No Cannabis to be sold in BC liquor stores.

This article was created by CTV News, Laura Kane.

When recreational marijuana is legalized in Canada this summer, British Columbians won’t be able to buy it along with a six-pack of beer.

Solicitor General Mike Farnworth is set to unveil a suite of rules and regulations for legal cannabis in B.C. on Monday.

Global News has learned that chief among them will be a ban on the sale of cannabis products alongside any alcohol products.

In addition to the liquor store ban, Farnworth is set to announce that landlords will have the right to ban tenants from growing cannabis on their premises.

LISTEN: Inching closer to legalization


The province has previously announced that marijuana will be sold in a mixture of privately owned and publicly owned outlets; it is now set to clarify that none of those outlets will be liquor stores.

WATCH: B.C. landlords call for pot smoking ban

Under the model, it would be possible for a stand-alone cannabis retail outlet to be established next door to a liquor store, but not within its doors.

Farnworth has rejected the selling of cannabis in liquor stores, known as “co-location,” despite a campaign by an unlikely alliance of private liquor retailers and unionized public liquor store workers to allow for the sale of the products side by side.

READ MORE: B.C.’s liquor stores want control of recreational pot sales, but not everyone’s on board

That alliance has argued that liquor stores already have the infrastructure in place to safely handle cannabis, and that staff are well trained to prevent the sale to minors or intoxicated people.

WATCH: Reaction to legalization of marijuana in B.C.

However, public health experts including former Chief Provincial Health Officer Dr. Perry Kendall have argued against co-location.

Those experts argued that while 80 per cent of British Columbians consume alcohol, just 17 per cent say they use cannabis.

READ MORE: B.C. Government unveils how cannabis will be sold once legalized

On one hand, they argued, making cannabis available in any of B.C.’s nearly 900 public and private liquor outlets could increase marijuana use, while on the other hand, it could expose people seeking marijuana who have addiction issues to alcohol.

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Liberal caucus proposes decriminalization of illegal drug use, simple possession

They’re pushing the Trudeau government to go much further than legalizing recreational marijuana. In a priority resolution they hope will be adopted at the Liberals’ policy convention in April for inclusion in the next election platform, the national caucus is calling on the government to eliminate criminal penalties for simple possession and consumption of all illicit drugs.

Newly-minted NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh has taken a similar stance.

But the Conservatives, who have opposed many elements of the plan to legalize pot by July, are signaling that they would object to decriminalizing the use of other, harder drugs even more strenuously.

“The Conservatives haven’t been satisfied or in any way pleased with what they’re doing in the area of marijuana. I think it’s going to be a complete mess in this country,” Conservative justice critic Rob Nicholson said in an interview.

“That being said, to expand this … to do anything that does anything except discourage people from taking opioids and strong drugs I think is a mistake,” he added.

“If you’re saying it’s OK to consume this, you’re not sending out the message here that this is a huge problem that tears families apart, destroys peoples’ health, decreases the safety within this country. Because who’s going to be providing them with this? These are the criminal elements.”

Many Conservatives feared legalization of pot would be just the first step towards legalizing other, harder drugs. But Nicholson said he’s frankly surprised that Liberal MPs aren’t even waiting to see how legalizing cannabis works out before starting down that slippery slope.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has repeatedly ruled out legalization of drugs other than cannabis. He has not so far commented on the resolution advanced by his own caucus, which does not actually go so far as to advocate legalization of other drugs.

Rather, the caucus is proposing that Canada adopt the model that has proven successful in Portugal in significantly reducing overdose deaths, decreasing illicit drug use and reducing the social cost of drug abuse.

Since 2001, Portugal has expanded treatment and harm reduction services, such as safe injection sites, and eliminated criminal penalties for simple possession and consumption of all illegal drugs. A person found in possession of a drug for personal use is no longer arrested but ordered to appear before a “dissuasion commission” which can refer the person to a treatment program or impose administrative sanctions.

“We see on all the metrics that matter, in terms of a public health approach, positive success stories,” Toronto Liberal MP Nathaniel Erskine-Smith said in an interview.

“We’re certainly not talking about legalizing all drugs here. We’re talking about a step that would decriminalize (drug use) … I think the easiest way of thinking about it is we currently use the criminal justice system to tackle drug abuse and let’s use the health system as much as possible to tackle drug abuse instead.”

In a recent byelection in Toronto’s Scarborough-Agincourt, the Conservative candidate ran social media ads, one of which featured a grainy photo of a junkie injecting heroin into his arm. The ads warned voters about the Liberals’ plan to legalize pot and create more safe injection sites.

