Would-be cannabis shop owners in Ontario have just a few weeks left to pass through intense regulatory hoops if they hope to be selling marijuana by April.
Most likely some of them will be unable to open in time to meet the government deadline, industry insiders say. With just a month and a half to go, only eight proposed shops across the province have submitted their retail store applications.
What many had thought would be a chance to make a quick buck reselling one of Ontario’s first 25 pot shop licenses is turning out to be a nightmare of red tape and regulation.
– Read the entire article at The Star.