Marijuana retailer Fire & Flower announced today that the company has received conditional approval from the Alberta Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis Commission (AGLC) to open cannabis retail stores in Alberta.
The company said, under the conditional approval, “Fire & Flower is being considered for final approval for its 37 store licenses in the province of Alberta once the remaining approvals are obtained from all orders of government.”
“This a monumental achievement for our company,” shared Trevor Fencott, Fire & Flower’s Chief Executive Officer. “Receiving conditional approval from AGLC is a key step in Fire & Flower being among the first to market as a cannabis retail shop in Alberta. We look forward to welcoming our guests at our shops across the province in October.”
Fire & Flower is an adult-use cannabis retailer that is aiming to expand and develop opportunities in provinces across Canada as private marijuana retail is permitted. The company said they will provide customers with “expertly curated product selection and a best-in-class, education-driven customer experience.”
The date of legalization of recreational marijuana in Canada is set for October 17.
By Marijuana.Ca Staff