Ontario announced that will enable private retailers to sell
recreational Cannabis across the province on April 1, 2019.
Cannabis Compliance Inc is ready to serve cannabis companies who want to build cannabis retail outlets across Ontario. We will update our website with relevant details about that once we find out more information once an announcement is made by the Ontario government.
On August 13, 2018, the Ontario Government announced that it is scrapping the previous government’s plans for government-run cannabis stores. In its place, Ontario will be licensing private companies to sell recreational cannabis in brick/mortar retail locations, likely similar to Alberta. It was also announced that the Ontario Government will be conducting stakeholder consultations and seeking industry advice around what the Ontario framework should look like. In turn, this is expected to delay brick/mortar cannabis sales until April 2019. From October 17/19 until April, the Ontario Cannabis Store (OCS) will be selling recreational cannabis through its online store ahead of private stores being licensed.
Cannabis Compliance Inc has been actively consulting for entrepreneurs and corporations entering the retail environment for cannabis, including applications for licensing. CCI supported National Access Cannabis in securing one of the four awarded licences for Manitoba. Contact us today to start the conversation.