Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, we are licensed by the Government of Ontario to sell Cannabis.
Unfortunately, due to government regulations in Ontario, we do not offer direct shipping of cannabis products. We currently only offer pickup in-store or curb-side.
We accept all payment methods including cash, debit, and all major credit cards (except AMEX). If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Currently, at this time everything is FINAL SALE.
If you have any concerns or questions please contact us!
We try our hardest to meet demand with stock levels but sometimes life can be unpredictable. If we are out of stock we encourage you to check back regularly and even send us an email of what you’re looking for! We can always recommend similar products or tell you an ETA of when the next replenishment is in!
Should you ever need to contact a licensed producer, they’re required by law to provide their contact details directly on the label. This will consist of their name, email address, and phone number.
Each product also includes a lot number directly on the label. This lot number refers to a specific harvest which helps trace it back to quality control processes. Take note of the lot number always when making a product inquiry to a licensed producer.
Provincial law reaffirms the federal restriction of 30 grams per purchase as the maximum legal amount of cannabis an individual can posses in public. Adults 19 years or older in Ontario can posses over 30 grams of cannabis in a private residence.
In the province of Ontario, you’re legally allowed to grow up to 4 plants per household. The starting material has to be purchased by an authorized retailer. You can always shop our selection of seeds by clicking below!
Cannabis labels always display when the cannabis was packaged, which indicates when the finished product was placed and sealed in the cannabis packaging. This date does not resemble harvest time, this varies from license producer and their curing process. Expiry dates, which are used to communicate the stability of the product in regards to potency, are not mandatory under the current Health Canada regulations and guidelines. Some licensed producers choose to provide them but many unfortunately do not.
Edibles were legalized in Canada on October 17, 2019. Since then the allowed amount of THC can only contain 10mg in the entire package. It can also contain up to 30mg of caffeine if it’s naturally occurring.
Edibles must contain absolutely no alcohol or nicotine.
Shop our cannabis edibles here!
In public you’re only legally only allowed to carry a maximum of 30 grams of dried cannabis or equivalent at all times.
One gram of dried cannabis is equal equivalent to:
- 5 grams of fresh cannabis
- 15 grams of edible product
- 70 grams of liquid product
- 0.25 grams of concentrates (solid or liquid)
- 1 cannabis plant seed
There are many places where you’re able to legally consume cannabis. Below are places outlined by the Ontario government.
- Private residences – this doesn’t include residences that are also workplaces. (Ex. LTR)
- Many outdoor public places (Ex. sidewalks & parks)
- Designated smoking guest rooms.
- Residential vehicles and boats (Ex. If they have permanent sleeping accommodations and cooking facilities, and are parked or anchored)
- Scientific research and testing facilities
- Controlled areas in:
- long-term care homes
- certain retirement homes
- residential hospices
- provincially-funded supportive housing
- designated psychiatric facilities or veterans’ facilities
Ontario has strict rules in place to make sure workplaces continue to be safe. Consuming any kind of recreational cannabis in an enclosed workplace remains illegal after legalization.
Consuming too much cannabis can have certain unpleasant side effects, but they should be experienced temporarily. There is no documented case of death resulting in a toxic consumption of cannabis.