Ontario To Create an “LCBO” For Marijuana – Set to Open 60 Stores in 2018

The CBC is reporting that the Ontario government will announce today that there is a plan in place to create a cannabis control board

The CBC is reporting that the Ontario government will announce today that there is a plan in place to create a cannabis control board and open 60 storefronts to aid in the management and distribution of marijuana in Ontario.

The interesting aspect of this plan is that the new cannabis control board will not be housed in existing LCBO stores as Premier Kathleen Wynne previously suggested.  Additionally, all illegal pot shops in Ontario will be closed down over the next 12 months, so if you enjoy frequenting your local dispensary you will soon be out of luck.

There has yet to be any news on what these new storefronts will be called (CCBO?), what they will look like and when they actually will open, but we will update you as soon as we learn what’s going on.

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