Legalising pot sales in Canada has become a hot topic for online marijuana sales.
But with legalisation now a reality, what’s the right price for the marijuana you’re buying?
Read moreThe price of marijuana in Canada was recently estimated at $1,700 per gram, or roughly £1,200 per gram.
But if you are buying from a legal online marijuana dealer, you can legally buy from the Canadian government, according to the National Post.
So, the Canadian Department of Justice (DOJ) says that buying marijuana from a dealer is not illegal.
However, there are still certain legalities and restrictions you need to be aware of.
Here’s how to legally purchase marijuana from online stores.
You will need to go to the DOJ website and register with the department before you can purchase from them.
If you don’t register, you will be charged a $100 (Canadian) fee for registering.
If the DOI doesn’t have an online store, you’ll need to buy from a licensed marijuana dealer or delivery service.
There are many ways to buy marijuana from the legal cannabis market, and you can use any of them to buy weed.
However you choose to buy, it is advisable to choose a reputable and trusted online marijuana retailer that is regulated and regulated by the DOJ.
The Department of Health and the Justice Department are the two agencies responsible for enforcing the cannabis laws.
The DOJ regulates online marijuana retailers, and the DOJ supervises the enforcement of the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act.
So far, the DOJ has issued several notices about the legal marijuana market and issued fines of up to $1 million for marijuana sellers and up to one million for online retailers.
There’s a long way to go before the legal recreational marijuana market is officially in place, but the DOA is expected to announce the date of the official legalization of recreational marijuana in April.
Read more: Online pot dealer is selling weed on the cheap in Canada.
How can you get around that?