Cannabis retailers will probably be allowed to arrange store in Perth, Ont., after the city voted in favour of allowing the shops — regardless of the needs of the mayor.
During the autumn election marketing campaign, John Fenik pledged that if he have been re-elected, he would introduce a movement on the city’s December council assembly calling for a minimal 12-month wait-and-see interval.
Fenik was certainly elected, and on Dec. 18 city council debated whether or not or not to permit the shops locally.
Ultimately, council voted 5 to two in favour of retail hashish, with no year-long hiatus.
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