This Week in Cannabis: Top Stories From Across Canada From Mar. 15-21

Tokyo Smoke Setting Up Shop in Former Flagship HMV Store

According to the latest AGCO applications, Tokyo Smoke is moving into the Yonge Street address that was formerly home to HMV’s flagship record store.

The brand–owned by HIKU, under the Canopy Growth umbrella, already operates a handful of coffee shops throughout the city. The incoming location will be the company’s first outlet to sell cannabis in Ontario similar to the licensed cannabis retailers already operating in Manitoba under the same marquee.

While an opening date has yet to be announced, Tokyo Smoke-brand cannabis is already available for sale online through the Ontario Cannabis Store.

Health Canada Updates Cannabis Addiction-Warning

A sharp-eyed cannabis user on Reddit discovered a development in Health Canada’s cannabis addiction-warning labels since legalization. On a package purchased on legalization day last October, the warning reads, “Cannabis can be addictive. Up to 1 in 2 people who

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