‘Patient support centre’ will have no marijuana on-site
A storefront for medical marijuana patients that was due to open last August will finally open Thursday.
Tweed will open what it calls a “patient support centre” at 100 James St. S., just south of Hunter Street. The company has taken over the former MedCannAccess, which had planned to open a centre there last August but couldn’t get a license.
But Tweed has one, and as of 11 a.m. Thursday, Hamilton will have its first medical marijuana storefront, said Tweed spokesperson Jordan Sinclair.
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