Screenshot of interactive map of cannabis dispensaries in Victoria. (Google Maps)

Victoria’s cannabis shops mapped out

The News offers an interactive look the city’s marijuana dispensaries

With city council continuing to sift through rezoning applications from marijuana dispensary operators in Victoria, and with the pending legalization of cannabis in Canada in 2018, Victoria News offers an interactive look at these budding retailers.

Each point on the map notes a dispensary’s address, whether they have been granted a business licence, if a rezoning application has been submitted, the status of any existing rezoning application and whether the business is existing or proposed.

Legend

IN PROCESS: These dispensaries have submitted rezoning applications to the city and are in the process of being reviewed.

APPROVED: These dispensaries have been approved by the City.

DECLINED: Applications submitted by these dispensaries have been declined.

CANCELLED: Applications were previously submitted, but cancelled.

NOT SUBMITTED: These dispensaries have not submitted rezoning applications to the city.

Click the icon on the upper left of the map beside the title to reveal the legend.

lauren.boothby@vicnews.com

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