Fire & Flower Receives One of Alberta's First Conditional Approvals for Recreational Cannabis Retail

Published: August 7, 2018

Fire & Flower Receives One of Alberta's First Conditional Approvals for Recreational Cannabis Retail

Fire & Flower, an independent corporate cannabis retailer shared that it has received conditional approval from the Alberta Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis Commission (AGLC). 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.”

As Canada prepares for legalization of recreational cannabis, Fire & Flower congratulates Alberta on their progressive approach on policy development and looks forward to expanding to other provinces across Canada as private cannabis retail is permitted.

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