Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation’s Cannabis Stores Are Going Old School With Product Behind The Counters

Article by Jean Laroche, CBC News

NSLC's cannabis stores are going old school with product behind the counters Customers will lineup into a queue system and then place their orders with a clerk Jean Laroche · CBC News. At the NSLC locations selling cannabis, customers will line up, place their orders, which clerks will fill from behind a counter, and the order will be placed in a sealed brown paper bag. (Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation)

Nova Scotians nostalgic for the good ole days when buying liquor meant having their favourite brand hand-delivered by a store clerk behind a counter are going to love the new cannabis store model the Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation will be using.

Customers will line up, consult menus and place their orders, which clerks will fill from behind a counter. The orders will then be placed in a sealed brown paper bag.

In the 11 NSLC locations being renovated to include pot sales, the transactions will take place in an area of the store that will be behind a frosted glass enclosure.

The 12th location will be a standalone outlet on Clyde Street in downtown Halifax. That location will be the only one where a buyer will be able to smell product samples.

“All product will be fully sealed, in most cases in medicinal-style bottles,” said Tim Pellerin, the company’s chief operating officer.

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