Archive: City of Toronto Licensing and Standards Committee – Cannabis
The Licensing and Standards Committee‘s primary focus is consumer safety and protection, with a mandate to monitor, and make recommendations on the licensing of business and enforcement of property standards.
|Licensing and Standards Committee|
|Meeting No.||21||Contact||Julie Lavertu, Committee Administrator|
|Meeting Date||Monday, September 18, 2017||Phone||416-397-4592|
|Start Time||9:30 AMemail@example.com|
|Location||Committee Room 1, City Hall||Chair||Councillor Cesar Palacio|
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Declarations of Interest under the Municipal Conflict of Interest Act
Confirmation of Minutes: June 14, 2017
Speakers/Presentations: A complete list will be distributed at the meeting