Cannabis store - A new Wiid Boutique location has opened inside the Petro Canada on Highway 56 in Indian Head.

Ralph and Pam Kratz have been enjoying retirement at Katepwa Lake but were interested in starting a business in their spare time. As a result, the couple and their son Alex opened a Wiid Boutique in Indian Head on June 10.
Although the family had a contracting business in Regina building custom homes, operating a retail outlet is a new experience for them. Partnering with Wiid Boutique, another family-run company in Regina, has helped facilitate opening their store in Indian Head.
The new Wiid shop is located inside the Petro Canada service station on Highway 56. “It’s a separate door at the back of the Petro Canada, which is kind of neat because I think we’re the first one inside a gas station in Saskatchewan,” Alex Kratz told Grasslands News. “Being by the Petro and Tim Horton’s we’re hoping to draw business from those, and hopefully we’re complementary businesses.”
He noted that customers should be aware that no one under age 19 is permitted in the cannabis shop, even if an adult accompanies them. Also, unlike liquor and tobacco sales, ID is required for every purchase regardless of the customer’s apparent age.
The menu at Wiid includes a wide range of THC and CBD products such as edibles, drinks, gummies, and flour. A few accessories are also kept in stock at the store.
“The nice thing about being involved with the Wiid Boutique is that we have great access to products and that allows us to keep a better selection in stock; we can have everything on our menu that the store in Regina has,” Kratz noted.
Not only does the Kratz family strive to maintain a wide selection of items, they also prioritize locally sourced products. For example, the flour at Wiid is supplied by producers in Saskatchewan.
The Indian Head Wiid store is currently open Tuesday to Saturday, 12 to 7 p.m., but the Kratz’s are interested in hiring another employee to provide additional hours.

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