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“We have high-quality and innovative products,” said Brittany Balandis, director of marketing. “We have knowledgeable and experienced guides to help pick out the best medication for you and your needs. We also have trained and licensed pharmacists on staff to help answer any questions you may have about the product.”

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Canada House Wellness Celebrates Opening Of Its Newest Clinic in Barrie, Ontario

Medical cannabis company Canada House Wellness Group (CSE:CHV) announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Canada House Clinics Inc., celebrate the grand opening of its newest clinic in Barrie, Ontario, on Friday, October 22.

“We are proud to expand our support of Veterans to Barrie,” Alex Kroon, president of CHC, commented.

The Barrie location has undergone special renovations by our veteran advocate, Glen Coyle, to serve as a safe place for veterans requiring a wide range of support.

“As a veteran, I understand the needs of my fellow brothers and sisters,” Coyle said. “I wanted to create a welcoming space that also allows CHC to do its great work.”

Trulieve Continues To Bolster Its Retail Footprint In Florida And Pennsylvania

Trulieve Cannabis Corp. (CSE:TRUL) (OTCQX:TCNNF) has opened yet another store in Florida on the heels of opening its 100th retail location in the state.

Formerly branded as Harvest House of Cannabis, the shop located at 1315 Homestead Road N in Lehigh Acres has been selling cannabis since Thursday, October 21.

On Friday, the Tallahassee-based company re-opened another Harvest dispensary at 10339 San Jose Blvd. in Jacksonville, bolstering its retail footprint in

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The Crystal Lake City Council approved a marijuana dispensary in the building of a former Culver’s restaurant. It will be the second dispensary in McHenry County.

The petitioner for the dispensary is CL Dispensary LLC, which is looking to open a dispensary at 501 Pingree Road in Crystal Lake. The building was a Culver’s restaurant that relocated in 2018 down the street to 400 Pingree Road.

The City Council’s Planning and Zoning Commission voted 4-3 to approve a special use permit for a cannabis dispensary during their Tuesday meeting. The petitioners said the dispensary would sell recreational marijuana.

The Planning and Zoning Commission also granted a variation to reduce a 500-foot religious establishment buffer to a 350-foot buffer.

Tara Meyer, a representative for AmeriCanna Dream, said $1 million worth of improvements will be made to the vacant building and property.

The store will hire approximately 30 full-time employees, Meyer said. Business hours will be 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Monday through Thursday; 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday; 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Sunday.

Meyer said the company expects to generate $500,000 in annualized tax revenue for Crystal Lake. AmeriCanna Dream is expected to be the second cannabis dispensary

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With a 20-foot inflatable spider perched on its roof and an overgrown forest recreated just inside the front door, a dispensary in a corner of the northeast U.S. infamous for its witch trials has fully enveloped itself in the creepiness of the season.

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A deal on a bill to legalize marijuana in Rhode Island is finally coming together, legislative leaders said this week.

While there are still certain outstanding issues to resolve such as which agency should be tasked with regulating the market, lawmakers have made significant progress and have reached compromises on a number of topics, Sen. Josh Miller (D), sponsor of one legalization proposal, said during a panel hosted by Johnson & Wales University.

Miller warned that he couldn’t be especially specific on details given that negotiations are ongoing, but he expressed optimism that legislators are nearing an agreement.

One issue that’s nearing consensus concerns the number of marijuana business licenses that could be authorized. Miller’s bill, which was approved by the Senate earlier this year, proposed as many as 150 cannabis shops, whereas Gov. Dan McKee’s (D) plan called for 25 and Rep. Scott Slater (D) wanted just 15 in his separate House bill.

The senator said that “we’re probably down to more in the 30, 40 range.”

Expungements is another issue that’s being sorted out. There’s agreement that the social justice component should be included in whatever legislation ultimately passes, but Miller explained that there are

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Jushi Holdings Inc. Opens its 25th Retail Location Nationwide, 16th BEYOND / HELLO™ Store in Pennsylvania and 3rd Location in the Scranton Area through its Subsidiary, Franklin Bioscience – NE LLC

BEYOND / HELLO™ Stroudsburg to Begin Serving Medical Marijuana Patients in the Popular Poconos Town on October 27th at 10:00 a.m.

BOCA RATON, Fla., Oct. 22, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Jushi Holdings Inc. (“Jushi” or the “Company”) (CSE: JUSH) (OTCQX: JUSHF), a vertically integrated, multi-state cannabis operator, announced the opening of its 25th retail location nationwide and its 16th BEYOND / HELLO™ medical marijuana dispensary in Pennsylvania through its subsidiary Franklin Bioscience – NE LLC. BEYOND / HELLO™ Stroudsburg will begin serving Pennsylvania medical marijuana patients and caregivers on Wednesday, October 27, 2021, at 10:00 a.m., providing a best-in-class in-store experience, coupled with the ability to make online reservations through beyond-hello.com for curbside and in-store express pickup.

BEYOND / HELLO™ Stroudsburg, located at 852 N 9th Street, occupies a 3,000 square foot standalone building on the main commercial street in town of the Poconos area, a popular year-round tourist destination that draws visitors from

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A Chicago-based medical marijuana company is spending $170 million to expand in Pennsylvania through a pair of acquisitions which include a Lancaster dispensary and a Mount Joy growing-and-processing operation.

Cresco Labs recently agreed to buy three Cure Penn dispensaries, including one here on Fruitville Pike in the former Kmart Plaza, plus dispensaries in Philadelphia and Phoenixville (near King of Prussia) for $90 million.

The Fruitville Pike store is the county’s oldest dispensary, opening in March 2018 and operating seven days a week. It has nearly 20 employees.

The Cure Penn dispensaries will join Cresco Labs’ five dispensaries operating under the Sunnyside brand, including a Wyomissing location that opens today.

“We’re continuously focused on normalizing the cannabis-buying experience,” said William Butler, Cresco Labs’ senior vice president for retail, in a prepared statement. “Our goal is for patients who prioritize their health and wellness to feel as comfortable buying cannabis products as they do visiting a supermarket or fitness center.”

The acquisition is expected to be completed by year-end. When that happens, the three Cure Penn dispensaries will become Sunnyside locations. However, they already carry some Cresco Labs products, including the Cresco, Remedi and Good News brands, as Cresco Labs is the

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