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Do you have an opinion about retail cannabis stores in Mississauga?

If you have any suggestions or need to get your point across about retail cannabis stores, now is your chance to get in the second last word. Mississauga has until Jan. 22, 2019 to decide whether it wants to opt-in or opt-out of privately-operated retail cannabis stores in the community.

The City of Mississauga is weighting its options regarding cannabis retail stores and also on locations where cannabis may be prohibited on city property.

Residents are encouraged to complete an online survey or attend a public information session. The city is also using Forum Research to conduct an independent telephone survey with residents.

This week a public consultation regarding the legalisation of recreational cannabis was held in Mississauga.

Since recreational cannabis became legal in Canada on Oct. 17, 2018, the provincial government has permitted cannabis to be sold online and in private retail stores. -CINEWS

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