Jul 03, 2019

By Bob Komsic

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As some of the first 25 legal pot shops in Ontario that were to open April 1 are still not up and running, the province is announcing 50 more brick-and-mortar stores are slated to open in October.
The Alcohol and Gaming Commission will hold a lottery for 42 retail authorizations.
For this one, applicants will have to demonstrate if they’re selected that they have secured actual space that could be used as a store and that they have the money to open it.
These stores will be distributed regionally, with 13 in the city of Toronto, six across the GTA, 11 in western Ontario, seven to the east and 5 in the north.
Another eight stores will be located on First Nations reserves through a separate process to start in July on a first-come, first-served basis.
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