National Access Cannabis Receives Licences for Two New Retail Cannabis Stores in Alberta

Published: July 29, 2019

National Access Cannabis Receives Licences for Two New Retail Cannabis Stores in Alberta

National Access Cannabis Corp., Canada’s largest cannabis retailer1, announced it has received two additional licences from the Alberta Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis Commission to open cannabis retail stores in Alberta. The retail stores will be located in Leduc and Calgary. The announcement comes following the previously released news that the AGLC has lifted the moratorium on new cannabis retail licences.

The new retail locations are listed below:

NewLeaf Cannabis – Leduc
103-6207 50 Street, Leduc, Alberta

NewLeaf Cannabis – Calgary
1535, 19 Street NW, Calgary, Alberta

“With seven new licences granted in Alberta since the lifting of the moratorium by the AGLC on May 30th, we continue to expand our private cannabis retailing footprint in Alberta,” said Mark Goliger, CEO of NAC. “Today we have the largest footprint of retail cannabis stores in Canada1, and we expect to maintain this position by continuing to pursue expansion opportunities, particularly in British Columbia and Ontario.”

NAC is the national leader in retail cannabis1. Currently operating in three provinces, NAC has applied for licences in British Columbia and plans to make applications for licences in Ontario. NAC’s experienced team of retail industry professionals is focused on achieving its business plan of having 40 operating stores by the end of calendar 2019, and 110 operating stores by the end of calendar 2020.

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