The legal age for possession and consumption in Canada is 18 but individual provinces have the authority to provide additioanl restrictions on the provincial age of consumption. In Saskatchewan the legal age of cannabis possession and consumption is 19 years of age, the same as for alcohol.
Anyone under the legal age, within the province of Saskatchewan, is prohibited to be in possession of more than 5 grams - it is a criminal offence and subject to the Youth Criminal Justice Act processes and penalties
Zero Tolerance for Drugs and Driving
Saskatchewan has taken a zero tolerance approach to drugs and driving for drivers of all ages. It can be transported from a place where it can legally be purchased to a place where it can legally be consumed or from one location of legal consumption to another but consumption of cannabis by a driver or passenger in a vehicle is prohibited, similar to legislation for alchol.
Never drive while impaired and don't get into a vehicle where you know a driver has been using drugs. Plan a safe ride ahead of time. Friends should never let impaired friends drive.
Where Cannabis Can Be Sold
Businesses that hold a retail cannabis permit from Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority [SLGA] can legally sell cannabis. Cannabis can only be sold through online and private stores regulated by the SLGA. It is only legal to purchase cannabis from a licensed retailer. Selling or buying illicit cannabis is still illegal.
Visit the SLGA website to learn more.
Legal Forms of Purchasable Cannabis
The federal Cannabis Act legalizes fresh and dried cannabis, cannabis oil, and plants and seeds for cultivation. Edible products and concentrates are not legal for purchase or available for sale at this time.
Legal Allowable Quantity
Federal legislation defines a maximum public possession limit of up to 30 grams of dried legal cannabis at any time or its equivalency in non-dried form. As a result, Dreamweavers limits any one transaction to a maximum of 30 grams of dried cannabis or its equivalent in other forms. To read more about the Government of Canada's legalization plan, you can visit Health Canada's The Cannabis Act: The Facts website.
One (1) gram of dried cannabis is equal to:
Consuming cannabis, not just smoking it, is prohibited in all public places to protect public health. This includes designated smoking areas. Cannabis can only be consumed on private property.
The Cannabis Control (Saskatchewan) Act
Read more regarding Saskatchewan's regulations of the Sale, Possession, Consumption, Distribution and Transportation of Cannabis and to Make Consequential Amendments to Other Acts by downloading BILL No. 121 of 2018
Federal Cannabis Legalization and Regulation
The Cannabis Act creates a strict legal framework for controlling the production, distribution, sale and possession of cannabis across Canada. The Act aims to accomplish 3 goals:
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