In the years since legalization, Canada’s legal cannabis industry has expanded rapidly. There’s a lot to know — about products, stores, and laws and regulations. Being informed is key to consuming responsibly. If you choose to use cannabis, here’s what you need to consider.
The Importance of Trusting Your Source
Buying legal cannabis means never having to second-guess where your product comes from. Discover what else you get when you buy legal.
Legal vs. Illegal Sources: How to Tell the Difference
Not sure whether a cannabis website or bricks-and-mortar store is legally authorized? Here’s how to distinguish between legal and illegal sources.
How to Spot Unregulated Cannabis Products
Unregulated cannabis products can sometimes be hard to recognize — a problem with potentially serious consequences. This guide will help you tell the difference.
A Guide to Legal Product Labels
Understanding legal cannabis product labels can help you make informed choices. Here’s a breakdown of what information you’ll find on a legal label and what it means.
What’s Legal for Ontarians
Cannabis is a regulated substance, meaning there are federal and provincial laws governing its possession and use. If you choose to use cannabis, you need to understand the laws.
How Cannabis Consumption Affects Drivers
Consuming cannabis can significantly impair your ability to safely operate a motor vehicle. Driving under the influence of cannabis is also a criminal offence with serious consequences. Here’s what you need to know to keep yourself, and others, safe.
What’s Changed After Five Years of Legal Cannabis in Canada?
It's the five-year anniversary of cannabis legalization in Canada. How has this changed the illicit market, and how have Canadians’ attitudes toward cannabis changed?