Cannabis laws in Canada changed in November, but the changes continue to unfold across the country. In Ontario, municipalities can decide whether they want to allow brick-and-mortar stores that sell cannabis. The Township of Uxbridge is currently asking residents for their opinions with paper surveys found in Township locations or online. Mayor Dave Barton says council is trying to get a feel for opinions. The surveys are open to the public until January 10th, and will be part of Council's decision making process. As of April 2019, stores in municipalities allowing cannabis sales will be allowed to open their doors.
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