Purchasing cannabis is different per province and territory.
- British Columbia: government-operated online retail store and privately operated retail locations
- Alberta: government-operated online retail store and privately operated retail locations
- Saskatchewan: Privately operated retail locations (online and in store) regulated by the government
- Manitoba: private retailers either in person, online, or by telephone
- Ontario: government-operated online retailer and authorized storefront locations
- Québec: government-operated online and retail locations
- New Brunswick: Cannabis NB retail stores or Cannabis NB online retailer
- Newfoundland & Labrador: licensed private retailers and government-operated online sales
- Nova Scotia: NSLC storefronts and online retailer
- Prince Edward Island: Online retailer or one of four PEI Cannabis locations (Charlottetown, Summerside, O’Leary, and Montague)
- Yukon Territory: through CannabisYukon.org or in person at licensed private retailers
- Northwest Territories: NWTLCC website, or in person at most NWT Liquor Stores
- Nunavut: Licensed agents of the NULC
Recreational consumers can possess up to 30 g of dried cannabis or the equivalent when in public. Therefore, recreational cannabis consumers cannot purchase more than 30 g of dried cannabis or the equivalent at one time.
Indiva is based out of London, Ontario.
The name Indiva comes from combining “indica” and “sativa. We believe great things come in pairs. Indica and sativa. Expertise and experience. Cannabis and the community.
Mixing cannabis and alcohol is not recommended. Health Canada recommends avoiding mixing cannabis with alcohol and/or other drugs, as it can cause adverse effects and more severe impairment.
Our facility, process, and quality assurance protocols have all been approved by Health Canada. Employees who enter cultivation areas are specially trained to follow Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) and wear full-body protective garments issued by Indiva. All growing rooms and connecting hallways are panelled from floor to ceiling with pharmaceutical-grade plastic or epoxy which is easy to clean.
When consuming cannabis, you should always start low and go slow. Health Canada recommends new cannabis consumers start with a product containing 2.5 mg of THC or less or 10% THC (100 mg/g) or less, and an equal or higher amount of CBD. Always make sure you are consuming cannabis in a safe environment, and only consuming product purchased from the legal market. If you have any pre-existing medical conditions, including liver, hearth, kidney, or lung disease, or have a history of mental health disorders, talk to your doctor before consuming cannabis.
No. Driving while high is illegal and can be costly. Don’t risk it. Don’t drive high.
Each province and territory sets the legal age of consumption for cannabis.
- British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Prince Edward Island, Yukon Territory: 19+
- Alberta: 18+
- Québec: 21+
THC, or delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol, is the primary active compound in cannabis that provides intoxicating effects. CBD, or cannabidiol, is another active compound in cannabis. While CBD does not produce the same intoxicating effects as THC, it still has an effect on the brain.
No. The cannabis plant does not contain nicotine. Health Canada also prohibits the addition of nicotine to cannabis.
There are many ways to consume cannabis. The main methods are smoking, vaping, and ingesting (either cannabis-infused foods, oils, or capsules). No matter which method of consumption you choose, make sure you start low and go slow. Everyone reacts to cannabis differently, and different methods can cause different effects.