Waterloo, ON, Canada

Smoking tolerance level [1= very illegal 5=virtually legal]: 4

Legislation: Cannabis is schedule II in Canada (for more than 3 kg). Canada’s cannabis control laws are spottily enforced, with the west coast (British Columbia) being well known for its high quality cannabis and low levels of enforcement. In 2002, Canada’s federal government made several findings in favor of cannabis legalization and medical use approval. Although the status of medical cannabis is still in flux (sep 2002), the Canadian government has several times voiced its intention to support full medical use. Non-viable Cannabis seeds and Cannabis stalks (that do not include leaves, flowers, seeds or branches) are exempted.

In July 2000, an Ontario Court of Appeal ruled against the Canadian law because it did not address medical necessity and on July 31, 2001 a new regulation was enacted by the cabinet which addressed medical use. In January 2003, a lower Ontario court ruled simple possession laws banning cannabis unconstitutional, although it is unclear what the long term implications of this might be.

Law enforcement:

Where to buy marijuana:

Marijuana prices: 10 dollars a gram.

30 dollars an 1/8th.

150-200 an ounce.

Marijuana brands: Medium grade stuff.

More information:

Whistler, BC, Canada

Smoking tolerance level [1= very illegal 5=virtually legal]: 4.5

Legislation: it is against the law to possess marijuana in Canada. If you have baggies, scales or other selling paraphenalia, you may be charged with trafficking.

Cannabis is schedule II in Canada (for more than 3 kg). Canada’s cannabis control laws are spottily enforced, with the west coast (British Columbia) being well known for its high quality cannabis and low levels of enforcement. In 2002, Canada’s federal government made several findings in favor of cannabis legalization and medical use approval. Although the status of medical cannabis is still in flux (sep 2002), the Canadian government has several times voiced its intention to support full medical use. Non-viable Cannabis seeds and Cannabis stalks (that do not include leaves, flowers, seeds or branches) are exempted.

In July 2000, an Ontario Court of Appeal ruled against the Canadian law because it did not address medical necessity and on July 31, 2001 a new regulation was enacted by the cabinet which addressed medical use. In January 2003, a lower Ontario court ruled simple possession laws banning cannabis unconstitutional, although it is unclear what the long term implications of this might be.

Law enforcement: Police only seem to be interested in the big grow ops

Where to buy marijuana: Outside moguls cafe, the liquor store and the little groterystore (1 area), just ask people sitting around and most of the time you’ll be able to find some bud.

Marijuana prices: If you’re not from canada they’ll charge you 40 an 8th so say your from vancouver or something.

Marijuana brands: Its always different and most of them don’t even know.

Whitehorse, YT, Canada

Smoking tolerance level [1= very illegal 5=virtually legal]: 4

Legislation: it is against the law to possess marijuana in Canada. If you have baggies, scales or other selling paraphenalia, you may be charged with trafficking.

Cannabis is schedule II in Canada (for more than 3 kg). Canada’s cannabis control laws are spottily enforced, with the west coast (British Columbia) being well known for its high quality cannabis and low levels of enforcement. In 2002, Canada’s federal government made several findings in favor of cannabis legalization and medical use approval. Although the status of medical cannabis is still in flux (sept. 2002), the Canadian government has several times voiced its intention to support full medical use. Non-viable Cannabis seeds and Cannabis stalks (that do not include leaves, flowers, seeds or branches) are exempted.

In July 2000, an Ontario Court of Appeal ruled against the Canadian law because it did not address medical necessity and on July 31, 2001 a new regulation was enacted by the cabinet which addressed medical use. In January 2003, a lower Ontario court ruled simple possession laws banning cannabis unconstitutional, although it is unclear what the long term implications of this might be.

Law Enforcement: Unless you’re selling it you’re probley going to be ok. Once I was pulled over smoking a joint(stupid), while speeding (stupider), and rolling through a stop sign (stupidest), and was told to keep the window down for the drive home.

While this was lucky, it’s not the only time I’ve heard of the same thing happening.

Where to buy Marijuana in Whitehorse: Main st. is usually a safe bet for the young, or the crowd at our AWEZOME local hempstore will usually be helpful. So long as you don’t look like a narc or something.

Whitehorse Marijuana Prices:

40 – 1/8

70-80 – 1/4

130ish – 1/2

200-300 – 1oz (depending on qualitly of course)

800> – 1/4 lb.

3000ish lb.

Brands: Lots of good product in town as we are not very far from BC, not always a huge selection or different kinds, but always something really good if you don’t mind looking for a bit….. and as usual paying a lot.

More information: Great town to get stoned in, the local stoner crowds are totally friendly and our hempstore is second to none! usually a bit of a drought in aug-early sept. Happy stoning

Wikwemikong, Manitoulin Island, Canada

Smoking tolerance level [1= very illegal 5=virtually legal]: 4

Legislation: it is against the law to possess marijuana in Canada. If you have baggies, scales or other selling paraphenalia, you may be charged with trafficking.

