Crossroads Cannabis will be celebrating Canada’s birthday by donating $1 from every sale on July 1st to families of fallen Canadian soldiers through the Support Our Troops fund. This donation will then continue every Friday through to the end of the year. 


Crossroads owner Bob Rowe has a deep passion for supporting Canadian Troops and is also the founder of Freedom Syrup, a Maple Syrup operation in Huron County. He and a group of loyal volunteers have been making maple syrup for 11 years. The proceeds from Freedom Syrup go to the families of fallen Canadian soldiers and to date, Freedom Syrup has donated over $100,000 to the fund. “I’m proud to be a Canadian, and I support our troops both past and present who have fought for the freedom of Canadians and others around the world. It is heartwarming to support those that have lost love ones or suffered from the affects of combat.” says Rowe. 


Crossroads Cannabis which opened its doors at the end of May is Perth County's first recreational cannabis store and one of Ontario's first non lottery stores. Crossroads is passionate about helping customers discover, navigate and enjoy the world of recreational cannabis and the role it can play in their lives.