Home / Politics / A man vapes cannabis at the Hotbox Cafe in Toronto on January 20, 2018. Ontario is considering allowing cannabis lounges and cafes as it moves toward an open cannabis market. BUSINESS Ontario considers cannabis lounges, cafes as part of future open market

A man vapes cannabis at the Hotbox Cafe in Toronto on January 20, 2018. Ontario is considering allowing cannabis lounges and cafes as it moves toward an open cannabis market. BUSINESS Ontario considers cannabis lounges, cafes as part of future open market

TORONTO – Premier Doug Ford’s government said it is considering allowing cannabis lounges and cafes as it moves toward an open market for pot in the province, and is asking the public to weigh in on the proposal.

The government said Monday it will consult on the possibility of so-called “consumption venues” as well as special occasion permits that would apply to outdoor festivals and concerts.

In a posting on its regulatory registry, which closes March 10, the government said it wants to hear from the public before committing to any direction, and gave no timeline to make changes.

By Shawn Jeffords The Canadian Press
Read More Here: www.thestar.com/business/2020/02/10/ontario-considers-cannabis-lounges-cafes-as-part-of-future-open-market.html

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