Cannabis Street – Eglinton W

Cannabis Street – Eglinton W reviews

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  • Monday 10:00 - 22:00
  • Tuesday 10:00 - 22:00
  • Wednesday 10:00 - 22:00
  • Thursday 10:00 - 22:00
  • Friday 10:00 - 22:00
  • Saturday 10:00 - 22:00
  • Sunday 10:00 - 22:00

Cannabis Street is an AGCO licensed retailer of Cannabis products and accessories. Our Cannabis products are ordered weekly from the OCS, we receive new products every Saturday before the end of the day. Our premium accessories and glassware are sourced and supplied by the Canadian suppliers Humble & Fume, and West Coast Gifts, both companies curate high quality and unique lines of product that we order from monthly. Please ask about specialty accessories and glass that you’d like to get your hands on! Cannabis Street is a family-owned business – the owners, Kamal and Ranjit Dhillon are advocates for the recreational and legal use of cannabis products, and their goal in the industry is to create awareness and education surrounding the safe use of cannabis while helping customers achieve their desired journey. We source a unique and flexible menu for any cannabis preference or price point that you need, we have anything you need at the right price!

Our York location is our First and flagship Toronto store and its theme and décor are surrounded in Peace & Love – meant to provide a laid back, relaxing, and fun experience for customers (when in-store shopping resumes). Our Colorful store with murals, retro references, and sleek modern displays will transport you back to the 70s for a guaranteed groovy shopping experience, while still providing you with a professional and friendly customer service experience. Our store hopes and works to honor the great foundational work that older generations have laid with the cannabis decriminalization movement and plan to commit to donating to charities like Cannabis Amnesty in the future to help aid prisoners who are fighting Cannabis charges – No one should be in jail for Cannabis, and we must not forget to consider and honor these people who are still being criminalized for a crime which no longer exists. It is a privilege to be able to consume legally and we cannot forget that.