Westleaf announces same-day cannabis delivery in Saskatoon

The feature is being offered through its Prairie Records online store

Mario ToneguzziCannabis users in the greater Saskatoon area can now have same-day delivery of their product, thanks to Calgary-based Westleaf Inc.

The feature is being offered through its Prairie Records online store.

“Adding another customer-centric feature is all part of enhancing the Prairie Records brand among our customers and making it that much easier to purchase our premium products,” said Adam Coates, Westleaf’s chief commercial officer, stated in a news release.

Prairierecords.ca is the online e-commerce outlet of Prairie Records, a distinctive cannabis retail concept with three stores in the Saskatoon region.

“Prairie Records combines music and cannabis in a unique retail shopping experience for both the cannabis connoisseur and people new to the products,” it stated.

The Prairie Records stores are at 3020 Preston Ave (Unit #170), at 720 Broadway Avenue, and in Warman, Saskatchewan at 100 2nd Ave. N.

The delivery service is being provided by Pineapple Express Delivery, a cannabis delivery company. It uses in-depth security and delivery protocols to facilitate same-day delivery services within a defined geography. Pineapple Express has been delivering recreational cannabis since Day 1 of legalization in Canada and medicinal cannabis for a number of years, Westleaf stated.

Products purchased at Prairierecords.ca are also available and delivered throughout the province of Saskatchewan.

Besides its retail stores which will be operating throughout Canada, Westleaf also has two significant production facilities under construction — Thunderchild Cultivation in Battleford, Sask., and The Plant extraction and manufacturing facility in Calgary. Both are scheduled for completion this year.

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