Ottawa city council should vote in terms of allowing one-off shopping shops & they are allowed in the next April, a move that is likely to have the strong support of their residents, according to a homeworkers' report scheduled for Wednesday.
Nearly 24,000 surveyed people responded online for a previous two weeks, but only 16,000 were resident in Ottawa.
The majority of Ottawa respondents – more than 12,000 respondents, or about 80 percent – a & # 39; Supports cannabis retailers. Most said that b & # 39; They would like to buy them in a corporate store rather than buying online.
The report also suggests that Ottawa would receive up to $ 1 million annually from the regional money on cannabis income if it is; provides the opportunity for the shops.
Special Meeting December 13
A new advice received a copy of the report to the end of the # 39; their first meeting. It will not be debated or debated until a special council meeting will be established for Thursday, December 13, when its council also audits from public representatives.
The council has little time to make this decision. The government of Ontario has chosen new councils only to 22 January 2019, to say they want to hold cannabis retailers.
Previously, Jim Watson said earlier, though he did not support a private sales model – it would be a bit worse; They prefer to be sold through the LCBO, as planned by the regional government – he considered the election was not unreasonable.
The government of Ontario has decided on a private sales model that gives some views on towns on which the shops are, or how much they do; may be open. Instead, the Alcol and Gaming Commission will be responsible – the only group that will issue clearance licenses – only for deciding who can get a sale license.