Legal marijuana store addresses

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Legal marijuana store addresses – The SQDC will gradually open some 20 points of sale as soon as the federal act comes into force and effect on October 17, 2018. The first cities confirmed to have one or more stores are:

Legal marijuana store addresses

  • Quebec city – 670 rue Bouvier
    • Quebec city – 2491 chemin Sainte-Foy
    • Levis – 95 route du President-Kennedy
    • Trois-Rivières – 3548 boul. des Forges
    • Drummondville – 965 boul. St-Joseph
    • Montreal (Ville-Marie) – 830, Rue Sainte-Catherine Est (opening during the month of October)
    • Montreal (Peel) – 970, Rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest
    • Montreal (L’Acadie) – 9250, Boulevard de l’Acadie
    • Montreal (Rosemont-Petite-Patrie) – 6872 St-Hubert
    • Rimouski – 110-1 rue St-Germain ouest
    • Mirabel – 13421 boulevard Cure-Labelle
    • Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu – 174 boulevard Saint-Luc suite 114
    • Mascouche – 172, Montee Masson
    • Joliette – 10, Place Bourget Sud (opening during the month of October)
    • Brossard – 9575, rue Ignace (opening during the month of October)

Other points of sale will be added through 2020 to ensure good geographic distribution and as determined by market demand.

We are working with the various municipal partners to ensure that the store opening process initiated by the SQDC is as consensual as possible.

SQDC stores will be conventional storefront and they will be located in areas easily accessible to customers. They will not, however, be found in enclosed shopping centres or malls and will always be at least 250 metres from schools and daycare centres (150 metres in the city of Montreal).

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