Disqualified Ontario Cannabis Shop Applicants Seek Appeal After Challenge Was Dismissed
Group of 11 applicants argues the case raises issues that go beyond the interests of the specific parties.
Lawyers representing 11 people who were disqualified from applying to open a cannabis retail store in Ontario are seeking to appeal after a court dismissed their challenge of the rejection last month.
The group has filed a notice that it is seeking leave to appeal the divisional court decision, saying the three-judge panel erred in finding the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario acted reasonably in interpreting the licensing rules.
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