HOW OLD DO I HAVE TO BE TO LEGALLY PURCHASE, POSSESS & CONSUME CANNABIS?
The legal age for purchasing and consumption of recreational Cannabis across Canada is 19, with two exceptions being Alberta, where the legal age is 18 and Quebec where the legal age is 21.
HOW MUCH CANNABIS CAN I PURCHASE AND CARRY ON ME?
You are legally allowed to purchase and carry 30 grams of dried Cannabis and/or its equivalent in derivatives. At home there is a 1,000-gram limit in British Columbia, with a 150-gram limit in both Nunavut and Quebec.
IS CANNABIS DELIVERY LEGAL?
The delivery of recreational cannabis is not currently legal in British Columbia however, online purchasing (Click & Collect) is now available across B.C. as an alternative to delivery.
IS PURCHASING CANNABIS ONLINE LEGAL?
In response to COVID-19 licensed cannabis retailers are legally allowed to sell cannabis online for in-store pick-up. Eggs Canna is excited to launch our Characteristic Catalogue in fall of 2020. Seed your cannabis connection: learn, browse, compare products, create your wish list & purchase – all in one place!
Requirements of Purchase
WHEN DID “RECREATIONAL“ CANNABIS BECOME LEGAL TO CONSUME IN CANADA?
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 both your picture and signature, second piece must have your imprinted name on it.
IS THE CONSUMPTION OF CANNABIS EDIBLES, EXTRACTS & TOPICALS LEGAL?
On October 17, 2019, the Cannabis Regulations were updated to establish rules for the legal production and sale of three new classes of cannabis by licensed cannabis producers and retailers only. These classes of cannabis include edible cannabis, cannabis extracts, cannabis drinks and cannabis topicals collectively referred to as “Cannabis 2.0.”
CAN I CROSS THE BORDER WITH CANNABIS?
Recreational and medical cannabis is prohibited across international borders. This causes strife for individuals who rely on medical cannabis, as such, many will choose to vacation in cannabis-friendly destinations and U.S. states that have legalized medical cannabis.
It is important to repeat: It is illegal to cross a federal border with medical or recreational cannabis. However, you may travel within Canada with both medical and recreational cannabis.
CAN I DRIVE UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF CANNABIS?
Regardless of whether you are a medical cannabis patient or a recreational cannabis consumer, driving under the influence is illegal under The Cannabis Act and its subsequent Bill C-46. Police Officers have the ability to perform a roadside saliva test should they feel that the driver is impaired.
SHOULD CANNABIS RETAILERS BE OPEN DURING COVID-19?
On June 12, 2020, the British Columbia Public Safety and Emergency Services declared licensed retail distribution of cannabis as a COVID-19 essential services.
WHO IS SUPPLYING THE CANNABIS I AM PURCHASING?
Cannabis products available for purchase from public and private retail stores in Canada are distributed by the British Columbia Liquor Distribution Branch (B.C. LDB), who purchase Cannabis and its derivatives directly from Licensed Producers (LP). LP’s are licensed through Health Canada and regulated for the distribution and cultivation of Cannabis and its derivatives.
HOW OLD DO I HAVE TO BE TO LEGALLY PURCHASE, POSSESS & CONSUMER CANNABIS?
The legal age for purchasing and consumption of recreational Cannabis is 19 across Canada, with the exception of Alberta where the legal age is 18 and Quebec where it is 21.