Cannabis Regulations in Canada by Province

Is CBD Oil Legal in Alberta? Legal age for consumption: 18 Legally permissible limit: 30 grams of dried cannabis or equivalent Where can you buy legally: Only Private licensed stores and online Where can you smoke: Anywhere where tobacco can be consumed. Not allowed in public areas like restaurants, bars, parks, workplaces, etc. The user must be 18 years of age and can publicly consume and share 30 grams of cannabis. They can also cultivate 4 plants at home provided they are sourced from licensed producers. The online sale of cannabis is regulated by the Government and is the only legal online provider in Alberta. The Cannabis law in Alberta states that smoking Cannabis inside a vehicle is illegal unless it is a parked RV. Driving intoxicated and under the influence is again subject to the vehicle being impounded for 3 days and the license being suspended for 90 days. If the user is Healthy Living in a rental residential premise, the Landlord has the right to prevent cannabis consumption in the house and can also serve an eviction notice in case of violation of terms.
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To regulate the distribution and sale of Cannabis across provinces, the government has set rules around who can purchase the products, store operations, and locations of these stores. Furthermore, each province and territory has adopted its own excise stamp for all legal cannabis products except for the ones with no THC.

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