Ontario plans to have 150 state-run dispensaries by July

The biggest province in Canada plans to sell cannabis and construct 150 government-run stores after the country legalizes social cannabis in July.

The Ontario government said cannabis will only be sold at specific stores or a government-run website. The move will make all private dispensaries on the province illegal.

Cannabis will be available for adults 19 and older, and each province will devise rules for the social cannabis industry following Ontario.

After July, Canada will be the second country to legalize cannabis nationwide after Uruguay.