Ontario Government Says Cannabis Deliveries ‘Back on Track’ After Backlog Cleared

Article by CBC News

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The Ontario government says the province’s only outlet for legal recreational cannabis has eliminated its backlog on orders and is “back on track” when it comes to deliveries.

Finance Minister Vic Fedeli says the online Ontario Cannabis Store is returning to its original delivery time of one to three days after grappling with delays since recreational cannabis became legal last month.

The government-run website, however, is still posting a notice that orders will be delivered in three to five business days, and says it could take longer due to rotating postal strikes.

The Ontario Cannabis Store launched Oct. 17 and remains the only way for residents in the province to legally purchase recreational cannabis until brick-and-mortar stores are put in place next year.

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