A New Cannabis Store Has Opened in Burlington
A new cannabis shop has opened its doors in Burlington.
Pioneer Cannabis Corp., a national cannabis retail service provider, recently opened the first Pioneer Cannabis Co-branded store.
The store is located at 1200 Brant Street in Burlington, and opened at 10:00 am on August 2nd.
The location is described as “a 4,000 square foot space offering a convenient, premium retail cannabis experience for the communities of Burlington, Oakville, Milton, Mississauga, Hamilton and beyond.”
"I'm thrilled to be opening a Pioneer Cannabis Co. store in Burlington to serve a high-capacity area that borders a combined population of 1.7M people," said Guruveer Sangha, the owner/operator at the location. "Pioneer Cannabis and I share an understanding that getting the right product to consumers in a relaxed, educated, and authentic environment is paramount. I look forward to scheduling cannabis programming in our education room to best serve our local communities' desire to better understand the variety of cannabis products, consumption methods and accessories currently available, as well as new products coming this fall."
Pioneer Cannabis Corp. is a cannabis retail services provider, created in collaboration of two companies: WeedMD Inc. and Pita Pit Canada. The goal is to develop opportunities for entrepreneurial Canadians interested in owning and operating a cannabis retail store.
The values of Pioneer are said to be deeply rooted in community, providing small business owners with the opportunity to thrive and contribute to their local economy.
"With 22 brands and over 80 strains across the dried flower, capsules, oils and pre-rolls segments, all adult recreational consumers will find something that's right for them at this first location," said Kristie Smith, the President of Pioneer Cannabis. "Whether you're a canna-curious novice or canna-savvy cannasseur, or whether you seek an everyday price point or premium flower or accessory, Pioneer Cannabis Co. Burlington has you covered."
Pioneer Cannabis says it plans to continue pursuing retail opportunities within Ontario and other provinces while following current cannabis retail regulations.
For additional information, you can visit the Pioneer Cannabis website here.
Photo courtesy of Pioneer Cannabis Facebook
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