The quebec Society of cannabis (SQDC) re-opens Wednesday, three of its twelve branches across the province, including two in Quebec city.
From Wednesday, “in the framework of a pilot project aimed at reducing the queues outside of some of our branches, those of Lebourgneuf, Sainte-Foy, and Drummondville will open henceforth their doors on Wednesday from 10h to 17h”, note the direction on Twitter.
In the month of October, due to frequent stock-outs, the State-owned company had chosen to review its opening hours to four days per week, Thursday to Sunday. It explained this decision by the fact that the producers had not been able to deliver the orders provided.
Wednesday, 13 products were still available on the website of the SQDC. Last October 17, the day of the legalization of cannabis, consumers could take advantage of an offer of 110 products.