Three retail Cannabis licences pass AGLC approval

By SANDRA M STANWAY, Brooks Bulletin

While work continues on the city’s retail cannabis bylaw the 21-day objection period at the Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission (AGLC) stage has passed for three companies wanting to set up shop in Brooks.
All initial applications for licensing go to the AGLC which post the company name and proposed address during its objection period.

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