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BC Cannabis Stores: the only place to shop non-medical cannabis online in BC
Discover BC Cannabis Stores’ diverse range of edibles, concentrates, cannabis oils, capsules, CBD oils, pre-rolls, and dried flower—available in indica, sativa, and hybrid options with varying potencies of CBD and THC. Cannabis accessories are also available to purchase.
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The BC Liquor Distribution Branch is the public retailer of non-medical cannabis throughout the province, under the brand BC Cannabis Stores.
BC Cannabis Stores is committed to providing customers with high-quality cannabis products and information through responsible channels that provide expert and friendly service.
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Cannabis legalization in Alberta
Cannabis is legal across Canada. Find out what it means for Albertans.
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Know the rules
Yes, cannabis is legal in Alberta, but:
- only if you’re 18+
- only from licensed stores or albertacannabis.org
- 30 grams is the most you can buy or carry at a time
- you can’t consume in some public places – know your local laws
- only 4 plants can be grown per household
- driving high is illegal
- it can’t be within reach of anyone in a vehicle
- edibles are legal, but it will take some time before they are available for sale
- kids can’t enter cannabis stores, even with an adult
(Government of Canada) (Government of Canada) (Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction) (Centre for Addiction and Mental Health)
(Government of Canada) (drugfreekidscanada.org)
For healthcare professionals:
(Government of Canada)
For property owners, landlords and tenants:
The Alberta Cannabis Framework outlines the 4 policy priorities for cannabis legalization in our province:
- keeping cannabis out of the hands of children and youth
- protecting safety on roads, in workplaces and in public spaces
- protecting public health
- limiting the illegal market for cannabis
The framework was developed following extensive engagement with Albertans and stakeholders.
Cannabis edibles, extracts and topicals are legal in Canada.
The new products could be on store shelves by late December 2019 or early January 2020.
Cannabis is legal in Canada.
Licensed and prepared for cannabis retail.
Developed municipal bylaws.
Confirmed the approach outlined in the Alberta Cannabis Framework and introduced legislation to enable aspects of the framework.
Started accepting applications for cannabis retail licenses through AGLC on Mar. 6, 2018.
Passed the Gaming and Liquor Statutes Amendment Act on May 30, 2018 to clarify rules for enforcement.
Updated the Alberta Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis Regulation on Feb. 16, 2018 to govern how private retail will operate.
Completed another round of public and stakeholder engagement to gather input on the draft Alberta Cannabis Framework and Alberta’s retail options.
Passed An Act to Control and Regulate Cannabis on Nov. 30, 2017 to allow AGLC to manage the oversight and distribution of cannabis and establish provincial offences related to youth possession and the use of cannabis in public and cars.
Passed An Act to Reduce Cannabis and Alcohol Impaired Driving on Nov. 29, 2017 to set zero tolerance for new drivers and provincial administrative sanctions to align with federal legislation (Bill C-45).
Reviewed engagement findings and developed the Alberta Cannabis Framework.
Completed public and stakeholder engagement on Alberta’s approach to cannabis legalization.
Canada Cannabis Spot Index
CANADA CANNABIS SPOT INDEX — February 11, 2022
CANADA CANNABIS SPOT INDEX (CCSI)
*The provincial excise taxes vary. Cannabis Benchmarks estimates the population weighted average excise tax for Canada.
**CCSI is inclusive of the estimated Federal & Provincial cannabis excise taxes..
The CCSI was assessed at C$5.13 per gram this week, up 1.7% from last week’s C$5.05 per gram. This week’s price equates to US$1,834 per pound at the current exchange rate.
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This week we explore the state of British Columbia’s (BC) cannabis market. BC has long been one of the cannabis cultivation capitals of North America. Prior to legalization, its ideal climate helped allow the province to develop a deep underground network of craft growers, which in turn supplied cannabis across the country.
However, the robust illicit market is now plaguing the legal industry. Cannabis retail sales in the province are not as large as one might expect due to the continued, large presence of the illegal cannabis trade. To curb supply from the illicit market, the BC government is working with many illegal cannabis growers; part of efforts to convert them to the legal sector by helping them through the official application and regulation process.
BC has the third-largest provincial population in Canada. The latest monthly sales data from Statistics Canada post-November has sales there at C$47.8M for the month. For a province that is known for its cannabis roots, this falls far short of expectations. Looking at the monthly sales by population size and the proportion of the population that uses cannabis, we calculated the average legal spend by cannabis users in the top four provinces. As part of that process, we take the reported monthly sales numbers from Statistics Canada, convert them to a daily figure, and then divide it by the number of estimated cannabis users in the province.
Based on a survey done by the Canadian government, roughly 20% of the BC populace is estimated to use cannabis regularly. Based on our analysis, the average cannabis user in BC spends C$1.42/day on legal cannabis products.