The Bylaws establishing the regulation of marijuana dispensaries were adopted on July 5, 2016. The District of Squamish began accepting Business Licence applications for marijuana dispensaries starting July 6, 2016 by email   or in person at the Development Services counter, Municipal Hall.

District of Squamish Business Licenses will be issued if all the conditions are met under the following bylaws: View our Bylaw Library .

In the latest sign of marijuana’s continued evolution from contraband to legitimate commodity, two California entrepreneurs on Wednesday unveiled an investment fund aimed at providing seed capital to pot-related ventures.

The fund, Emerald Ocean Capital, plans to steer clear of growing operations and retailers, instead investing in business that support those industries, such as online payment processors, security firms and hydroponic equipment manufacturers. The fund will also function as a venture capital incubator, providing office space within an 8,000-square foot Denver facility to select start-up companies.

The fund began raising money in March, according to Justin Hartfield, one of its two general partners. He portrayed American investors as eager to capitalize on a swiftly growing emerging market with improving prospects, and according to the San Francisco Business Times, the fund aims to raise between $10 and $25 million by the end of this year.

However, only shops with both local permits and state licenses to sell recreational cannabis can open their doors to customers who don’t have doctor’s recommendations for medical marijuana.

The Bureau of Cannabis Control on Dec. 14 started issuing temporary licenses for recreational marijuana sales. Here’s a map of shops that are sanctioned to sell cannabis to adults. The map will be updated frequently, with new state licenses issued each day.

To see a list of shops sorted by county, click the arrow in the upper left-hand corner. Click the arrow under “dispensaries” to see individual shops, then scroll to find your county.

The Bylaws establishing the regulation of marijuana dispensaries were adopted on July 5, 2016. The District of Squamish began accepting Business Licence applications for marijuana dispensaries starting July 6, 2016 by email   or in person at the Development Services counter, Municipal Hall.

District of Squamish Business Licenses will be issued if all the conditions are met under the following bylaws: View our Bylaw Library .

In the latest sign of marijuana’s continued evolution from contraband to legitimate commodity, two California entrepreneurs on Wednesday unveiled an investment fund aimed at providing seed capital to pot-related ventures.

The fund, Emerald Ocean Capital, plans to steer clear of growing operations and retailers, instead investing in business that support those industries, such as online payment processors, security firms and hydroponic equipment manufacturers. The fund will also function as a venture capital incubator, providing office space within an 8,000-square foot Denver facility to select start-up companies.

The fund began raising money in March, according to Justin Hartfield, one of its two general partners. He portrayed American investors as eager to capitalize on a swiftly growing emerging market with improving prospects, and according to the San Francisco Business Times, the fund aims to raise between $10 and $25 million by the end of this year.

The Bylaws establishing the regulation of marijuana dispensaries were adopted on July 5, 2016. The District of Squamish began accepting Business Licence applications for marijuana dispensaries starting July 6, 2016 by email   or in person at the Development Services counter, Municipal Hall.

District of Squamish Business Licenses will be issued if all the conditions are met under the following bylaws: View our Bylaw Library .

In the latest sign of marijuana’s continued evolution from contraband to legitimate commodity, two California entrepreneurs on Wednesday unveiled an investment fund aimed at providing seed capital to pot-related ventures.

The fund, Emerald Ocean Capital, plans to steer clear of growing operations and retailers, instead investing in business that support those industries, such as online payment processors, security firms and hydroponic equipment manufacturers. The fund will also function as a venture capital incubator, providing office space within an 8,000-square foot Denver facility to select start-up companies.

The fund began raising money in March, according to Justin Hartfield, one of its two general partners. He portrayed American investors as eager to capitalize on a swiftly growing emerging market with improving prospects, and according to the San Francisco Business Times, the fund aims to raise between $10 and $25 million by the end of this year.

However, only shops with both local permits and state licenses to sell recreational cannabis can open their doors to customers who don’t have doctor’s recommendations for medical marijuana.

The Bureau of Cannabis Control on Dec. 14 started issuing temporary licenses for recreational marijuana sales. Here’s a map of shops that are sanctioned to sell cannabis to adults. The map will be updated frequently, with new state licenses issued each day.

To see a list of shops sorted by county, click the arrow in the upper left-hand corner. Click the arrow under “dispensaries” to see individual shops, then scroll to find your county.

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The Bylaws establishing the regulation of marijuana dispensaries were adopted on July 5, 2016. The District of Squamish began accepting Business Licence applications for marijuana dispensaries starting July 6, 2016 by email   or in person at the Development Services counter, Municipal Hall.

District of Squamish Business Licenses will be issued if all the conditions are met under the following bylaws: View our Bylaw Library .

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