Where to Buy Weed Online in Burnaby, British Columbia.
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What is legal in Burnaby?
There are strict laws and regulations around the legalization of non-medical cannabis. Before you buy, use, or grow your own non-medical cannabis, learn more about what’s legal and what’s not.
Medical cannabis is within the responsibility of Health Canada. To find out more, go to Health Canada.
Is buying weed online legal in Burnaby?
In the years predating legalization, you would have to pay a visit to one of the many physical dispensaries around the Burnaby area. Many of these stores would only sell for medical purposes to patients. Burnaby took a very liberal stance when it came to cannabis, so the city generally allowed these businesses to operate unscathed.
Today, recreational (a.k.a. non-medical) cannabis is legal in Canada. In early 2020, the British Columbia provincial government passed legislation that permits the online sale of cannabis for cannabis companies. Check out our help article about our commitment to your security, privacy, and discretion.
How much weed can I legally possess in Burnaby?
Adults 19+ can carry up to 30 grams of dried non-medical cannabis, or its equivalent, in a public place.
In addition, adults cannot possess any more than 1,000 grams of dried non-medical cannabis, or its equivalent, in a non-public place, such as at your home. This limit is per household and is based on the expected yield from four cannabis plants.
You must be 19 years or older to buy, use, possess, or grow non-medical cannabis in Burnaby.
Are edibles, topicals, and extracts legal in Burnaby?
As of October 17, 2019, federal cannabis regulations enforced new rules to allow legal production and sale of three new classes of cannabis products:
- Edible cannabis, such as baked goods and beverages;
- Cannabis extracts, such as vaping liquids, tinctures, wax, hash, and cannabis oil; and
- Cannabis topicals, such as creams, lotions and balms, and similar products that are meant to be applied to a person’s skin, hair, or nails
As required by the Cannabis Act, the amended regulations came into effect on October 17, 2019.
For a high-level overview of these new rules, please review: Final Regulations: Edible Cannabis, Cannabis Extracts, Cannabis Topicals.
Can I operate a vehicle or boat high?
Non-medical cannabis consumption is generally not allowed in vehicles whether they are parked or moving, but there are some exceptions to this rule.
It can be used in motorhomes or other motor vehicles, or campers, or trailers when being used as a private residence and parked off a public road or forest service road where camping is allowed.
Cannabis can be transported in a vehicle as long as it’s in its original, unopened packaging, or is inaccessible to the driver and occupants (for example, in the trunk). In addition, a maximum of four non-medical cannabis plants can be transported in a vehicle, but they cannot be budding or flowering.
Non-medical cannabis use is generally not allowed on boats. However, you are allowed to use non-medical cannabis on a boat that is moored or anchored if it has sleeping accommodations, a kitchen and a toilet.
Non-medical cannabis use is allowed in a private cabin on a commercially operated boat if the operator allows it.
Can I use weed publicly in Burnaby?
Adults 19+ can generally smoke or vape cannabis in public spaces where tobacco smoking and vaping are allowed. But remember, second-hand smoke can be harmful and irritating to people, especially children, so be mindful when smoking in public spaces.
Smoking and vaping cannabis are not allowed in the following public places:
- Playgrounds, sports fields, skate parks, swimming pools and spray pools, or any decks or seating areas associated these places
- Public buildings, workplaces, or common areas of apartments, condos, or dormitories, and within six metres of air intakes, windows, and doorways attached to these places
- Within six metres of bus stops, transit shelters, train stations, ferry docks and similar places
- Regional and municipal parks, except for designated campsites
- Provincial parks, except for areas identified or designated
- Public patios
- Health board properties, except in designated smoking areas
Registered hotel guests may smoke or vape cannabis in their hotel room if the hotel allows it.
Community care facilities, assisted living residences, and hospitals may designate specific rooms in which residents or patients can smoke or vape cannabis.
Non-medical cannabis consumption (in all forms) is banned on K-12 school properties, as well as any adjacent sidewalks or boulevards. It’s also illegal for both driver and passenger(s) to consume non-medical cannabis in a car.
Local and Indigenous governments can set additional restrictions on public use of non-medical cannabis under existing powers to establish bylaws.
This printable factsheet provides additional details about public consumption in B.C.
Since legalization in 2018, cannabis has taken Canada by storm. Every day, thousands of new Canadians dabble with cannabis products. Whether using cannabis for medical or recreational purposes, the legalization of the cannabis plant has opened a massive market for the sale of cannabis both in-person and online.
And despite the increased ubiquity of cannabis, the industry continues to be shrouded in mystery for most of us. My Supply Co. was born out of frustration with the confusion, overwhelm, and discomfort around buying and consuming cannabis. So we did something about it, offering a needs-based shopping experience to deliver solutions for sex, anxiety, pain, sleep, energy, focus, and mood.
My Supply Co. exists with one mission in mind: to make weed make sense by marrying purpose, function, design, and authenticity. We believe strongly that, if we are unforgiving to every detail, there will always be those few who will recognize this dedication.