8 cannabis delivery and curbside pickup options in Toronto
Cannabis delivery in Toronto is currently rolling out to a weed store near you, and several pickup options are also now available following the welcome news that the government passed an emergency order allowing legal brick-and-mortar cannabis retailers to operate once again.
New restrictions require all purchases to be limited to delivery or curbside pickup, and many businesses are having to make major changes in order to quickly provide these new services.
Here are the cannabis delivery and curbside pickup options currently available in Toronto.
Meta Cannabis, located at 378 Yonge St., has a new service called MetaXpress Pickup, which allows customers to order online and pick up the products in person. Customers will be notified by text when their order is ready.
Tokyo Smoke is now offering Click and Collect services at all their Ontario retail locations. Customers can place an order online with the location closest to them and then head over to pick it up in person.
Sessions is currently providing curbside pickup services starting 15 minutes before opening until 15 minutes before they close. Customers will not be permitted to enter the store but can pick up their order outside 964 Kingston Rd.
Shiny Bud is now providing Click and Collect services. Customers can browse and purchase products online before picking them up in store at 2625C Weston Rd #27.
Bonnefire is currently operating an online store up where customers can order for curbside pickup at 244 Queen St. West. After ordering, customers can call them at (416) 792-0808 to process payment either through Visa, Mastercard or Debit.
This pot shop located at 202 Queen St. West is now providing curbside pickup and delivery services. Customers can place their order online and choose pickup or delivery, and delivery orders made before 5 p.m. will arrive on the same day.
Canna Cabana is providing curbside pickup at their Toronto store located at 435 Yonge St. Customers can order and pay online before picking up their purchase in person.
When all else fails, there's always the Ontario Cannabis Store to fall back on. The provincial website is one of the only retailers currently doing delivery in the province, though other stores are slowly getting the service up and running.
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