(This is a breaking news story and will be updated.)
Ontario plans to permanently enable cannabis stores to offer delivery and curbside pickup services, the province announced Thursday, in a major boost for the province’s pandemic-hit, adult-use marijuana retailers.
The stores in Canada’s largest cannabis market were first temporarily granted the ability to offer delivery in April 2020 after the pandemic forced the province to shut down most retailers to curb the spread of COVID-19.
The province subsequently extended the provision since then, which had been only temporary until now.
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