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British Columbia allowing cannabis stores to have transparent windows

Hundreds of cannabis retailers in British Columbia are no longer required to block the windows of their respective stores from outside viewing.

The province recently announced its repeal of cannabis window visibility rules in Bulletin 23-04.


The Liquor and Cannabis Regulation Branch (LCRB), the provincial government’s agency responsible for issuing cannabis store licenses, said it is repealing the visibility requirements from the Cannabis Licensing Regulation.

“The lack of visibility into some licensed or authorized cannabis stores is putting cannabis store operators, staff and patrons at risk,” the province said when outlining its decision.

The province said the move will improve visibility into cannabis stores and increase safety for store operators, staff and patrons.

According to B.C.’s Bulletin 23-04, “This change will also provide licensee and authorization holders more flexibility, while ensuring that cannabis and cannabis accessories will not be displayed to people outside the store, in

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