Cannabis is schedule II in Canada (for more than 3 kg). Canada’s cannabis control laws are spottily enforced, with the west coast (British Columbia) being well known for its high quality cannabis and low levels of enforcement. In 2002, Canada’s federal government made several findings in favor of cannabis legalization and medical use approval. Although the status of medical cannabis is still in flux (sep 2002), the Canadian government has several times voiced its intention to support full medical use. Non-viable Cannabis seeds and Cannabis stalks (that do not include leaves, flowers, seeds or branches) are exempted.

In July 2000, an Ontario Court of Appeal ruled against the Canadian law because it did not address medical necessity and on July 31, 2001 a new regulation was enacted by the cabinet which addressed medical use. In January 2003, a lower Ontario court ruled simple possession laws banning cannabis unconstitutional, although it is unclear what the long term implications of this might be.

our recent update is: “Possesions on its own rarely makes court and when it does…. possession if thats all the judge has to deal with will genereally ask for it to be thrown out…. for over 15 Gup to 3000 ish….. Policeman here have been busted selling more. But it was the breach of trust that really hurt him in that case.

Law enforcement: Rarely a Grow Op bust or any type of marijuana prohibition enforced.

Where to buy marijuana: Suppliers are usually juggled around, but there is a steady supply. If you are new to Wikwemikong and are looking, ask anybody of younger generations for some.

Marijuana prices: $15-20 per Gram, $35-40 per 1/8th or Half Quarter, $120-140 per half ounce, $240-260 per ounce. $50-60 per fiver of oil, $20 per gram of oil, $20 per gram of hash (Rare).

Marijuana brands: Mid-Grade Indoor to Outdoor strains.

More information:

Wolfville, NS, Canada

Smoking tolerance level [1= very illegal 5=virtually legal]: 4.5

Legislation: Marijuana is illegal in Canada, and you can be charged for having it, or having scales and bongs and such.

Law enforcement: The laws enforcement in Wolfville is VERY relax. I’ve never heard of anyone from around here being charged except massive chinese growers out in the sticks.

I was once driven home by a pot who admitted to me he knew I was high. He told me I shouldn’t walk around at night (it was 4am) while I was high because I might get mugged. Nice guy, didn’t search me, gave me a free ride.

Where to buy marijuana: There is no specific place. This is a University town, so the dealers change every 6-12 months. Just walk into one of the many bars or parties that go on (there is no way you can’t find a party…just knock on the door, say you’re from out of town and trust me, they will let you party with them.) Just ask around and you will find.

Marijuana prices: ~70 for 1/4

~180-200 for 1 ounce

These prices are on average.

Marijuana brands: No specific brands that I know of, but every time I’ve ever boughten in this town, it’s been very potent.

More information: The dealers here are very nice for the most part. The majority of them don’t mind strangers, and some will even offer you to sit down and toke up with them. The dealers do NOT hang around the streets, you will have to find someone to tell you where a dealer lives and go knock.

Yellowknife, SWT, Canada

Smoking tolerance level [1= very illegal 5=virtually legal]: 4

Legislation: Cannabis is schedule II in Canada (for more than 3 kg). Canada’s cannabis control laws are spottily enforced, with the west coast (British Columbia) being well known for its high quality cannabis and low levels of enforcement. In 2002, Canada’s federal government made several findings in favor of cannabis legalization and medical use approval. Although the status of medical cannabis is still in flux (sep 2002), the Canadian government has several times voiced its intention to support full medical use. Non-viable Cannabis seeds and Cannabis stalks (that do not include leaves, flowers, seeds or branches) are exempted.

Law enforcement: lots of RCMP

Where to buy marijuana: Gold Range and that area.

Marijuana prices: 20$ for a dime wrapped in tinfoil.

It is barely .8 of a gram.

Marijuana brands: Good creeper stone, not the best taste but works just fine.

More information: Best bet is to get to know somw locals. Probably not at the Gold Range.

I was actualy able to score a proper 1/8 th for 40$ with the help of some very cool locals I met. Bonus of having new friends and lots to talk about.

They had killer weed. Tasty Tasty. but ws unable to get any personal but got smoked up very kindly.

Smoking out side when temperatures dip below -40 is a unpleasant experience. If the joint went out sometimes; the moisture inside would freeze and make it hard to relight properly. Also hard to fix runs (canoes) with frozen fingers.

The aboriginal people call the herb “Clow” rhymes with snow.

Winnipeg, MB, Canada

Smoking tolerance level [1= very illegal 5=virtually legal]: 5

Legislation: it is against the law to possess marijuana in Canada. If you have baggies, scales or other selling paraphernalia, you may be charged with trafficking.

