Earlier this month, the AGCO announced that eight applicants had been selected to go through the licensing process for stores on First Nations reserves, among them an application for one on Nipissing First Nation.
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These applications are all also listed for a location at 20 Simcoe Street South.
The majority of Toronto winners are located within the downtown core.
Another victor was Najla Guthrie, whose store is registered to an address in Toronto's Beaches neighbourhood.
The Ontario government has released the results of its second lottery which will select operators hoping to run cannabis stores in municipalities across the province.
"It was pretty skewed in favour of sole proprietors, which was surprising to me given the tougher requirements this time around", Fraser remarked.
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The 42 applicants will now have until August 28 to apply to receive a retail store authorization when the AGCO will undergo a "full eligibility and licensing review".
There are now 24 legal cannabis stores in operation in Ontario - 13 of them are in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton area, and five of those 13 are located in Toronto proper.
The latest lottery winners appear to be a mix of sole proprietors and numbered companies that could turn out to be part of larger entities, Phillips noted.
Local residents can still have a say on the location of the store.
Those included proving that they can obtain $250,000 in cash or cash equivalents, confirmation from a bank, credit union or caisse populaire that they can get a Standby Letter of Credit for $50,000 within five business days, proof of having secured retail space that available to operate a cannabis retail store out of by October 2019. By contrast, Alberta has issued close to 200 permits to open stores in the province, with at least 50 of those stores up and running.
The commission stressed it will only license applicants and authorize stores that meet all legal and regulatory requirements.
"Even if all these stores up and running, we are nowhere close to having enough retail locations for the population of this province", Fraser said.