A constrained quantity of weed edibles is available at a dozen Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation shops across the province beginning two days before Christmas. The Crown corporation’s first orders to manufacturers for the edibles become positioned Monday, the first day possible. While edibles became a felony in October, Health Canada required a 60-day review period for new products. “We’re hopeful that we are going to have a small presenting in our stores on Dec. 23,” said NSLC spokesperson Beverley Ware. There are currently 12 NSLC stores that promote weed in Nova Scotia. Edibles can even be available online starting Jan. 6. For this initial order, the choice of cannabis edibles could be very confined, said Ware. She notes the NSLC expects to have some edibles and extracts; however, there might not be baked items or topicals. Although customers are probably taking into consideration purchasing the products as presents for Christmas, none of the packagings will be appearance holiday-themed, in step with Health Canada regulations round non-promotional packaging for weed products. Much like the first of all shortages when dried weed is legal, Ware stated she expects it to take a while before the NSLC can offer a collection of edibles. “We anticipate a quite gradual introduction of merchandise to the market and that this product collection will grow over time,” said Ware.