Cannabis is schedule II in Canada (for more than 3 kg). Canada’s cannabis control laws are spottily enforced, with the west coast (British Columbia) being well known for its high quality cannabis and low levels of enforcement. In 2002, Canada’s federal government made several findings in favor of cannabis legalization and medical use approval. Although the status of medical cannabis is still in flux (sep 2002), the Canadian government has several times voiced its intention to support full medical use. Non-viable Cannabis seeds and Cannabis stalks (that do not include leaves, flowers, seeds or branches) are exempted.

In July 2000, an Ontario Court of Appeal ruled against the Canadian law because it did not address medical necessity and on July 31, 2001 a new regulation was enacted by the cabinet which addressed medical use. In January 2003, a lower Ontario court ruled simple possession laws banning cannabis unconstitutional, although it is unclear what the long term implications of this might be.

Law Enforcement: From what I understand anything less than 30 grams you can get away with if it’s all in one bag. Anything involving bags, scale or money can lead to prosecution.

One of our reporters added: “I have been caught with over 9 grms and not had any para broken only weed jacked. Also I have been caught in a boxed car with weed and told the officer as i rolled down the window that i was meeting friends. He told us to have a nice night.”

and another local reporter added: “Been living in Winnipeg my whole life, I’ve walked down the street with a 3ft glass bong… cops drove by and did stare, but never stopped. Been pulled over hot boxed more then once, always got a warning. Had cops find about 20 grams of weed on me when I was 15 (I’m nearly 20 now), they told my school that I was smoking(which was near by), but threw my pot in the river(seriously) so the school had nothing on me.”

and also: “the laws are flexed on pot use example, 28 grams not bagged=be ok but if you even have ten grams bagged probably get charged with intent to sell. Bottom line dont smoke around police.”

and : “For the most part they don’t care. Usually they’ll just take it away and let you go. You can get charged if you have anything over 30g or if you have a scale or any other “selling equipment.””

Where to buy Marijuana in Winnipeg:

the safest place to by weed for a visitor is in Osbourne village near downtown but only in months that don’t require a parka. there are usually a few dealers hanging around the intersection of River st and Osbourne.

-best bet is to go talk to a local, we are friendly it says so on our license plates.

another reporter added: “Ask any young person under 25 is best, be discreet not everyone smokes.”

and another local reporter added: “This is the part I wanted to add to… the place you have described a.k.a. “the circle”(corner of Osborne and River) is the most known place(It is in front of a subway). In the winter they often go into the bus shack right in from… usually g-unit looking types. BE CAREFUL many honest dealers there have been beat up and kicked out for giving good grams. If its wrapped in tin foil make sure its good. If you do buy from there don’t be too surprised if you receive .6 or .5(at the very very least), because this does happen.

Also another very good spot that you guys do not have on there is Portage Place… the downtown mall. On Portage Ave about 4 or 5 blocks west of Main street you will see sky walks crossing this very busy street(which happens to be the trans-canada highway). These sky walks all have shops in them and attach Portage Place to all the other office buildings around. the largest bus stop in front of Portage Place is teaming with pot dealers. Also on the east side of this mall in the summer are two hot dog carts and a large marble square also teaming with dealers(they like the hot dogs I think)”

and also: “Osbourne village, Portage place, any class high school, but if you want the preemo you gotta be connected to the right people, don’t just go ask anybody ask somebody you might think to be a stoner.”

and: “Osbourne and Roslyn (right before the bridge, I call this area the ‘Roslyn Pharmacy’). quality is hit and miss. sometimes you can find someone selling some really good stuff. sometimes you’ll find your bag a gram or so short.”

and : “Easiest places to get it are the Osbourne Circle and Portage Place. However, Osbourne Circle is infamous among locals for being very shitty or dirty (laced) weed. Usually skimpy grams too. If you happen to be in Winnipeg during school you’ll find better, cleaner stuff at just about any high school in the city. If you’re in the area, the Stafford St. Doors of Kelvin High School is full of dealers who, for the most part, have really good stuff.”

Winnipeg Marijuana Prices:

Grams = 10$

Quarters = $50 – $65

Ounce = $170 – $230

Grams are usually always 10 bucks but since the summer is a dry part of the season good buds can be the higher end of these prices. Com winter more hydro comes out and the price go down.

Another reporter added: “$10 street dimebags are just under 1g various grades.

