Cannabis smokers in Canada are relieved, as for those times when they can’t get marijuanaUberEats will bring them home.
The measure applies to the city of Toronto and to those over 19 years of age.
The food delivery service has partnered with Leafly, an online marijuana retailer, to connect customers with local dispensaries.
Leafly and Uber Eats say this partnership is expected to help tackle the underground marijuana market, as well as encourage people not to drive while high.
“Leafly has been powering the Canadian cannabis market for over four years and we support over 200 cannabis retailers in the GTA. We are thrilled to be working with Uber Eats to help licensed retailers bring safe and legal cannabis to people across the city,” said Leafly CEO Yoko Miyashita. a press release.