City Relaunches Pot Survey
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The City of Windsor is restarting the Storefront Cannabis survey following new funding information supplied by the province.
In the original survey, released on Friday, the opt out information indicated funding would be capped at $10,000 dollars. New information from the province is that Windsor will receive a first payment from the Ontario Cannabis Legalization Implementation Fund in January 2019 in the amount of $253,279 regardless of whether we opt-in or opt-out.
This funding is based on 2018 MPAC household numbers. If we opt out by January 22, 2019, however, the second payment from the Fund will be capped at $5,000. If we don’t opt-out the second payment will be based on household numbers and will not be capped at $5,000.
Previous results of the storefront cannabis survey will be deleted and the new results will be compiled between now and January 4th, 2019. The information will be shared with Windsor City Council to aid in their decision ahead of the province’s January 22, 2019 “opt out” deadline.
You can find the survey here.