FAQ

☘️  Can I consume cannabis in public?

There’s no one size fits all when consuming cannabis products in public, due to Canadian law having different regulations in accordance with each province/territory. Beyond private residences, the smoking of cannabis is permitted in the majority of outdoor public spaces, such as parks and sidewalks in Ontario, however, this varies depending on the province. To avoid breaking any laws, you should check whether smoking cannabis is illegal in public within your province.
 

💨  What is the difference between CBD & THC?

CBD and THC affect different receptors in the brain. Because of this, CBD typically does not have psychoactive effects—in other words, it won't cause you to get high. THC, on the other hand, does have psychoactive effects. It is the compound that produces the high that people associate with marijuana.
 

🥦  How much cannabis can I legally possess at one time?

According to Canadian law, you’re entitled to possess up to a 30-day supply of dried cannabis or its equivalent. The maximum amount that you’re able to possess at one time will be based on what your health care practitioner has recommended and cannot exceed an amount of 150 grams, as set by the regulations.
 

🔞  What’s the legal age to purchase and consume cannabis?

The legal age to purchase cannabis depending on the province and territory. To purchase cannabis in Alberta and Quebec, you must be aged 18 and over. If you want to purchase and consume cannabis in any other province/territory of Canada, you must be legally aged 19 and over.