What's more, the SQDC does not know whether the CAQ will count CEGEPs and universities as educational institutions. As a result, the work of some SQDC branches is frozen for the time being. Twelve branches were scheduled to open by October 17, but it appears that the stores on Acadie Boulevard and the one on Saint-Catherine West will not be able to open on time, according to a discovery by TVA News. Nothing has yet been confirmed by the SQDC, however.
Also read: CAQ will not be able to restrict cannabis use everywhere in Quebec in time.
Here are the addresses of all branches that will be open on October 17:
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970 Sainte-Catherine Street West Montreal (to be confirmed)
9250 boulevard l'Acadie Montréal (to be confirmed)
6872 St-Hubert Montreal
670 Bouvier Street Quebec City
2491 chemin Sainte-Foy Québec
95 route du Président-Kennedy Lévis
965 Saint-Joseph Drummondville Boulevard
13421 Boulevard Curé-Labelle Mirabel
3548 boulevard des Forges Trois-Rivières
174 boulevard Saint-Luc suite 114 Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu
172 Montée Masson Lanaudière
110-1 Saint-Germain Street West Rimouski
It will also be prohibited to carry more than 30 grams of cannabis in public and to have more than 150 grams of pot at home. These are figures that cannabis counsellors will remind their clients of since they will not be there to sell, but to ensure safe consumption.
Read also: Everything you want to know about cannabis use in the workplace.