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Public Cannabis Consumption in Ajax
Ajax residents are divided over whether cannabis retail outlets should be allowed to be consumed in public areas such as parks.

The province’s website now includes a poll that combines both issues, which is available until August 30. City employees are hoping for 500 to 1,000 completed surveys in order to ensure the findings are valid. While Ontario legalized retail cannabis sales on April 1, Pickering denied applications for retail businesses within city limits, pending community input.

Ajax has promised a prohibition on retail cannabis shops, but it will seek input from residents as Ontario works toward the legalization of brick and mortar dispensaries in April.

The province has set a deadline of Jan. 22 for Toronto councils to decide whether to allow marijuana delivery, with financing available to those who take part. Pickering staff anticipate providing an update on Jan. 7 with a work plan and timeline for engaging with the community, and they’ve stated that Ajax has the authority to grant cannabis stores at any time in the future.

The Best Things to do in Ajax
Ajax is a commuter town in the Greater Toronto Area’s eastern section, as well as a popular tourist destination. For visitors, it’s more than simply that since this laid-back suburb lies on Lake Ontario and offers several walking routes and a vibrant culture. Although many people do not usually vacation this far east when visiting Toronto, Ajax is a must-see for tourists of all types, particularly those wanting to get away from the city.

Head to the beach
Paradise Beach sits along the Waterfront Trail, but it is an attraction all on its own. It is the town’s main beach area and is a great place to spend a sunny day. The beach is public, although there are many cottages in the area, some of which are owned by well-to-do Torontonians. Still, it is a friendly strip of waterfront that is great for the whole family. The beach is backed by Paradise Park and its grasslands, trees and picnic tables. There are also benches close to the water where visitors can sit, relax and take in the scenery.

Surround yourself with nature
In addition to the parks along the Waterfront Trail, Ajax is also home to the Greenwood Conservation Area. Nature lovers will be in heaven exploring this area of town. The Greenwood Conservation Area is home to forests, grasslands and a network of hiking trails. The trails are marked with signage that not only lead the way, but also tell hikers of the wildlife and heritage of the area. Go hiking or cross-country skiing along its trails, or enjoy a picnic lunch. It is even possible to go fishing along the creek, which is filled with rainbow trout.

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