(Picture from TheStar.com)
Nova Scotia Liquor stores will soon be getting a facelift with walled-off cannabis zones as pot becomes legal this summer.
Executives say one vacant store in Halifax will also reopen as the sole pot-only shop in the province.
Yesterday, designs were released and 11 existing stores (attached to NSLCs) will be renovated at a cost of $500,000.
The store interiors look well-lit, with white walls and some accents of bright colour.
There’s a wall of boxes behind the cash registers that will display variety of products.
The NSLC says it’s still in the process of choosing cannabis suppliers.
It’s getting ready for 150 products at the store-within-a-store shops, 300 products at Clyde Street and a total of 425 products on the NSLC website.
Products include prepackaged buds, pre-rolled joints, cannabis oil, gel caps, and accessories like papers, vaporizers, busters and lockable storage containers.
– Scotty & Ferne