Going into effect on October 17, Canada’s Cannabis Act will legalize adult-use recreational cannabis across the country, allowing every adult Canadian the right to possess and share up to 30 grams of marijuana in public (though public consumption is, for now, forbidden). Further specifics of legalization—from where marijuana can be sold and grown to the minimum age for purchase—have been left to provinces to set for themselves.
Below you’ll find a province-by-province guide to Canadian cannabis regulations. To jump to a specific province’s regulations, click the province name below. (And if you’d like to see all this info placed in a helpful-for-comparison grid format, check out the creation of Canadian cannabis lawyer par excellence Trina Fraser.)
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