The city ranks 23rd out of 160 cities in Ontario for total cannabis sales, according to figures from the Ontario Cannabis Store
Sault Ste. Marie, you buy a lot of jars.
Five city cannabis outlets raised $ 2,654,000 in the first three months of 2021, according to figures provided to SooToday by the Ontario Cannabis Store (OCS). Le Sault ranks 23rd out of 160 cities in Ontario for total retail sales and ranks 36th in the province for per capita cannabis sales.
A total of 359,000 grams were sold by the city’s cannabis retailers over the same three-month period.
Two new pot stores – Highlife at 625 Trunk Road and Due North Cannabis Co. at 695 Pine Street – have opened in The Sault since that time.
Here are the top ten cannabis retail outlets across Northern Ontario between January and March 2021:
- High life, Sudbury
- Kana Leaf, North Bay
- Cannabis Sessions, Timmins
- Tokyo Smoke, Thunder Bay
- Cheerful Charlie’s, North Bay
- J. Supply Co., Thunder Bay
- Canna Cabana, Sudbury
- Dutch love, Timmins
- Good life, Sudbury
- Bonjour Cannabis, Sault Ste. Married
More than $ 840 million was made by Ontario’s 572 cannabis retail stores and the OCS website between April 2020 and March 2021, with just over 99 million grams sold, according to a report released by OCS earlier this month.
A total of 12,873 complaints were received by OCS during the 2020-2021 fiscal year. The province notes that 72 percent of these complaints were related to vaping.