Cannabis consumers in Ontario will soon be able to shop direct from cannabis farms, as well as purchase cannabis online for pick-up in stores.
Changes to the cannabis retail landscape were part of the Ford government’s fiscal update this week, but they were notable for their subtlety. Rather than open the market up for private cannabis delivery (for which it canceled a tender process in April), the Ontario Cannabis Store will retain its delivery monopoly.
As a compromise, the province will allow retailers to use a click-and-collect system, whereby customers can call ahead or go online to find out a given store’s available inventory, and reserve products they would then be required to pick up.
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