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After completing your order, it will be shipped the next business day using CANADA POST and NO SIGNATURE REQUIRED.
Orders do not process or ship Friday after 11am PST until Monday morning. Canada post does not move packages during weekends.
If you do not wish your package to be shipped without signature, we strongly advise you to tick “SIGNATURE REQUIRED” and “SHIPPING INSURANCE” add-on options.
NOTE: “NO SIGNATURE” will make any refund for a package that shows delivered but not received – difficult to reimburse.
Tracking will be automatically sent to the email you provided when your order is completed.
What's the legal age to purchase and consume cannabis?
In Canada, the age to legally purchase and consume cannabis is 19, with the exception of Alberta, Manitoba and Quebec where the legal age is 18. Most provinces and territories will also allow individuals to grow up to four plants per residence for personal use, with some restrictions on home cultivation in certain areas. It is illegal for anyone under the age of 19 to possess or consume cannabis in any form.
The sale and distribution of cannabis is controlled by the provinces or territories and regulations vary from place to place. Some provinces may have laws that restrict where cannabis can be consumed (e.g., no public smoking) and how much you can possess at one time (e.g., 30 grams). It is important to research your local area before making any purchases or consuming cannabis in order to ensure you are following local laws and regulations regarding its use.
Where can I buy cannabis?
In most provinces and territories in Canada, you can purchase recreational cannabis from a licensed retailer. Online stores are also available in some areas, although the availability of products may vary.
If you’re looking to buy cannabis from a retailer, you must be of legal age (18 or 19, depending on the province or territory) when purchasing or possessing cannabis products. You will be asked for government-issued identification to verify your age at the point of sale.
Those looking for medical cannabis must register with a federally licensed producer and obtain authorization from their health care practitioner before purchasing. A qualified medical professional must also provide an appropriate document indicating that the patient has been authorized to possess and use medical cannabis. Health Canada maintains a list of all authorized medical producers here.
How to buy weed online from OnlyGas
Go to the “Shop” page, choose the items that you want to order and proceed to checkout.
Fill-in your information, choose your payment method and follow the instructions on the invoice sent to your email.
Can I Consume Cannabis in Public in Canada?
Canadian laws vary by province and municipality when it comes to consuming cannabis in public. Public – use of non-medical cannabis is prohibited federally, however, the provinces have authority over where and how one may possess or consume cannabis. Generally speaking, the public consumption of cannabis is not allowed in Canada.
In some provinces and territories, there are certain designated places where people can consume it publicly; for example some provinces allow as long as it is far away from schools/restaurants/retail stores. For exact details check your local laws since they can also vary within a province or territory.
In general however, smoking or vaping cannabis remains illegal on any federal property located within Canada including but not limited to parks, beaches and public buildings (e.g., banks). Provincial/territorial governments have additional restrictions around youth possession/consumption which should be checked prior to use or purchase.
What types of cannabis products can I buy in Canada?
In Canada, the Cannabis Act regulates the possession, cultivation, sale and use of cannabis. The products you can purchase in Canada must comply with federal regulations, including that it must be for personal purposes. Cannabis products that are currently available for sale include:
- Dried Flower: Dried cannabis flower provides a more traditional cannabis experience and is used mostly by smoking or vaping.
- Oil: Oil is a concentrate made from dried flower after extraction and purification processes. Popular oils include CBD oil and THC oil. The effects depend on which oil you get. Oil can be taken orally or vaporized. It has increased in availability since the legalization of recreational marijuana across Canada in 2018.
- Capsules: Capsules contain either cannabis oil or dried flower inside an edible gel capsule that dissolve when swallowed to release the cannabinoids into the bloodstream quickly and effectively.
Can I buy weed online from an online weed store?
Yes, buying cannabis online is now legal in Canada. All provinces have developed a government-run online store and there is also a variety of licensed private cannabis retailers with websites selling various types of cannabis products, including dried flower and extracts. For more information about Canada’s legal approach to recreational cannabis, please visit our Cannabis Legalization page.
All provinces have some form of age verification system in place to ensure that only those 19 years of age and older have access to purchasing cannabis from their respective provincial websites. Furthermore, customers must provide valid photo identification upon the delivery of their orders. Depending on the province you live in, the retailer you’re purchasing from may require additional authentication measures such as:
- Identity verification
- Credit card authorization for large orders.
With strict customer service standards and security protocols in place, Canadian online weed stores are now able to meet customer demand with convenience and efficiency while following all Canadian cannabis laws. Buying weed online is an attractive option if you can’t make it into a dispensary or retail store; allow your choice of products to be delivered right to your door!
How much cannabis can I legally possess at one time in Canada?
In Canada, individuals over the age of 19 (18 in Alberta and Quebec) are allowed to possess up to 30 grams of dried cannabis or equivalent in other forms for personal use. This limit applies both inside and outside of the home. It is important to note that possession limits may differ from province to province, so it is always best to check with your local regulations before purchase or consumption.
Other restrictions may also apply depending on location and the form of cannabis possessed, such as limits on public consumption and transportation of the product across international borders.