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- October 12, 2018 at 10:07 am #1872
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Private retail licensing and regulation
The government of Ontario has announced the AGCOas the regulator for privately run recreational cannabis stores.
Applying its experience as the province’s regulator of the alcohol, gaming and horse racing sectors, the AGCO’s focus will be on the safe, responsible and lawful sale of cannabis, consistent with the government legislation, once enacted.
The AGCO will move quickly to define the licensing process for private retailers once the legislation has been enacted, and will work closely with the government to support the goal of having private stores licensed and open for business by April 1, 2019.Note that we are not accepting any applications at this time.
More information about regulations and the licensing process will be shared as it becomes available.
- Visit our website agco.ca
- Follow us on Twitter at @Ont_AGCO
- Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “subscribe” to receive updates. Please note that this account is not monitored and has been created solely for the purpose of subscribing to email updates. We will not respond to any inquiries made to this address
Please submit inquires to Customer Service by using the iAGCO portal or call 416-326-8700 (1-800-522-2876 toll-free in Ontario). You do not need an account to make an inquiry.
Information about Ontario’s approach to cannabis legalization can be found at ontario.ca/cannabis.
For more information about the legalization and regulation of cannabis in Canada, please visit canada.ca/cannabis.
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Submit inquiries or complaints through the iAGCOportal or call 416-326-8700 (1-800-522-2876 toll-free in Ontario).
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