Brampton’s cannabis shops are growing. The third cannabis shop in the city opened on December 31, 2020, the fourth in mid-January, and its fifth opened February 1, 2021.
The first one was Ganjika House which opened April 2019 and was followed up by Dutch Love (formerly known as Hobo) in July 2020.
The POTery, which opened New Year’s Eve, is located at 239 Queen Street East, making it the city’s third Ontario government-authorized pot shop.
It is independently-owned by Bramptonians Deep Sihota and Matthew Dundee, who are brothers-in-law. Employees of the POTery are called “potanists” and the store promises a high level of customer service.
The two want to do their part to remove the stigma they believe is still attached to recreational cannabis use, and part of that is makign everyone feel welcome in their shop. They want everyone to feel comfortable shopping and asking questions any time.
Current COVID restrictions mean can have your order delivered or you can pick it up curbside. Of course identification showing that you’re 19 or over will be required.
The fourth government-authorized weed retailer in Brampton is called HiBuzz and it opened sometime in mid-January. The store is located at 40 Rivermont Road Unit D2 (not far from Steeles Avenue West and Heritage Road).
During the current COVID restrictions, HiBuzz has curbside pickup and delivery options. There are further instructions on their website here: hibuzz.ca.
The fifth and newest government-authorized weed retailer in Brampton is called Dab Cannabis and they opened February 1.
Dab is located at 227 Vodden St E unit 15, in Centennial Mall. It’s around the side next to Grabb-A-Pizza and City Eco Drycleaners.
Of course with COVID restrictions customers will still be looking at only the curbside pickup option at this time, but you can conveniently order online here: dabcannabisstore.com.