Pre-rolls captured 19% of the province’s overall cannabis sales, while milled flower sales doubled.
Weed delivery and curbside pickup may be sticking around in Ontario for good, if a provincial proposal goes through. Cannabis retailers have mixed feelings about the idea of delivery becoming permanent.
“We have a temporary responsibility, which is a labor of love. It’s definitely a charity that we’re doing. Deliveries don’t really make us money — it just helps us serve the community better,” she says, explaining there are the added costs of bringing on drivers and using a delivery app service.