Are you ready to embark on the ultimate weedcation in Canada? Look no further than Canada Weed Tours to guide you. We’ve got all the insider tips and tricks you need to purchase and consume weed in Canada like a pro. In this blog post, we’re going to share the 10 essential tips that will ensure you have the time of your life on your weedcation. Let’s get rolling!

Legal age to consume

In Canada, marijuana has been legalized for recreational use since October 2018. However, you must be over 19 years of age to purchase or consume marijuana – except for 18 in Alberta and 21 in Québec.

Bring ID

As a tourist, you must bring a government-issued ID with you to prove your age. Acceptable forms of ID include a passport, driver’s license, or a government-issued ID card.

Only buy from licensed dispensaries

Marijuana should only be purchased from licensed retailers in Canada, such as dispensaries, either in person or online. You cannot purchase marijuana from any unlicensed or illegal sources.

Know the laws of the city or region you’re travelling to

When travelling through different cities or regions in Canada, it’s important to be aware of the specific laws and regulations regarding the sale and consumption of marijuana. Each area may have its own unique set of laws, so it’s crucial to do your research in advance to avoid any legal issues.

Purchase limit

Tourists are permitted to purchase up to 30 grams of marijuana at a time, which is the maximum allowed under Canadian law.

Types of cannabis products available

Marijuana is available in various forms, including dried flower, pre-rolled joints, edibles, concentrates, oils, and capsules. Make sure to understand the differences and potency levels before purchasing.

Know where you’re allowed to smoke

Consuming marijuana is only legal in private residences, but it’s important to note that some provinces and territories have their own regulations regarding the time and place of consumption. It’s important to keep in mind that smoking or consuming marijuana in public places like parks, restaurants, and bars is illegal in Canada.

Driving rules

Don’t smoke and drive! It is illegal to drive under the influence of marijuana in Canada, and police have the right to conduct random drug tests. Tourists caught driving under the influence can face severe penalties. Also, be sure to keep it in its original packaging and away from the driver.

Get your gear here

Purchase your lighters, grinders, vapes and any other smoking gear in Canada before you start your trip. Some countries are not cool with 420 gear so avoid the hassle – and you’ll be supporting the local cannabis economy at the same time.

No cannabis in or out of Canada

Marijuana products purchased in Canada cannot be taken across international borders, including the US border. Tourists should consume or dispose of all marijuana products before leaving the country. Basically, just don’t do it!

Let’s get rolling: It’s time to make your next weedcation an unforgettable experience with Canada Weed Tours!