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RCC’s curbside pickup for retailers cheat sheet

May 11, 2020

RCC has summarized the latest regulations on curbside pickup in this quick reference guide for what is allowed in each province.

Curbside pickup generally refers to the situation in which a customer physically retrieves a product, ordered online or over the phone, from the external premises of a brick and mortar retail store.

Current as May 11, 2020.

Province Status
British ColumbiaCurbside pickup allowed for retailers.
AlbertaCurbside pickup allowed for retailers.
SaskatchewanCurbside pickup allowed for retailers.
ManitobaCurbside pickup allowed for retailers.
OntarioCurbside pickup allowed for retailers with an external-facing entrance only
QuebecCurbside pickup is allowed for stores/regions that are allowed to be open. Retailers in the Greater Montrea Area are allowed curbside starting May 25. All other regions of Quebec are allowed.
New BrunswickCurbside pickup allowed for retailers.
Nova ScotiaCurbside pickup allowed for retailers.
PEICurbside pickup allowed for retailers.
Nfld & LabCurbside pickup allowed for retailers.

For more detail on specific situations, such as if your customers are physically paying in or outside your store(s) and you are unsure of applicable protocols, contact your region’s RCC Government Relations lead for more information.

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