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For questions related to zoning restrictions for cannabis retail stores or cannabis production facilities, please contact the City’s Development Services Office via email or by telephone at 705-325-2622.. There : was no vote to opt-in on licensing cannabis retail stores. Oakville's opt-out position remains in place. For more information, watch the Council meeting on YouTube. , By January 2020, new product classes (cannabis edibles, extracts and topicals) are expected to be available for sale at authorized private retailers and online through the Ontario Cannabis Store. The government of Ontario has announced the AGCO as the regulator for privately run recreational cannabisstores. The store initially promised delivery within three days, but a recent note said it could take up to five days.marijuana smoking penVape cartridge fluid is also similar in marijuana e-cigarettes, except the fluid contains THC (the main active ingredient in cannabis) and sometimes other cannabis components. The market for marijuana e-cigarettes has , grown rapidly as more U.S. states legalize the substance for medicinal and recreational use. But it turned out that, a mere two months before the , AJPM study was revealed, officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned that most of the people who had died from vaping-related injuries had used products containing THC, the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana — the stuff that I had been using, which was supposed to be safe! You’ll notice this is the same price as Yocan’s Dry Hit vape that we recommended above. For science nerds who want temp customization, that is still an incredible pen. But the G Pen Pro is our favorite because anyone can use it. Pick it up, hit the warm-up button, and take the hit. It’s that simple.ontario cannabis stores opening“Knowing there are so few Black-owned stores, I feel privileged and humbled to be able to add our voices to that representation,” she told the “Hopefully it will open up more opportunities for Black people to , get involved in the regulated cannabis space.” "I think we should cap it," said Karen Nguyen, the chief operating officer of Collective Growers, which has a store open in Pembroke, Ont., and Ottawa, with pending approvals to open three more in the nation's capital. The Kingston store marks the 6th location for Spiritleaf, Canada's largest cannabis retail franchise concept. The Calgary-based company is rapidly expanding, with 50 approved permits in Alberta alone, over 20 franchise agreements in Ontario with more than 100 potential stores in development across the nation. Cova will continue to serve as a close partner to ensure that successful expansion.


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