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Here is where you’ll find answers to the most common questions Cannabis NL has heard so far. If you can’t find the answer you’re looking for, please CONTACT US. 

Edibles, Extracts and Topicals

Cannabis-infused food and beverage products, absorbed through the digestive tract, providing a smoke-free option. Though it can take much longer than smoking or vaping to feel effects, depending on the dose and potency levels, effects can feel more pronounced and may last longer than what is experienced when smoking or vaping. 

A: Products that are produced using extraction processing methods or by synthesizing Phyto cannabinoids. Examples include oil, vape cartridge liquid, shatter, wax and tinctures. Effects can be experienced almost immediately and can last 1-3 hours, depending on the person.

A: Cannabis-infused products which are intended to be used on external body surfaces (e.g., skin, hair and nails). Examples of these products include lotions, balms and soaps.

A: While NLC does offer some of these products at the moment, additional edibles, extracts and topicals will be become available in the coming weeks and months.

A: The only legal means by which to purchase non-medical cannabis products in Newfoundland and Labrador is through Licensed Cannabis Retailers.

A: It is best to direct questions regarding dosage to Licensed Producers / Suppliers. However, as a general rule it is advised to start low and go slow.

A: Please see the chart from Health Canada regarding gram equivalencies

Online Ordering

A: All Products ship directly from NLC’s Distribution Centre. Product is typically delivered within 1 to 2 business days, with some exceptions.

A: Products available to order online vary depending on availability and customer demand, and are subject to change. Select the category you wish to search from the “SHOP” drop down menu.

A: Simply click on the LOGIN link, follow the directions provided.

A: If “add to bag” is not an option displayed, the product you are searching is not available for online purchasing at this time or you have reached your 30g limit.

You do not need to create an account to place an order. You may order as a guest.

A: Creating an account allows you to review the status of your current and past orders, identify your favorite stores and products for more efficient online shopping and store multiple addresses for delivery to make online checkout more efficient.

A: The cost of delivery is a flat rate of $50.00 + HST per order.

A: Acceptable payment methods to place an order online include bitcoin, PayPal, CashApp etc.

A: Upon completion of the checkout process, you will receive an order confirmation on screen and via email to the email address provided during checkout process.

A: To read our Shipping and Returns policy, please CLICK HERE.

A: Once an order has been placed, all details are final and cannot be altered, including shipping location.

A: A receipt will be included with your order when you receive it. You will also receive an email receipt when you place your order.

A: Review the tracking details in the Order Confirmation email you should have received upon checkout or visit the Track My Order section.

A: Once an order is placed, the details of that order are final, including the items purchased. If there is another item that you would like to purchase, you will need to create a new order.

A: After 5 minutes of inactivity on the payment page, you will not be able to complete your transaction. Please refresh the page and complete the checkout process again.


In an effort to ensure secured, safe retail access to non-medical cannabis, NLC issued a Request for Proposal (RFP) for Licensed Cannabis Retailers (LCRs) in Newfoundland & Labrador on February 2018 , with another RFP issued in May 2018 for specific regions. The proposals were focused on geographic areas (postal codes) throughout the province, with the qualified proponents moving to the next step of application. Most of these applicants have since received their licenses, while a few others continue to work on the requirements. Currently, over 70% of the population are within 50KM of their nearest retail store.

NLC will continue to monitor the retail environment during the initial stages of legalization. If more retail opportunities are warranted, NLC will be sure to advise the general public. Future opportunities will be posted on our website at

A: The Government of Canada has chosen to legalize cannabis to create a legal framework around production, distribution, sale and possession of cannabis in Canada. More information about the federal framework can be found here:


A: The sale of cannabis is being conducted through private retailers licensed by the Newfoundland and Labrador Liquor Corporation (NLC), which has the experience, resources and infrastructure to be regulator and distributor. NLC controls the possession, sale and delivery of cannabis, and sets prices for cannabis products.

NLC has established a secure online location at  for the purchase of cannabis products, providing accessibility for all Newfoundlanders and Labradorians.

Programs have been developed for public awareness and education as well as specific training initiatives for retail operators and staff. NLC is working in partnership with government departments to deliver social responsibility communications via mass media, online and in Licensed Cannabis Retailers to ensure all matters pertaining to the legalization of cannabis are understood. A comprehensive, multifaceted public education and awareness program has been undertaken to ensure that residents, and particularly parents, youth, drivers, employers and employees understand the serious risks associated with cannabis use.

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In the province of Newfoundland Labrador, plastic and glass cannabis containers can be placed in see-through blue bags along with other recyclable containers with curbside recycling, once the cap liner is removed. Cannabis pouches are made out of mixed materials and as such cannot be recycled so they should be placed in the garbage.


A: Newfoundland and Labrador has set a legal age of 19 for cannabis use, purchase and possession.

