Another cannabis retail store might be opening soon in Brampton!
The City of Brampton recently took to Twitter to announce that the city was recently notified that the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) just received another application.
#BramCannabis update: The City received notification from @Ont_AGCO that an application has been received for a Cannabis Retail Store Authorization at 2933 Queen St E in Brampton. To provide feedback, please contact the AGCO directly at https://t.co/M2vLSepneX pic.twitter.com/WegGN2Sigk
— City of Brampton (@CityBrampton) June 24, 2019
If approved, this would be the second cannabis shop in the city. Ganjika House, which opened in April 2019, is the city’s first cannabis joint. Located at 186 Main Street South, Ganjika House sells a selection of flowers, oils and accessories from a variety of brands, including LBS, Broken Coast, and Canadian Lumber.
The proposed store will be located at 2933 Queen Street East, Unit E5. According to the AGCO’s website, the store will be called 360 Cannabis. The cannabis shop will be run by Kyle Hildebrand. The application is currently in the 15-day Public Notice Process period, which ends on July 4. If it passes this stage, it will then have to pass the Retail Store Pre-Authorization/Opening Inspection. The AGCO will then either accept or decline the application.
Here is a look at the Public Notice Process period:
Photo courtesy of the AGCO.
The Ontario government will allow a maximum of six cannabis stores in the GTA region (Durham, York, Peel, and Markham).
Do you think another cannabis shop should open in Brampton?