10/14/2020 | Press release | Distributed by Public on 10/14/2020 13:20
VANCOUVER, British Columbia, October 14, 2020: Wildflower Brands Inc. (CSE: SUN, OTC: WLDFF) (the 'Company') has been granted a Retail Operator License ('ROL') for its wholly-owned subsidiary City Cannabis Co retail store and has met Ontario's eligibility criteria for operating cannabis outlets in the province. The ROL was granted by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario as part of the regulator's plan to increase the number of legal cannabis retail stores in the province. The ROL allows the Company to open up to 30 retail locations in Ontario.
The next step of the process is approval of individual store locations which includes community consultation, store design, build-out, and the necessary permits. Expecting the operator license to take some time, City Cannabis initiated the design and obtained the necessary permits earlier in the year and has now commenced construction.
'Our first store will be our flagship store in Eastern Canada, located on Yonge Street, one of the busiest streets in all of Canada. The location borders the high-end shopping district, the financial district, and has significant commuters all around as it sits on a subway stop and is blocks from the major sporting stadiums.' says Wildflower's CEO, William MacLean. 'With the sheer volume of traffic around this location, we expect this to be one of the top-grossing stores in the country.'
'The Ontario market only has a fraction of the number of storefronts it needs to service the entire market and our Yonge Street location is on the busiest street in Canada. It sees an average of 70,000-100,000 pedestrians walk past this location daily,' Says Krystian Wetulani, CEO of City Cannabis Co. 'We are excited to be able to move forward with our plan to open a number of our one of a kind, high traffic retail locations in the province of Ontario. People will be stunned by our unique aesthetics and design as well as the unmatched quality control that goes into our product selection.'