Canada’s Authority on the Safe Prescribing and Utilization of Medical Cannabis To Open New Location

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New Canadian Cannabis Clinics location to open in Etobicoke, Ontario April 6th

With the opening of this new location, we hope to provide residents of the west GTA who suffer from pain, depression, anxiety, cancer, MS and other chronic conditions with the highest quality of medical care for the use of cannabis as medicine.

Canadian Cannabis Clinics (CCC) (http://www.cannabisclinics.ca), Canada’s authority in the safe prescribing and utilization of medical cannabis, announced today that it is opening a second clinic location in Etobicoke, Ontario.

The new clinic at Lake Shore Boulevard West and Royal York Road – situated to serve residents of West Toronto, Etobicoke, Mississauga, Oakville and Brampton - builds on the success of CCC’s first location in St. Catharines, Ontario.

“We’ve been overwhelmed by the impact that the St. Catharines location has had on the community. Both for residents of the Golden Horseshoe area and for the medical community,” says Ronan Levy, one of CCC’s founders and directors. “Making medical cannabis a real and accessible option for people who have not had success with conventional therapies has truly changed our patients’ lives. And, for doctors in the area who aren’t knowledgeable about cannabis, we are providing them with a safe, trusted avenue to help their patients in a way that wasn’t previously available.”

As with all CCC clinics, the Etobicoke location will operate without any fees payable by patients. In addition, the clinic will provide free in-person cannabis education and strain selection services through CanvasRx (http://www.canvasrx.com).

“West Toronto, Mississauga and Brampton are some of the most underserved areas in Ontario for medical cannabis” adds Levy. “With the opening of this new location, we hope to provide residents of the west GTA who suffer from pain, depression, anxiety, cancer, MS and other chronic conditions with the highest quality of medical care for the use of cannabis as medicine.”

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