Hamilton’s legal cannabis market is going to get crowded in the coming months with retail applications pending across the city.
Forty-eight retail licence applications are being processed by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO). Four of those potential stores are in the process of receiving public scrutiny, the other 44 have passed that stage and are undergoing review by the AGCO.
If all applications are granted, there will be 56 pot shops spread out through Hamilton, from Ancaster to Winona and Waterdown to Binbrook.
New locations are good news for customers in areas of the city that were shut out when the government was granting licences through the lottery system.
– Read the entire article at The Hamilton Spectator.