“The Trudeau Liberals want to bring dangerous drugs into our community,” one ad asserted. “The Liberals are rushing to legalizing (sic) marijuana despite concerns being raised by police and health professionals. And now they want to legalize prescription heroin!”

It’s not hard to imagine how much sharper Conservative attacks would become if the Liberal party adopts the caucus proposal. But Erskine-Smith said Liberals shouldn’t let that deter them.

“If the Conservatives want to ignore the evidence and lash out in some tough-on-crime way, I say have at it. It hasn’t worked in the past and I don’t think it will work,” he said.

“I hope we’re past the point of worrying whether Canadians are going to buy into this idea … It doesn’t matter what political stripe you are, if you care about the evidence and you care about what works, I think you’ve got to get past the politics of it and what the easy attack ad is and follow the evidence to save lives.”

14% of Canada’s population bought cannabis in 2017

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With the legalization of recreational cannabis less than six months away, Ottawa wants to get a clear picture of the industry in Canada. To that end, the national statistics agency, Statistics Canada, conducted a wide-ranging study that looked at the cannabis sector from 1961 to 2017, examining data such as consumption, domestic production, the size of the US market, the Canadian share of the American market, and seizure data at the border in both directions.

In 2017, Canadians spent an estimated $5.7 billion on cannabis.

The government agency also reached out to Canadians via anonymous web-based surveys, which sought input on cannabis’ regional purchase price, quantity, quality, and division between medical and recreational use. The results were released January 25. Here are the big takeaways:

Canadians Like Cannabis…

In 2017, some 4.9 million Canadians, about 14% of the country’s total population, spent an estimated $5.7 billion on cannabis, 90% of which was for recreational purposes. This works out to around $1,200 per cannabis consumer.

…But They Still Spend More on Alcohol and Tobacco

Canadians spent just over $22 billion on alcohol and $16 billion on tobacco products in 2016.

Canada’s Cannabis Industry Is Bigger Than Its Tobacco and Alcohol Industries

Much of the tobacco and alcohol consumed in Canada is imported. Not so with cannabis.

In 2014, the domestic cannabis-producing industry was valued at $3.4 billion, whereas the tobacco industry was valued at $1 billion and the brewery industry at $2.9 billion. Much of the tobacco and alcohol consumed in Canada is imported. Not so with cannabis.

Availability Is Bringing Cannabis Prices Down

The price of a gram of cannabis declined between 1989 and 2016, from $12 to $7.50, even though Canadians have been spending increasingly more on cannabis overall. Government statisticians attribute the drop in price to an increase in supply compared with demand.

Teens Spend Less on Cannabis Than Other Age Groups

Between 2000 and 2017, 40% of Canadian cannabis purchases were made by citizens aged 25 to 44. 33% were made by those aged 18 to 24.  18% were made by those aged 15 to 17, and 9% were made by those aged 45 to 64.

Boomers and Cannabis Are Old Friends

Cannabis consumption among middle-aged Canadians, those between 45 and 64 years old, has been increasing in recent years. In 1975, they accounted for 4% of cannabis purchases. By 2017, the percentage was 23%. Are Baby Boomers renewing their love affair with the magic plant or did they never let it cool in the first place?

When Opportunity Knocks…

Last year, 20% of Canada’s cannabis production, about $1.2 billion worth of it, was illegally sold outside the country. That is a 900% increase from 1961.

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Legalization of recreational marijuana has altered the way people consume their weed.


Many believe the days of lighting & smoking joints and pulling bong rips are coming to an end.


Instead, they believe the future of marijuana consumption lies in the form of edibles, vaporizers and concentrates.


CBD products such as soaps, make-up and lotions have also risen in popularity.


If you’re treating a medical condition or simply looking for a recreational high – there’s an array of delivery options when it comes to using cannabis.


Knowing the benefits and disadvantages of each, you can determine which method is most suitable for you.


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Perhaps due to the availability of devices and their ease of use, smoking is the most popular delivery method associated with cannabis.


There are a variety of ways to smoke marijuana whether you’re seeking the social interaction surrounding a hookah or wanting the simple portable convenience of a hand a pipe. Other smoking devices include rolling papers, bongs, and bubblers.


Some people like to get creative and construct their own disposable, one-time use devices out of the household and even grocery items.


Many people choose to smoke cannabis as it’s the most expedient delivery method and offers the quickest onset of effects. Dosing is relatively easy to manage, as well.


But while not as carcinogenic and harmful as smoking cigarettes, smoking marijuana may leave you with respiratory and bronchial damage.


If you want to smoke, then you ought to smoke less. Choose a more potent strain with higher levels of THC to lessen the number of inhalations necessary for proper dosage.


