City officials and police have now sent 64 warning letters to landlords telling them to shutter pot storefronts.
Sixty-four landlords have now received warning letters about renting space to tenants selling marijuana in unlicensed storefront operations across Toronto.
Property owners are told they have three days to shut the businesses down or potentially face stiff fines for contravening zoning bylaws.
However, officials were cagey Friday on the timing of their next step if their warnings are ignored.
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