‘It’s kind of scary,’ says patient as dispute threatens deliveries.
Licensed medical marijuana producers have been warned to stop using mail delivery ahead of a potential Canada Post strike or lockout in early July.
The postal service says it started telling producers on Friday that if a strike or lockout goes ahead on July 2, it won’t guarantee the delivery of patients’ prescriptions.
That warning has producers throwing together contingency plans so the increasing number of medical marijuana patients continue to get their prescriptions on time.
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