Frequently Asked Cannabis Questions
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At both locations, we are open Monday–Saturday: 11:30 AM–7:00 PM and closed on Sundays.
Learn more about our two dispensaries: King Street Cannabis & Queen Street Cannabis.
Yes, we do at both stores.
We try to reduce higher quality products and sometimes more expensive ones so customers have the opportunity to try something not normally in their budget.
We also rotate between different product types like gummies, chocolates, pre-rolls, flower and vape cartridges.
The federal laws have just changed the rules so the weight of the can/drink is no longer the reason for limiting the amount of product you can purchase.
It is now based on the THC limit. You can purchase up to 48 cans of 355 mL cans.
Yes, you can order and request your product online. This is great on delivery day to make sure you get the freshest product while we still have it in stock.
We are working on getting our delivery license. If you are interested in working as a delivery driver, please apply in one of our stores!
We try to ensure that we have a variety of CBD products in all different forms, however, we are limited by what the AGLC has available to purchase.
If you make a request for products with our budtenders, we will do our best to bring in the product on our next order, and we will notify you when it comes in.
When your cartridge get clogged, you can try to place it in a small plastic bag in warm water to warm it up. This often helps reduce the viscosity of the cartridges so it can make room to pull.
Our prices range from about $19.99-$70, depending on the product in the cartridge.
Resins, rosins and distillates have different processing and affect the difficulty of preparation for cartridges.
Check out our online menu for current prices:
For accessories, we typically try to bring in items with good warranties and that are products trusted by our own staff. If we can help you get in contact with the manufacturer, please let us know! We are happy to help.
When it comes to products, we also take returns if there is something obviously wrong with the product within a reasonable timeframe. We keep an open dialogue with our LPs and will let them know if we find issues in any of their batches!
Federally regulated edible products are only allowed to have 10 mg maximum per serving of edible which is measured carefully.
If you have purchased products with greater than 10 mg per serving, it was likely not at a licensed store and may not contain the stated amount.
If you choose to buy at a locally licensed store, you can be sure you are getting what you pay for.
It depends. AGLC has their own buyers who select which products they carry from which we can select from. Craft products are much harder to get hold of because of the limited grow space available, so sometimes it won’t be available until the next harvest.
AGLC also has to choose to order the product again due to sales velocity.
Please support your small/craft growers. Although prices can sometimes be higher, you often get what you pay for.
An adult (18+) in Alberta is legally allowed to possess up to 30 grams of legally produced dried-cannabis (or the equivalent volume in other forms).
The Government of Canada has developed ratios for other cannabis products that can be used to determine a possession limit for those products.
One (1) gram of dried cannabis is equivalent to:
- 5 g of fresh cannabis
- 15 g of edible product
- 70 g of liquid product
- 0.25 g of concentrates (solid or liquid)
- 1 cannabis plant seed
Consuming cannabis in/on any motor vehicle is illegal, with the exception of those being used as temporary residences (such as a parked RV).
In a Vehicle
Within Canada, you are allowed to transport cannabis in a vehicle, but it must be secured in closed packaging and not within reach of the driver or occupants.
Travelling with recreational cannabis is allowed within Canada and its provinces, provided it was purchased from a provincially licensed retailer or grown in your own home under current regulations. However, international travel with recreational cannabis is not allowed regardless of your destination.
Tourists who purchase recreational cannabis in Canada are not allowed to take it across federal borders.
Carrying any cannabis or cannabis products (legal or illegal) across Canada’s borders will remain a serious criminal offence, with individuals convicted of engaging in such activities liable for prosecution.
THC and CBD are both cannabinoids derived from the cannabis plant, but they’re different in many ways that may influence your next purchase.
An easy way to think about it is that THC is defined by what cannabis makes you feel, while the effects of CBD can’t be felt. The important distinction is that, unlike THC, CBD will not intoxicate you. It also addresses one of the most common reasons people choose to use CBD.
CBD can also block some of the intoxicating effects of THC. By binding to cannabinoid receptors, it will keep THC from activating those receptors. This translates to a less intense psychoactive effect, which is why products with a mix of CBD and THC are great for first-time consumers.
This does not mean that CBD cannot offer an effect. High doses of CBD often produce a profoundly relaxing experience. Like stepping out of a hot tub, your body may feel tingly and relaxed, and your brain may be clear.
Please consult your doctor.
Vaping is, in fact, quite similar to smoking. But unlike smoking, vaping does not require burning or combustion when heated. When an individual vapes cannabis, the active compounds in marijuana are heated at low temperatures.
So, what’s the difference?
Since you avoid the combustion associated with smoking, you’re less likely to experience lung irritation or discomfort, making it the ideal way to use cannabis, according to some researchers.
Toxins aren’t released into the respiratory system, which means vaping is a healthy way to reap the benefits of cannabis, too.
When it comes down to edibles vs. smoking, eating your marijuana may be preferable when you want to avoid the discomfort associated with smoking. Since edibles can last up to 12 or more hours, you may want to choose edibles when you want to experience long-lasting effects.
So, what about edibles vs. vaping?
While edibles may beat smoking for users looking to reduce throat irritation or potential discomfort, why would someone choose edibles over vaporizers?
Since vaporizing requires heat, you may prefer edibles when looking for a safer intake option.
Plus, many individuals boast that edibles are the most discreet way to enjoy cannabis in permitted areas, meaning you won’t attract any unwanted attention when snacking on your marijuana supply.
Disclaimer: This is not to be considered medical advice. Please consult your doctor.
Health Canada considers this to be medical advice. Your doctor or a medical cannabis clinic may be able to help you find the product you need.
Producers take different processes in handling the product. Certain producers will spend more time and effort such as growing with only sun, growing organically, hand trim etc, small batch growers and craft growers may have a premium price.
Start low and go slow, if you find yourself greening out just remember it will pass. Try chewing on a black peppercorn to help your mind come back down. Almost everyone has experienced this and it’s scary but again will pass with time.