market just got a lot more fun. This store offers six different categories of product, so you can get exactly what kind of vibe you're looking for.

Hobo Recreational Cannabis Store

This brand comes by way of Vancouver's Donnelly Group, the same people behind the Walrus Pub and Death & Taxes


Sitting on busy Wellington Street is this shop billing itself as the friendly spot where smoking vets and noobs alike can learn more about cannabis.


Arriving in the 175-year-old Smith Robinson, this Calgary-based brand has a stock that includes product from Up Cannabis, the company that's partly owned by members of The Tragically Hip.

Brock Street Cannabis

Operated by Fire & Glower, this branded store marks the 11th of Fire & Flower's to open in Canada. 

Niagara Falls 
Choom Cannabis

Opened in June is this shop from Niagara Square, named after the famous 1970s "Choom Gang" from Hawaii is an attempt to replicate those chill vibes.

Canna Cabana Sudbury 

This High Tide Inc.-owned shop on Long Lake Road was the first Sudbury shop to open, with more than 20 other versions across Ontario.

Highlife Cannabis Sudbury

The second-last retailer to get its license out of all 25 across the province, this shop carries around 350 different lines of cannabis products, along with their own. 

Canna Cabana Hamilton

They've had to scale back hours already due to lack of product, which probably tells you how popular this shop at the Centre on Barton is. 

Hello Cannabis Store

What was once a medically-based service operating from a house on Cootes Drive has expanded into recreational retail as well. 


Durham Region's first pot shop to open was delayed by two months, but now people outside the GTA can finally get their hands on some of that sticky icky.

St. Catharines
The Niagara Herbalist

This store describes itself as a family-owned operation. Selling more than 53 strains of flower, Niagara Herbalist was the first store in the western region of Ontario to apply for a retail license.

RELM Cannabis Co.

Occupying a 4,600 square-foot unit in a plaza on Fairview Street, this is one of the the biggest legal stores in the country right now.

Lead photo by

Hector Vasquez of Canna Cabana Toronto

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