- Uber Eats will let users in Ontario, Canada, order weed from November 29.
- Users will only be able to order for pick-up — they won't be able to get weed delivered by Uber.
- Uber's CEO has said the company would consider delivering weed in the US if cannabis were decriminalized at a federal level.
Uber is tapping into the cannabis market for the first time.
Users cannot have the weed delivered, however. They will only be able to place orders for pick-up, Uber Eats' head of communications for delivery, Meghan Casserly, confirmed to The Verge.
Uber did not immediately respond when asked by Insider why it would not deliver weed.
Canada legalized recreational marijuana in 2018.
When asked whether Uber was considering expanding weed operations beyond Ontario, a spokesperson told Reuters: "We will continue to watch regulations and opportunities closely market by market. And as local and federal laws evolve, we will explore opportunities with merchants who operate in other regions."