Budders Cannabis located at 3466 Dundas St W is a licensed cannabis store that serves the Etobicoke, Junction, York and Mississauga communities.
For more information on Legal Cannabis in Ontario, please visit this link to the Government of Canada Website for Cannabis.
Legal Cannabis Explained
- In Ontario, Canada, the legal age for purchasing cannabis is 19 years or older.
- The Ontario Cannabis Store is the only online retailer and wholesaler of legal recreational cannabis.
- You are only to purchase 30 grams of cannabis at one-time.
Legal Consumption Age
The federal Cannabis Act sets the legal age of cannabis possession in Canada at 18 years but grants the authority for provinces and territories to raise the legal age. In Ontario, the legal age of cannabis possession and consumption is 19 years or older, which aligns with the province’s legal age for alcohol use.
Legal Purchase Store
In Ontario, the Ontario cannabis store is the official cannabis wholesaler for all legal cannabis products. Cannabis products can be found in a dispensary near you at Budders Cannabis at 3466 Dundas St W. To find another authorized cannabis store near you, click here.
Legal Forms of Purchasable Cannabis
The federal Cannabis Act legalizes fresh and dried cannabis, cannabis oil, plants and seeds for cultivation. On budderscannabis.ca, you can buy weed, cannabis seeds, cannabis oil, cannabis edibles and more.
Legal Allowable Cannabis Quantity in Ontario
Federal legislation defines a maximum public possession limit of up to 30 grams of dried legal cannabis at any time or its equivalency. In strong consideration and alignment with federal regulation, Budders Cannabis limits any one transaction to a maximum of 30 grams of dried cannabis or its equivalent in other forms.
Where can I legally consume my cannabis in Ontario?
Under the provincial legislation, recreational cannabis may only be legally consumed in:
- Private residential dwellings (including a front porch, balcony and backyard)
- Many outdoor public places, such as sidewalks and parks
- Designated guest rooms in hotels, motels and inns
- Controlled areas in residential care facilities, psychiatric facilities, veterans’ facilities and residential hospices
- Boats and vehicles when used as a temporary or permanent living space and not in use (excludes boats carrying passengers)
Where is cannabis illegal to consume in Ontario?
Cannabis cannot be consumed in:
- Enclosed public spaces and all workplaces
- Indoor common areas of condominiums, apartment buildings and university residences
- Schools and school grounds, and within 20 metres of the grounds of a school and community centre
- Restaurant and bar patios, and public areas within nine metres of a patio
- Child-care centres, home child-care centres and where an early years program or service is provided
- Children’s playgrounds
- Outdoor grounds of hospitals and certain Ontario government buildings
- Publicly owned sporting areas (except golf courses)
- Vehicles and boats that are being operated by the user (in the case of all forms of consumption) or under someone’s care or control (in the case of cannabis being smoked or vaped)
Laws Governing Driving Under the Influence of Cannabis
Both federal and provincial legislation set out key provisions related to drug-impaired driving offences and procedures. Police are now able to detect suspected drug-impaired driving and enforce strict offences related to drug-impaired driving.