1/4OZ. :$40-70 $50 is the average $70 for primo.”

and another reporter added: “10per gram, 50per 1/4, 180+per 0z”

and also: “10$(cnd)=Gram

50-65$(cnd)=Quarter

170-220$(cnd)=Ounce note:On the rez its different ”

and also: “As of Summer ’07, prices went up to about 170-190 for an ounce. I can usually get a half for about $90”

and : “gram-$10

1/4-$50-$60

1/2-$90-$110

Oz-$150-$230

Qp-$400-$800”

Brands: Shwag = low end weed 170 or less an oz

commercial = usually dealer weed some times premo sometime shwag usually will do the job more like 180 an oz

Premo, Bomb, Dank = Strait hydro’s the really good shit, price varies from 200 to 280 depending on season and quality. but average for bomb is like 220.

some purples, lots of asian, mostly hydro, it always changes no matter who you buy from

More information: great weed 9/10 times, the people here are spoiled

On 4/20 hundreds of smokers gather at the legislative building, more commonly known as the leg (pronounced ledge) and smoke weed with security and police standing by, not doing anything about it. Hot dog and ice cream vendors gather around the area to sell the smokers food, usually with some sort of discount at a smoking related store offered if you buy their food. Overall it’s a smoker’s paradise.

Sault Ste. Marle, ON, Canada

Smoking tolerance level [1= very illegal 5=virtually legal]: 5

Legislation: Marijuana is legal only for medical use, with a doctor’s permit. In January 2003, a lower Ontario court ruled simple possession laws banning cannabis unconstitutional.

Law enforcement: Police may ticket you for possession, but will usually just throw your weed away and let you go. Generally, the police will not bother you unless they have received a complaint. Near the reserves on the outskirts on town it’s said that police even sell.

Where to buy marijuana: Wherever you go in Sault Ste. Marie you’e bound to see a fellow smoker, so it’s not difficult to find any in a time of need. Other than that, a few well known growers can be find scattered in and around the city.

Marijuana prices: $25-35 for an eigth, a half ounce is $90-110, an ounce is $185-200, a Quarter pound is $700 and a pound is $2000.

Marijuana brands: Many unclassified, mostly sativa. A large amount of cross breeds, and an especially strong crop late fall-early winter.

More information: In August of every year we have an annual Hempfest which draws a fairly nice sized crowd of people for 3-4 days. It includes concerts, contests, many vendors with incredibly low prices, and a guarantee of a hazey memory.

Sherbrooke, QC, Canada

Smoking tolerance level [1= very illegal 5=virtually legal]: 5

Legislation: Marijuana is legal only for medical use in Quebec, with a doctor’s permit.

Law enforcement: The cops are flexible with marijuana laws. They are pretty tolerant for casual non-violent pot-smokers; mind your business and they’ll do the same. Don’t smoke it in public if you don’t have to, otherwise you’ll just get unwanted attention for nothing.

Where to buy marijuana: You can find good deals with homegrowers or dealers in local area like Lennoxville, otherwise look for some connections around Wellington street; you’re bound to find a stoner who would be more than happy to hook you up.

another reporter added: “You can go at the Mi-Vallon park in Rock Forest

A lot of skateboarder are smoking and can sell you some”

Marijuana prices: 10$ / gram

35 – 45$ / set

100 -160$ / ounce

800 – 1600$ / pound

These prices may vary depending on dealers, seasons and so forth.

Marijuana brands: Nothing specific; a mixture of various local strains. You’ll find imports from BC; Blueberry, Bubblegum, Super Skunk…

Dealers don’t particularly pay attention to the strains.

Smithers, BC, Canada

Smoking tolerance level [1= very illegal 5=virtually legal]: 3

Legislation: it is against the law to possess marijuana in Canada. If you have baggies, scales or other selling paraphenalia, you may be charged with trafficking.

Cannabis is schedule II in Canada (for more than 3 kg). Canada’s cannabis control laws are spottily enforced, with the west coast (British Columbia) being well known for its high quality cannabis and low levels of enforcement. In 2002, Canada’s federal government made several findings in favor of cannabis legalization and medical use approval. Although the status of medical cannabis is still in flux (sep 2002), the Canadian government has several times voiced its intention to support full medical use. Non-viable Cannabis seeds and Cannabis stalks (that do not include leaves, flowers, seeds or branches) are exempted.

In July 2000, an Ontario Court of Appeal ruled against the Canadian law because it did not address medical necessity and on July 31, 2001 a new regulation was enacted by the cabinet which addressed medical use. In January 2003, a lower Ontario court ruled simple possession laws banning cannabis unconstitutional, although it is unclear what the long term implications of this might be.

Law enforcement: The police will search you if you are caught with pot in your possession, they will take it away. If you’re not caught with paraphernalia related to dealing you probably won’t be arrested. Don’t get caught with bongs or pipes, they will make you break them. *sniff*. Police reaction will depend a lot on your attitude.

Where to buy marijuana: Try walking main st. look for people hacking (hacky-sac), or hippie-ish looking folks.

Marijuana prices: $25 to $30 for an eighth ounce. Ounce for $200 to $240 (CAD).

More information: Hash is a rarity in town, don’t bother looking for it unless someone offers.