St. Albert, AB, Canada

Smoking tolerance level [1= very illegal 5=virtually legal]: 2.5-3

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: fairly spotty enforcement but if you are caught your pot will be taken/ probably ticketed. St. Albert is a small community so it is more easily patrolled, and the cops have nothing better to do than bust someone smoking a joint.

Where to buy marijuana: ask around, it isn’t too hard, usually near high schools (no pun intended) or on back paths and scenic ravines.

Marijuana prices: usually will be around 50 = 1/4 Oz

90= 1/2 Oz

170 = 1Oz

this is just the average price it may fluctuaute a bit depending on who you know