The beautiful province of Saskatchewan makes cannabis available to its residents in store and online. Here is what you need to know about where and how you can access recreational weed.
If you are at least 19 years old, you can legally purchase and carry up to 30 grams of cannabis in Saskatchewan. You can also grow up to four cannabis plants in your household.
Purchasing cannabis in store: You can purchase cannabis products including flower, seeds, oils, extracts, and edibles from these licensed retailers.
Purchasing cannabis online: If you live in Saskatchewan and would like to purchase cannabis online, you can do so through one of the licensed brick and mortar cannabis retailers found here. Same-day delivery and curbside pickup options are available. You’ll need to receive your delivery in person, or it will be rerouted to a Canada Post office where you can pick it up when you are ready.
Consumption laws: You can consume cannabis in private residences, but public consumption is prohibited. Driving while high is also illegal.
Licensing Rules for Retailers
If you’d like to open a cannabis retail store, you will need to obtain a license from the Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority (SLGA). However, the province allotted 51 cannabis retail permits, and each of those has already been issued. There are currently no more available permits. The government will reconsider the need for additional retail stores 18 months post-legalization.