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    Our organization has a successful history in retail sales and putting the customer first. We understand the importance of providing a positive and engaging experience for our customers and we are driven by developing relationships within the communities we serve.

    We are delighted to be at the forefront of this newly developed industry and our goal is to provide our customers with a safe, educational way to purchase their favourite cannabis products. Our staff aim to understand your needs and requirements and will work with you to ensure that your experience is nothing short of delightful.


    As one of the first businesses to be issued a retail licence under the new Ontario AGCO license regime and forthcoming store applicants, we are currently securing locations for our stores. Details to follow!


    What is THC?

    Tetrahydrocannabinol is a cannabinoid found in cannabis. It is the main psychoactive compound and results in the feeling of being ‘high’ after consumption.

    What Cannabis products are legal in Canada?

    In Canada, customers have the opportunity to purchase and enjoy a variety of cannabis products. Currently retailers are allowed to offer dried cannabis flower, beverages, edibles, topicals, and extracts (including oils and capsules).

    What is CBD?

    CBD is short for cannabidiol, and on its own does not induce feelings of being high. It is the second most common of the active ingredients in cannabis.

    How can I purchase from your store?

    Currently, we are equipped to handle click and collect ordering, purchasing through our self serve tablets, direct purchase at our counter, and shopping with the help of one of our knowledgeable staff members.

    Cannabis for non-medical use is now legal in Canada

    Cannabis for non-medical use is now legal in Canada subject to the federal Cannabis Act (Bill C-45). Under the federal legalization framework responsibility for cannabis distribution, retail sales, and rules regarding public consumption fall to individual provinces. In Ontario, cannabis retail sales are available online exclusively through the Ontario Cannabis Store, with private retail storefronts anticipated to open by April,

    Cannabis edibles in high demand but not quite a jackpot for Toronto store owners facing shortages

    Cannabis customers are gobbling up the new edible products introduced this week in Ontario’s legal pot shops. Stores are selling out of the pot-laced gummies, cookies and chocolates — as well as new vape and tea products — as soon as they hit the shelves, several proprietors say. “They are going very, very quickly,” says Lana Paraskevopoulos,