A second application for a private pot shop in London has been filed with the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario.
A filing on the agency’s website shows the application comes cannabis producer Tweed Inc.
Word broke Thursday that cannabis company Canopy Growth and Quebec convenience store giant Couche-Tard were teaming up to support the location at 1025 Wellington Rd — that’s the same plaza that’s home to Chapters and David’s Bridal.
Londoners have until March 7 to file objections or a submission about the application through the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario.
Last week, the first application for a recreational marijuana store in London was filed by Christopher Comrie, who hopes to open up a store in a commercial plaza at Wonderland Road and Oxford Street.
The store would be called Central Cannabis and the application with the province’s pot shop is for 666 Wonderland Rd.
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The government is only allowing seven pot shops for a large swath of western Ontario that stretches from Windsor to Hamilton and the Niagara Peninsula.
Province-wide, 25 brick-and-mortar stores are allowed to open as of April 1.
— With files from The Canadian Press.