The B.C. government has decided to allow private cannabis retailers to sell their products online and over the phone, although in-store pickup is still required.
Previously, customers could only reserve non-medical pot online and were required to be physically present to pay for the product. Now retailers can use apps and websites to collect payment information and charge customers, limiting the time customers need to spend in stores.
The province says the change was prompted by concerns about transmitting COVID-19.
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