Cannabis shop Ganjika House opening doors in Brampton Monday

News Mar 31, 2019 by Graeme Frisque Brampton Guardian

After years of political and legislative wrangling, legal cannabis retailers will finally open across the province on Monday, including one in Brampton.

According to signage at its 186 Main St. location and website, Ganjika House open its doors on April 1, the first day legal pot shops are allowed to operate since recreational cannabis use became legal last October.

“Hello from Ganjika House, a neighbourhood cannabis shop. You’re always welcome to stop by for quality products and good vibrations,” reads the new retailer’s website.

On its site, the shop says it offers “a wide selection of high-quality flowers, oils and accessories.”

According to a report in the Toronto Star on March 25, not all of the 25 retailers to receive licences in a provincial-government-run lottery earlier this year will be ready to open.

Operators not open by April 1 may be fined and lose part of a required $50,000 deposit. Those failing to open by set dates after that will lose more, or all of their deposits.

“We will have stores open April 1 and I know that the AGCO is continuing to work to make sure that the 25 that have been approved get their stores open in a timely manner,” Ontario Finance Minister Vic Fedeli told the Star.

“We’ll wait and see on April 1 how many open,” he added.

By all indications, Brampton’s lone government-approved store will be one of those meeting the April 1 deadline.

Visit www.ganjika-house.com for more information.

With file from Rob Ferguson/Toronto Star.

Cannabis shop Ganjika House opening doors in Brampton Monday

News Mar 31, 2019 by Graeme Frisque Brampton Guardian

After years of political and legislative wrangling, legal cannabis retailers will finally open across the province on Monday, including one in Brampton.

According to signage at its 186 Main St. location and website, Ganjika House open its doors on April 1, the first day legal pot shops are allowed to operate since recreational cannabis use became legal last October.

“Hello from Ganjika House, a neighbourhood cannabis shop. You’re always welcome to stop by for quality products and good vibrations,” reads the new retailer’s website.

On its site, the shop says it offers “a wide selection of high-quality flowers, oils and accessories.”

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According to a report in the Toronto Star on March 25, not all of the 25 retailers to receive licences in a provincial-government-run lottery earlier this year will be ready to open.

Operators not open by April 1 may be fined and lose part of a required $50,000 deposit. Those failing to open by set dates after that will lose more, or all of their deposits.

“We will have stores open April 1 and I know that the AGCO is continuing to work to make sure that the 25 that have been approved get their stores open in a timely manner,” Ontario Finance Minister Vic Fedeli told the Star.

“We’ll wait and see on April 1 how many open,” he added.

By all indications, Brampton’s lone government-approved store will be one of those meeting the April 1 deadline.

Visit www.ganjika-house.com for more information.

With file from Rob Ferguson/Toronto Star.

Cannabis shop Ganjika House opening doors in Brampton Monday

News Mar 31, 2019 by Graeme Frisque Brampton Guardian

After years of political and legislative wrangling, legal cannabis retailers will finally open across the province on Monday, including one in Brampton.

According to signage at its 186 Main St. location and website, Ganjika House open its doors on April 1, the first day legal pot shops are allowed to operate since recreational cannabis use became legal last October.

“Hello from Ganjika House, a neighbourhood cannabis shop. You’re always welcome to stop by for quality products and good vibrations,” reads the new retailer’s website.

On its site, the shop says it offers “a wide selection of high-quality flowers, oils and accessories.”

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According to a report in the Toronto Star on March 25, not all of the 25 retailers to receive licences in a provincial-government-run lottery earlier this year will be ready to open.

Operators not open by April 1 may be fined and lose part of a required $50,000 deposit. Those failing to open by set dates after that will lose more, or all of their deposits.

“We will have stores open April 1 and I know that the AGCO is continuing to work to make sure that the 25 that have been approved get their stores open in a timely manner,” Ontario Finance Minister Vic Fedeli told the Star.

“We’ll wait and see on April 1 how many open,” he added.

By all indications, Brampton’s lone government-approved store will be one of those meeting the April 1 deadline.

Visit www.ganjika-house.com for more information.

With file from Rob Ferguson/Toronto Star.