Sessions Cannabis Announces Opening of Sault Ste. Marie Location

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Sessions Cannabis (Sessions) has become the fastest growing cannabis retail brand in Ontario with expansion plans that will see 30 new stores opening across Ontario this year including their upcoming Sault Ste. Marie location. Sessions in the Soo storefront will be conveniently located at 216 Second Line West, across from Tim Horton’s and beside Subway.

Sessions retail stores are designed as open concept environments where customers can comfortably browse some of the industry’s most reputable and popular cannabis brands. Sessions staff, aptly referred to as budtenders, are available to provide a wealth of information to help consumers discover exactly what they are looking for. “We like to say ‘Your next Session starts here’ because we want consumers to consider shopping for cannabis to be a part of the cannabis experience they look forward to,” notes Steven Fry, CEO of Sessions Cannabis.

Sessions has partnered with two local residents born and raised in Sault Ste. Marie with deep roots in the community, and who have long been committed to bringing a convenient and accessible cannabis store to the area.

The Sessions team has done an impressive job growing the brand while navigating continually updated regulations. Fry notes, “We have curbside pickup and same-day delivery available, both of which are performing well at our other locations. We will continue to remain nimble as guidelines change while never compromising customer service.”

Grand Opening information for the Sessions store will be shared closer to the planned opening this summer, pending the ‘green’ light from the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario.

More information and updates about Sessions Cannabis can be found online at www.sessions.ca

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  1. I used just medical marijuana for 7 months, things were good , but the plant is overpriced and I was forced to go back on pills , then I was put on a third pill to counteract the side effects of the other two. There is no care in health care if people can’t afford what works for them

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