Ontario Passes Emergency Order Allowing Cannabis Dispensaries to Deliver and Offer Pickup

Article by Joshua Freeman, CTV News

TORONTO | News Ontario passes emergency order allowing pot shops to deliver and offer pickup Joshua Freeman Web Content Writer, CP24 A handful of cannabis is shown in Fenwick, Ont., on Tuesday, June 26, 2018. A ash of cannabis company layoffs and executive departures in recent weeks are likely to continue, say experts expecting a rocky year for the industry. Tijana Martin

People looking to get weed from their local pot shops may be in luck a little while longer.

The provincial government on Tuesday passed an emergency order allowing for legal cannabis stores to offer curbside delivery and pickup service.

The order was approved by cabinet and signed into law by Lieutenant Governor Elizabeth Dowdeswell this afternoon, according to a spokesperson from the Ministry of the Attorney General.

While cannabis stores were initially deemed essential businesses by the provincial government, they were excluded from a narrowed list of businesses put out by the province last week.

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