A: In-Store – Customers are required to present a valid photo I.D. for all transactions occurring in Licensed Cannabis Retail stores. Products will not be sold to individuals who cannot produce a valid form of identification.

Online – For online purchases, a valid photo I.D. must be presented upon home delivery. Packages must be signed for by a resident of legal age and will not be left in community mailboxes, residential mailboxes or on doorsteps. Cannabis NL accepts Canadian Passport, Canadian Citizenship card, Canadian Armed Forces ID or Driver’s License as valid forms of identification.

A: Individuals are permitted to purchase up to 200$ .

A: Yes. Edible cannabis products are now available on our website and through Licensed Cannabis Retailers. To see the edible cannabis products available on our site.

A: Products available for purchase include cannabis in the following forms: dried flower, seeds, plants, concentrates, edibles and topicals.

A: Those aged 19 years and older will be permitted to grow up to four (4) plants per household.

A: We regulate and enforce product packaging and safety guidelines in all Licensed Cannabis Retailers and online as identified in the Federal Government regulatory framework.

: Store hours vary by location. Please visit the Find a Store page at for contact information for each store.

A: No. Cannabis NL sets and maintains common pricing for the same products across the sales network in Newfoundland and Labrador for all Licensed Cannabis Retailers.


A: There are a number of valuable resources available to help with speaking to children and teens about drugs, including cannabis. For important information, visit GOVERNMENT OF CANADA

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A: Police have been trained to detect impaired drivers through observation and tools such as field sobriety tests. Where police suspect a driver is impaired, they may have a driver undergo an examination by a police officer who has received special training as a Drug Recognition Evaluator.

The Federal Government is also developing roadside screening devices to detect cannabis in drivers and plans to set maximum permitted blood levels for THC (one of the main psychoactive ingredients in cannabis). New tools will be deployed by police in Newfoundland and Labrador as they become available.

A: The following amendments to the Highway Traffic Act further strengthen impaired driving legislation in the province:

– Zero tolerance for drugs for novice drivers, drivers under age 22 and commercial drivers;
– Seven day vehicle impoundment for the presence of drugs or a combination of drugs and alcohol for novice drivers, drivers under age 22 and commercial drivers;
– Seven day vehicle impoundment for all drivers deemed impaired based on Standardized Field Sobriety Test (SFST)/approved testing device and/or Drug Recognition Expert (DRE);
– Thirty day vehicle impoundment for all drivers for refusal or failure to comply with a demand, consistent with alcohol; and,
– Medical exemption provisions, subject to confirmation of legally authorization and the individual not being impaired.

A: Driving while impaired is dangerous and is a criminal offence. Driving while impaired by cannabis or other drugs is illegal now and will be illegal after legalization. Drivers found to be impaired while driving will face driver license suspensions, fines, vehicle impoundment and/or time in jail.

A: Driving while impaired from cannabis is associated with an increased risk of motor vehicle accidents. The most effective way to avoid any risks of cannabis use is to abstain from use. The evidence-based Canadian Low Risk Use Cannabis Guidelines recommend not driving for at least six hours after using cannabis. As such, it is important to refrain from getting behind the wheel for at least this long or longer, as wait times can vary depending on the individual user, the properties of the specific cannabis product, and the method of consumption. Furthermore, using both cannabis and alcohol together multiplies impairment risks for driving and must be avoided altogether. Regardless of how you may feel, it is important to remember that impaired is impaired and it is illegal to operate or have care and control of a vehicle when impaired by drugs, alcohol, or a combination of drugs and alcohol.

A: Buying or selling cannabis outside of the licensed system is illegal. Severe fines and criminal penalties apply. Depending on the seriousness of the offence, you could:

— Receive a ticket,
— Be fined up to $100,000, or
— Face up to 14 years in jail.

A: You may consume cannabis in a private dwelling or yard attached to a private dwelling.

You may be able to consume cannabis in hotel rooms or units in apartment buildings, subject to restrictions that may be imposed by the building owner or operator. Cannabis may not be consumed in any of the common areas of those buildings.

You may be able to consume cannabis on a rented campsite, subject to restrictions that may be imposed by the park owner or operator. You may be able to consume cannabis in a vehicle that is being used as a temporary or private residence while it is not on a road.

You are not permitted to consume cannabis in a public place, a motor vehicle or a boat, similar to the restrictions on consuming alcohol. A limited exception applies for medical cannabis. A person with a valid authorization to use medical cannabis under the federal Cannabis Act may consume medical cannabis in an outdoor public place where smoking or vaping is permitted by the Smoke-Free Environment Act, 2005, but would not be able to consume cannabis in a motor vehicle.

A: A person will be allowed to only transport 30 grams of cannabis at a time. While in a vehicle, the cannabis will have to be in a container with an unbroken seal or stored such that it is inaccessible to the driver or a passenger.

A: No. Only federally licensed producers are permitted to grow cannabis to sell. You also are not permitted to make edibles to sell.