WeedAdvisor believes that cannabis reconnects us to the wonders of nature.
Family owned and operated, WeedAdvisor is the leading voice and most trusted cannabis dispensary in Canada. We care about our clients, our community and the environment and offer a concierge level of service to the industry. WeedAdvisor provides access to legal, premium cannabis products.
We have created a clean, modern, and environmentally focused space, offering cannabis products as part of a larger lifestyle brand and vision. We pride ourselves in our professionalism, trust, legitimacy and our quality of service and products.
Dedicated to creating positive social change, environmental sustainability and social justice, through education, access to premium products and partnerships, the cannabis-cultured and the cannabis-curious trust WeedAdvisor as the leading voice in legal cannabis use. WeedAdvisor has established corporate locations within Ontario and a family of recreational cannabis dispensaries across Canada which offers entrepreneurs a successful franchise and retail model, supported by cutting edge technology through WeedAdvisor. WeedAdvisor is the leader in the Canadian cannabis retail franchising space.
Gregory Luciani founded WeedAdvisor Inc. in 2016 and is currently the CEO. WeedAdvisor Inc. is a privately held Canadian corporation that is fully licensed by the AGCO and OCS in the province in Ontario to have up to 75 retail cannabis stores. The first store was successfully launched September 8, 2020, in North York, just north of downtown Toronto.
Mr. Luciani owns TravelOnly Inc., one of Canada’s largest networks of retail travel agencies with over 750 travel agency owners across Canada. Prior to TravelOnly, Luciani founded Ping5 technologies, a technology start up that focused on Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and Search Engine Marketing (SEM), which he sold in 2000. He has been a leader in charitable initiatives launching TravelCares, a worldwide program which creates opportunities for vacationers to give back to the destinations they visit and reduce their environmental footprint through volunteer work and monetary donations. Mr. Luciani graduated from the University of Windsor in 2000 with a BA in Economics and a minor in Computer Science in 2000.