How old do I have to be to legally purchase, possess & consume Cannabis?
The legal age for purchasing & consumption of recreational Cannabis is 19 across Canada, with the exception of Alberta where the legal age is 18. Quebec is 21.
Do I need a medical card to purchase Cannabis at Eggs?
No medical card is needed to purchase recreational products at Eggs Canna, just 2 pieces of ID to prove you are of legal consumption age in your province. One piece of ID must be Government-issued with your photograph and signature on it, the other piece must have your name imprinted.
Can I purchase Cannabis on behalf of a friend or family member?
No, unfortunately you cannot. Every individual wanting to purchase Cannabis in-store must do so themselves with their own identification to validate their age and identity.
How much Cannabis can I purchase and carry on me?
You are legally allowed to purchase and carry 30 grams of dried Cannabis, with no limit at home except: 1,000 gram limit at home in British Columbia, and 150 gram limit in both Nunavut and Quebec.
When did Cannabis become legal to consume in Canada?
On October 17th, 2018, Canada became the second country in the world to legalize and regulate Cannabis sale, possession, and consumption across the nation.
Can I legally smoke Cannabis in public now that it’s legal?
Although Cannabis itself is legal across Canada, the laws surrounding public consumption differ from province to province. Please check your local regulations and smoking bylaws to see if Cannabis use is allowed in public in your region.
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