Kayla Goodfield, CP24.com
Published Sunday, March 31, 2019 5:06 PM EDT
Last updated on Sunday, March 31, 2019 5:34 PM EDT
The first legal shop in Toronto is ready to open its doors on Monday morning.
Speaking within the four storey shop level set at 202, Queen Street West, communications officer for The Hunny Pot Cannabis Co. Ltd. said: t with CP24 that the crew are "excited to see the people coming."
“Our focus was from the start starting on 1 April at 9am. And we never left off, ”said Cameron Brown. “We knew that we were going to be open for that first sale and that we are the first Toronto retailer to be open and to make that first sale in the biggest market in Canada. T I can't tell how interesting that is. "
Although the process for a shop was very fast, Brown pointed out that their 50 strong team is ready to serve.
“We have a ton of tunes with the budgets on the side of the product but also the story behind each little bit of our installation is put in place so that the customer can see it,” t said the priest. “We've had quite a lot of staff as it is really important that people coming through the door get a full knowledge of Hunny Pot. They (the staff) have been training all week on the materials, training the process and making sure we have everything to be able to run if we have two of us here or 10,000 people here. ”
The Hunny Pot Cannabis Co-operative was one of three companies in Ontario that received clearance from the Ontario Alcohol and Gaming Commission (AGCO) earlier this month.
Permissions were also given to The Niagara Herbalist in St. Kilda. Catharines, Ont. and Central Cannabis in London, Ont.
The licenses were granted after the provincial government of the first 25 companies who were able to apply for approval in January 11. More than 17,000 stakeholders were approved to receive consent before decisions were taken by AGCO.
The licenses were divided by area, with five in the east of the region, seven in the west, two in the north, and six in the Toronto area of five and five in Toronto.
The private sources which were licensed to open in April 1 are required. The time limit for those who are granted permission but are neglecting in time can be obtained from the provincial government.
A lineup was started by canaan caryma and her assistant Marie Kamara outside The Hunny Pot Cannabis Co. in Co. Clare. on Friday afternoon.
“It's an historic time,” she said.
Sated said the process put forward by the province by the government in Scotland in that it had opened up the legal station in Canada had been "silent".
“It's disappointing but perhaps not surprising how the government decided to go out. First, we had ideas about privatization, open for business and a new draw was replaced by the eligibility criteria for eligibility and it is therefore surprising that only a few resources in the department were ready in time . ”
Leisure marijuana has been legitimately available to Orthodox by online purchase on the Ontario Cannabis Store website from October 17.