Few of province's 25 licensed retailers expected to open on Monday.

Inside Nova Cannabis in Toronto's bustling Queen Street West neighbourhood, the shop's budtenders are crowded around a low table, taking whiffs of tiny vials and exchanging their observations.

"Slightly spicy," says one, before jotting down some notes and picking up another sample. The first 25 licensed cannabis stores in Ontario will open for business on Monday.

But just days before, Nova Cannabis, like many of them, still wasn't quite ready for its big moment.

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Nick Boisvert ~ CBC News ~

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