Take A Look Inside The Legal Cannabis Stores Now Open In Every Province Across Canada
This is so surreal!
It's been a long time coming for cannabis to finally get legalized - considering Canada is only the second country in the world to legalize the drug nationwide, it's a pretty big deal. While provinces such as Ontario and Nunavut made headlines after deciding to not open brick and mortar locations just yet, the rest of Canada has been showing off their new cannabis stores and they look remarkably... similar.
Apparently, all the legal pot shops got the memo to include exposed wood and earth tones in their decor. But, even with the locations looking as if they referenced the same Pinterest mood board, it's definitely surreal to think these stores are now 100% legal and backed by the government.
If you're curious as to how your local cannabis shop differs from others across the country, scroll through and check them out for yourself!
In New Brunswick, no photos or video are actually permitted inside the cannabis stores.
Nova Scotia liquor store preparing for October’s legalized cannabis sales. pic.twitter.com/cLiHiIU3zB— TheBestDank (@TheBestDank) September 1, 2018
Before Alicia purchased her marijuana, she got a walkthrough of the #NSLC store, got to smell bud selections, and took a questionnaire about her favorite strains #TicTocNews pic.twitter.com/dYmWyvqqAY— TicToc by Bloomberg (@tictoc) October 17, 2018
Newfoundland and Labrador
Prince Edward Island
Got a look inside the PEI Cannabis store on Belvedere Ave. As of Wednesday, the store will allow only 19+ inside, online sales will be up and running. In photo: Zach Currie, the province’s Director of Operations for Cannabis. pic.twitter.com/6dMhPz1TMu— Stuart Neatby (@stu_neatby) October 15, 2018
I'm in Winnipeg's first Tokyo Smoke cannabis store. Sales start in 40 minutes, at $9-$16/gram pic.twitter.com/kf4d9JmAkt— Solomon Israel (@sol_israel) October 17, 2018
The Yukon shop definitely went about their location in an odd way. Instead of creating a storefront or adding cannabis to their liquor stores, they decided it would be sold out of one warehouse instead.
North West Territories
The North West Territories is another area of Canada that has opted to keep cannibas and liquor together, deciding it made the most sense to carry the now-legal drug in their NWT Liquor locations.
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