The Ontario Cannabis Store, announced that it has entered into supply agreements with 26 licensed producers to make sure they are ready to ship by October 17, 2018.

The OCS online channel will include a verification system that will ensure safe at-home delivery for cannabis products.

“These agreements are a significant milestone that signals our readiness for the legalization of cannabis in Ontario,” says Patrick Ford, President and Chief Operating Officer of the Ontario Cannabis Store. “These agreements will allow us to safely and securely provide a broad variety of cannabis products to adult customers when online sales begin.”

Supply agreements with authorized Health Canada producers were achieved through a competitive process, resulting in a range of cannabis products and size formats among the categories of dried flower, cannabis oil and cannabis seeds.  Future participants are not shut out of the market permanently as the OCS will continue to hold competitive product calls to expand its selection over time.  The OCS is also working to finalize supply agreements with cannabis accessory suppliers.

The OCS has entered into initial supply agreements with the following companies:

7ACRES/The Supreme Cannabis Company

AgMedica Bioscience Inc.

Aphria Inc.

Aurora Cannabis Enterprises Inc.

Beleave Kannabis Corp.

Broken Coast Cannabis Ltd.

CannTrust Inc.

Canopy Growth Corporation

Emblem Cannabis Corporation

HEXO Operations Inc.

Hiku Brands Company Ltd.

Maricann Inc.

MedReleaf Corp.

Natural MedCo Ltd.

Northern Green Canada Inc.

Organigram Inc.

Peace Naturals Project Inc.

Radicle Medical Marijuana Inc.

RedeCan Pharm

Solace Health Inc.

Starseed Medicinal Inc.

THC BioMed Ltd.

The Flowr Group Okanagan Inc.

Tilray Canada Ltd.

Up Cannabis Inc.

VIVO Cannabis Inc.

Editor’s Note:  We’re featuring the Ontario Cannabis Store logo in this post because after paying $650,000 CAD for this, we feel that Ontario taxpayers should get their money’s worth of exposure.