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Ontario's cannabis supplier may open second warehouse to support rising demand: Analyst

Ontario's cannabis supplier may open second warehouse to support rising demand: AnalystThe Ontario Cannabis Store may be getting a new warehouse, a sign that the provincial wholesaler is expanding its product offerings to meet customer demand. BMO Capital Markets analyst Tamy Chen said in a recent note to clients that the province is expected to open a second distribution warehouse by September. That should provide a boost in sales to cannabis producers in the fourth quarter of the year, Chen wrote in her note. An OCS spokesperson declined to confirm whether it would add another warehouse to its supply chain, but stated in an email to BNN Bloomberg that the agency has received authorization from the Ontario government "to continue to expand our privately operated distribution network when necessary."  Virus-free. www.avg.com

Ontario pot shops to end delivery, pickup services earlier than expected

Ontario pot shops to end delivery, pickup services earlier than expectedOntario's cannabis retailers are being told by the province's regulator that they must end their delivery and curbside pickup offerings as of Friday at midnightdespite laws stating they have four additional days to provide those services. Ontario allowed pot shops to provide these services in April under an emergency order aimed at curtailing the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite regulations stating that the order has been extended to July 29, the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario told BNN Bloomberg the "authorized retail stores will no longer be permitted to offer delivery or curbside pick-up effective 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, July 23."  Virus-free. www.avg.com

Province to take $180M hit on ending pot delivery, pickup: Ontario Chamber of Commerce

Province to take $180M hit on ending pot delivery, pickup: Ontario Chamber of Commerce Ontario is primed to take a steep economic hit after deciding to stop allowing privately-run cannabis stores to provide delivery and curbside pickup services to customers. The services, which end on July 29, will cause the province to miss out on about $180 million in economic activity, according to the Ontario Chamber of Commerce. That figure balloons to nearly $1 billion in losses if the additional 450 stores which are ready to open, but whose licence applications are pending approval are factored in. One retailer expects customers to revert back to the illicit market now that the convenience of delivery won't be available to them.  Virus-free. www.avg.com

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