54 cannabis delivery and curbside pickup options in Toronto
Cannabis stores in Toronto are making it more convenient than ever to re-up on your cannabinoid goodies, with curbside pick ups and speedy delivery quickly replacing in-store shopping as the norm.
If you're looking to stock up on your bud, edibles, or oils in a socially distanced way, head online to place your orders. Many businesses are offering deliveries for free, and even on the same day. Just make sure to have your photo ID and the card you paid with.
Here are the cannabis delivery and curbside pickup options currently available in Toronto.
Now that this head shop is a full-fledged, legal dispensary, it's going straight with ultra-convenient cannabis deliveries and curbside pickups, all available the same day you order.
This dog-friendly spot in the Beaches is open for curbside pickup. Place your order online or duck under their covered patio and punch it in there.
This all-purple store in the Annex is operating through curbside pickup only. Aside from paying by credit card, they also give you the option of paying by cash.
Pick up your groceries (and by groceries, I mean weed) from the curb of this supermarket-themed pot shop. They also offer free delivery on a minimum order of $30, as long as you live within 5 kilometres of their Summerhill store.
Toronto’s first Black-owned dispensary offers same-day delivery, just place your order online. They also run pickups from their Ossington store, but no curbside services.
Delivery is free from this weed store on Yonge, just pre-pay online. Any orders received by 7 p.m. will be delivered by the same day.
This cafe-turned-retailer offers delivery. Head online and shop their selection.
Get your goods delivered from this Dufferin Street dispensary, located just north of Eglinton. As of right now, they don’t offer a curbside pickup option.
The Kensington Market location of One Plant delivers, just make your purchase online and select your address and time slot. There are usually two delivery windows available when you make your order.
Head to Miss Jones’ store on Fort York for a curbside pickup or get your stuff delivered through their online service Budler. Shop on their website and make your order.
This Queen West store is functioning solely through curbside pickups and delivery. You’ll get updates via text about when your order is being prepared and when it’s ready to be picked up. Delivery orders placed before 1 p.m. will be received by 5 p.m. Any later and you’ll get it by 9 p.m.
It’s free same-day delivery for across Toronto, Scarborough, Brampton and Mississauga via Dutch Love. Orders under $50 have a $5 delivery fee, anything over is free.
Choose your delivery zone when shopping online (there’s Toronto East and Toronto West) to get same-day deliveries.
The original Friendly Stranger on Queen is temporarily closed but their new location is right next door, plus stores on Danforth and Church offer curbside. The latter is the only one that doesn’t offer delivery.
Regent Park’s dispensary has a curbside pickup option (plus a handy price matching offer that means you’ll get the best bang for your buck).
This dispensary has the entire GTA covered with its delivery. You can order online to get your weed the same day, or arrange a pickup from the curb.
Located in the Junction Triangle is this dispensary currently accepting curbside orders for their selection of popular edibles and other OCS-approved goods.
Same day delivery is available from CANVAS’ Danforth location, only between 5:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Just make sure to order before 5 p.m. Both Danforth and the store on Weston Road have curbside click and collect.
As long as you make your order before 8 p.m., this store in the Upper Beaches will get your bud delivered to you on the same day. You can also leave your e-mail in the special instructions box of your order or create an account online to get updates on your driver’s location.
Scarborough’s first dispensary is open for curbside and delivery. Call to place your order or browse their selection online and do your shopping virtually.
Meta Cannabis continues to operate their MetaXpress Pickup option, which allows customers to make pre-paid curbside orders. Input your address and the site will find your nearest location.
Shiny Bud is still providing Click and Collect services, so customers can browse and purchase products online before picking them up curbside at their Weston store. They also do delivery, with a $10 fee added on all orders. Order before 2 p.m. and you’ll get it the same day.
All locations of Hunny Pot are providing same-day delivery curbside pickup and delivery services. You’ll get a text when the driver is on their way, and a notification when they’re close. You’ll be required to meet them outside with your ID and credit card used.
Canna Cabana is providing curbside pickup from their Toronto store, located right at Yonge and College. Products can be picked up during operating hours, which run from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily.
Curbside pick-up is being offered from Nova's store at Queen and Spadina. Delivery, on the other hand, is not yet available.
