But if you were planning to casually jot down “weed” on your grocery list, think again; different Canadian provinces and territories have their own rules on how to buy and consume pot, with stipulations on legal age of purchase (19 everywhere except Alberta and Quebec, where the age limit is 18), possession limits, exactly where you can smoke, and whether or not weed will be sold by government-run stores only.
Hello i have been with gwp for over 8 months. My old dispensary used to sell me dry unsmelly low thc weed like 12 percent thc lol the dispensary is called (black crow btw boycott i am so blessed to have whitepalm or i would of hurt myself by now with my depression and eating disorder. The only things i look forward to is picking up my medication from the post office when whitepalm delivers . I would like to thank ashley for helping me pick my strains and i would like to thank dean for being the master minds behind this whole genius operation. When weed is legalized and only the liqour stores and goverwent can sell weed i will only buy from gwp
The legalization of recreational weed in all 10 Canadian provinces is, in our opinion, a dope move by the G7 nation. In preparation since the government voted to end prohibition in June, the landmark news of 420 freedom has seen hundred-million-dollar deals executed by cannabis companies countrywide in anticipation of this week’s legal sales launch.
Now that you have your license and know what you're doing, it's time to score some weed. Relax, it's 2017: the process is pretty mundane at this point. On one hand, you can schlep over to the nearest dispensary and stand in line. On the other hand, you could just pull out your phone and have your order delivered to your front door. A number of dispensaries, like The Green Cross and Medithrive in San Francisco, offer online ordering and GrubHub-style delivery.
Blue Coma is the staple strain from the growers over at Zero Ave. No one else in the world has this flower. Blue Coma is a VERY VERY rare hybrid from the Fraser Valley in British Columbia. People have described their experiences as “not a daytime smoke” or “would put anyone on their ass” or a “must try” or “it was kick ass and I’ve been smoking for 25 years!”. It’s a killer that the real cannabis connoisseur has to try Peroind
Here's an idea: let the pipeline go through, but with one caveat. Alberta is liable for ANY accident. That means that if there's a spill, THEY provide the funds to clean it up first, extracted from federal transfer payments if necessary. They can try to recover as much as they can from the responsible parties later, but till then THEY are the first payer for the costs of cleanup. If cleanup is possible.
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