Hemisphere Cannabis Co

With mail-order marijuana sales skyrocketing all across Canada, numerous new dispensaries are opening every day. Customers are increasingly opting for the convenience of purchasing cannabis online. Hemisphere cannabis delivery and UBERWEED are two websites where customers may order marijuana for both medical and recreational purposes.

For individuals who wish to acquire their marijuana online from the comfort of their own homes, this has presented a problem. With so many dispensaries to pick from, each with its own distinct product ranges, pricing points, complicated grading standards and discounts, it’s simply too much information to comprehend. To put it another way: there is just too much selection and too many websites on the internet.

So many people are searching for answers to the same questions on Google that it’s getting difficult to find any information that isn’t repeated ad nauseam. To make matters worse, there is so much bad information out there about cannabis (and other drugs) that no one knows what to believe anymore.

Today, we’ll look at Hemisphere weed delivery (Ontario Cannabis Store) and UBERWEED to see which offers a better value. Our criteria for comparison will be product range, quality, pricing, discounts, and customer service. Let’s get this party started!



What Do You Have to Know about Hemisphere Cannabis Co?

The new chain of recreational cannabis dispensaries developed and operated by Aegis Brands, the new chain of recreational cannabis dispensaries developed and operated by Aegis Brands, has opened its first location in Toronto’s midtown.

In late-2019, Aegis Coffee acquired the former Second Cup and Bridgehead Coffee brands, bringing the company’s total number of coffee shops in Ontario to 66. The parent firm was formed as a consequence of a corporate restructure at the end of 2019.

The first location of Hemisphere Cannabis Co. is at 1703 Avenue Rd., in Toronto.

“It is no secret we have been exploring opportunities within the cannabis industry since early-2018, and we are thrilled to finally be celebrating the launch of Hemisphere Cannabis Co., in Canada,” said Steven Pelton, CEO of Aegis Brands. “With Hemisphere cannabis delivery, we have created an environment entirely focused on matching customers with the right product for their desired experience, whether they are shopping for cannabis for the first time ever, for the first time in a long time, or they are experienced buyers.”

The first Hemisphere weed delivery store is located in a former Second Cup coffee shop. Six more Hemisphere Cannabis Company shops are planned to open in Ontario by the end of the year, according to CEO Pelton, who promises that this isn’t the endpoint.

“We created Aegis with the vision of building a portfolio of amazing brands that can grow and flourish by leveraging the expertise we have developed over 40 years in the Canadian retail and foodservice industry,” Pelton said. “Given our unparalleled access to top tier real estate assets across the country, and the incredible shared services that Hemisphere cannabis delivery will be able to tap into as part of the Aegis network, we truly believe the potential for this brand is limitless.”

In the spring of 2020, Hemisphere Cannabis Company plans to open a dispensary in Toronto. In addition, there will be two locations in Toronto (one near Yonge-Dundas Square and one on Kensington Avenue), one each in Ajax, Ottawa, and Orleans by the end of this year.