This stylish dispensary off King and Spadina is offering curbside pickup and delivery, seven days a week.
All three of Hemisphere’s locations have just started offering delivery across the GTA. They’re also doing curbside pickup. Place your order after-hours and you can pick up your bud the next day.
This locally-owned cannabis retailer does free delivery for orders worth $50 or more. You can choose curbside pickup or delivery when checking out of their online store, or just call the shop to arrange.
There’s no delivery but all three locations of Canyon are offering curbside, so you can head to Dundas West, Trinity Bellwoods and The Beaches to re-up.
This Moss Park dispensary is now offering free delivery, with minimum orders of $75. Make sure to put your order in before 8 p.m. Curbside pick up is from their shop on Sherbourne Street.
All Toronto franchises of this Calgary-based brand will have your order ready in minutes when ordering for curbside pickup, but no delivery is available yet.
Depending on what area of the city you live in, FlowerPot has delivery order minimums that run from $30 up to $75, if you're in Scarborough and south of the 401. Curbside orders must be picked up the same day.
Ameri is currently solely operating via click and collect, but no delivery. Make your order online for curbside pickup. The store accepts debit, credit, and cash.
This Little Italy store and community hub for conscious cannabis consumption is doing curbside pickup and delivery, with same-day options.
Same day delivery and curbside pickup are available from this store on College Street. You can make your order online or over the phone. Blaze doesn’t accept online payment yet, so pay curbside or provide payment info by calling in.
Curbside pickup is available from all three locations of Growers Retail, located in Cabbagetown, Bloordale, and Scarborough on Lawrence East.
You may not be able to head inside to check out Axes' cool artwork, but the store on West Queen West is doing curbside pickup and neighbourhood delivery, pending if you live near enough to the Trinity Bellwoods area.
There’s a $30 minimum if you’re ordering delivery from Welcome. It’s free if you live within the boundaries of College and Queen Streets, and Dufferin to Manning. The store also offers curbside.
This lowkey store on West Queen West isn’t doing delivery but it’s running a curbside pickup option.
It’s free delivery for orders over $50 at this dispensary on the Danforth, plus you’ll get it that same day if you place your order before 4 p.m. They’re also doing curbside pickups.
This cocktail lounge-turned-dispensary is offering curbside pickup. Just order online to reserve your goods and head to their store on Gerrard St. East.
Dupont Street’s two-storey cannabis store is doing free deliveries between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m, and curbside pickups from noon to 8 p.m. They can also arrange a contactless pickup for you if you arrive in your car.
K’s will deliver to you as long as you live within 10 kilometres of their Leslieville store. They’re doing curbside pickups, too, just call or email them to plan it out.
You can get your weed delivered to your car, curbside, by calling Wonderland’s number to arrange. They also do delivery.
Grab your weed from the curb at this store on Bayview Avenue. Orders placed within 30 minutes of store closing will be set aside for pick-up the following day. They also do delivery.
This store in the Junction is delivering its weed products to Toronto and surrounding areas on the same day your order. Make your purchase online to grab it curbside.
Arrange a pickup curbside from your car by clicking the ‘I’m Here’ button on the Eighth Cannabis site. Indicate which parking spot you’re at and they’ll bring out your order. If you’re walking, just head to the front door to pick up.
Located by Yonge and Lawrence, Erbn Green has just launched its online shop and is now offering curbside pickup and deliveries.
Grab your edibles, vapes, beverages, and other cannabis products from WeedAdvisor via curbside pickup or delivery. The latter is free on orders over $150.
Orders over $35 are free and will be delivered the same day if within 35 kilometres of this store on Avenue Road. Leaf Lab is also doing curbside pickups.
After a long-delayed opening, Utopia has opened, but only for curbside pick-up. Order your flowers, pre-rolls, and other weed products on their online shop.
This dispensary with a weekly rotating menu is now offering curbside pickup. Call them or sign up for their e-mail updates to stay on top of their changing product list.
This burger joint-looking weed store located near the airport is offering curbside pickup on orders made through their website.
Curbside pickup is the only way to grab from this Scarborough shop. Place your order online and pay by card, or exact change at the door. Your order will be ready within five to 10 minutes.
Head to the back of this plaza off Old Kingston Road and grab your goodies from Good Cookie, which is offering curbside pickup, cash only.
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