Online Marijuana Delivery Services National Shortage

Online delivery service BC Weed Delivery looking to supply Canadians with legal product when the government stores inevitably run out following legalization in Canada. To learn more, visit

Legal medical service BC Weed Delivery is hoping to provide consumers with all the legal marijuana product they can order as the consumers gear up to Canada’s national legalization. Amid reports that provincial marijuana suppliers are feeling the crunch of impending demand, legal delivery services like BC Weed Delivery are confident they can make up for the government’s shortfall in the months to come.

A recent article in the Financial Post details growing concerns that provincial marijuana producers will not be able to supply the masses with product once the doors to the legal dispensaries open on July 1st, 2018. Consumers are concerned that the legislation will not provide for an adequate amount of stock in government stores. Chuck Rifici, CEO of Cannabis Wheaton Income Corp. is quoted in the article as saying he things “a good percentage of [Canadians] are going to … clear the shelves” at provincial dispensaries.

Luckily for green-loving Canadians, online delivery services like are ready to step up. With deliveries scheduled to arrive within 3-5 business days of a consumer ordering, BC Weed Delivery and others are prepared to do what they can to supply consumers with legal marijuana. With its legal online marijuana order service, the company promises to fill the predicted gaps in the government’s offerings.

While BC Weed Delivery already operates legally in Canada, shipping medical marijuana orders from their online service nationwide, they feel that the floodgates of orders will open after the government fully legalizes the recreational substance. A spokesperson for the company said “in all likelihood, the demand on the government at the LBCO stores will probably surpass their supply once marijuana is no longer restricted to those with medical need – in the eventuality that that happens, we are more than prepared for customers to turn in droves to the private sector.”

For interested consumers to check out before the doors to government stores open, legal online delivery is currently available at

Source: Financial Post

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