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Since October 17, 2018, what is legal?
According to provincial or regional restrictions, adults 18 years of age or older can legally:
- Holding up to 30 grams of legal marijuana in a public place, in dried or equivalent non-dried form.
- Share up to 30 grams of legal cannabis with other adults.
- Purchase dried or fresh cannabis and cannabis oil from provincial licensed retailers.In provinces and territories that do not have a regulated retail framework, individuals can buy cannabis online from federally licensed producers.
- Planting from licensed seeds or seedlings, each residence can grow up to 4 cannabis plants for personal use.
- As long as you don’t use organic solvents to make concentrated products, you can make cannabis products at home, such as food and beverages.
From October 17, 2019, hemp edible products and concentrates can be legally sold.
Restrictions on possession of cannabis products
The holding restrictions in the Cannabis Act are based on dried cannabis. Equivalents have been developed for other cannabis products to determine their possession limits.
One (1) gram of dried cannabis equals:
- 5 grams of fresh hemp.
- 15 grams of edible product.
- 70 grams of liquid product.
- 0.25 g of concentrate (solid or liquid).
- 1 cannabis plant seed.
For example, this means that adults 18 years of age or older can legally own 150 grams of fresh marijuana.
No one may sell or provide marijuana to anyone under the age of 18. There are two criminal offences related to the provision of marijuana to young people, with a maximum penalty of 14 years in prison:
The High Club undergo strict processes to source cannabis. We purchase directly from growers who are licensed under Health Canada, to ensure a certain level of quality and inspect every grow operation to ensure their environment is of the highest standards.Our growers have strict grow processes which in turn produces cannabis of the highest calibre.