Contrary to popular belief, holding in smoke doesn’t quicken the effects of marijuana. Avoid inhaling too many tars and toxins by taking short, shallow hits then exhaling immediately. That’s the best way to smoke. If you consider mail order weed, the process becomes easier.



As an alternative, using vaporizers is the healthiest way to inhale cannabis. Similar to smoking, vaping involves slowly heating cannabis to a temperature high enough to extract cannabinoids, converting them to airborne vapors.


Unlike smoking, the remaining plant material isn’t heated enough to cause combustion, reducing the number of harmful byproducts.



Vaping devices come in a variety of forms from tabletop devices to portable hand-held pens. Vaporizers offer the same benefits and convenience of smoking cannabis while limiting exposure to toxins and chemical irritants.




Ingesting cannabis is one of the safest methods of consumption and can provide some of the most intense full-body and psychoactive effects.


Cannabis-infused products, or edibles, include baked goods, candies, sodas, and teas, most of which are prepared with about 6-10 milligrams of THC per dose.  However, edibles do not offer immediate results.

Your digestive systems process cannabis slowly and can delay the onset of effects for sometimes up to 2 hours. But once THC enters your liver, the cannabinoids metabolize into a more potent chemical, resulting in an exceedingly powerful and enduring high.×580.jpg


Use caution when eating an infused product as it’s easy to overindulge and accidentally overdose. Treat edibles as you would any other drug. Don’t consume them on an empty stomach or in conjunction with alcohol.


Tinctures & Topicals


If you’re looking for a more dosage-controlled delivery method, tinctures offer fast-acting results but without the harmful side-effects of smoking. Tinctures are liquid cannabis extracts that can be directly consumed by placing a few drops under your tongue.


The THC is then quickly absorbed by the body rather than slowly digested, providing instant results.


Tinctures offer the versatility of consumption in that drops can be added to any food or beverage. But if ingested in this manner, results aren’t as immediate since the liver needs time to process it, just like with any other edible.


Tinctures are also quite portable as the liquid is generally packaged in small bottles with dropper tops. A typical dose ranges from about 2-3 drops to no more than 2 full droppers.


Topicals are lotions, balms, sprays, and ointments, topicals are another safe and effective way to administer your marijuana. But while they are the best option localized relief, topicals will not provide cerebral stimulation or psychoactive reactions.


Topicals are made from cannabis extracts and oils that have been decarboxylated to active cannabinoids. They can be directly applied to and quickly absorbed by your skin. This makes it a perfect treatment options for joint pain, swelling, muscle soreness, and even sunburns.


Whatever the delivery method you choose, remember to start low and go slow. Begin with a low dose of cannabis. Establish the potency of your product then be patient and allow time for the drugs to take effect. If more dosing is required, supplement as needed.


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A former employee of Mettrum Ltd. Told The Globe & Mail he witnessed staff spraying plants with the banned pesticide ‘myclobutanil’ as far back as 2017.

The Globe ran an investigation that found evidence of intentional use of banned pesticides within the marijuana industry. Including that product safety tests were not required to ensure chemicals were not being used.

A similar incident occurred when a patient of Organigram took several unopened containers of marijuana to a federally approved lab and the results showed evidence of five unauthorized pesticides.

As a result of the Marijuana’s producers inability to control their weed, the government of Canada announced that safety testing on all products would be introduced prior to the government’s plan to legalize cannabis for recreational use.

Financial penalties of up to 1 million dollars were put into place, and Scott Wood, a former military police man who was exposed to contaminated marijuana said “you would think the companies are all going to think twice before they use anything they’re not supposed to.”

Mr Wood went on to say “I personally think it should be more than $1-million.”

Patients exposed to contaminated weed have developed serious and unexplained illnesses, including severe weight loss, nausea and abdominal pain.

Health Canada has acknowledged this issue, and is ready to tackle it head on, any company that does not comply with the fines could have its operating licence suspended or revoked.

Spokeswoman for Health Canada, Tammy Jarbeau said, the changes will “provide the Minister of Health with the authority to issue an administrative monetary penalty of up to $1-million per violation to a licensed producer for a violation of the Act or its regulations.”

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Throwback 2012: Liberals endorse Medical and Recreational Marijuana Legalization

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The Liberal party of Canada, headed by Justin Trudeau, dared to challenge the war on drugs. Supporting ending the prohibition of marijuana. Thus enabling online dispensaries to function legally, as well as physical medical marijuana stores in Canada.

They overwhelmingly voted for a resolution regarding the legalization and regulation of marijuana (aka Cannabis) — a position also held by leader Bob Rae, at the time, it was uncertain what would come of it.
“Let’s face up to it, Canada, the war on drugs has been a complete bust,” Rae said in a concluding speech to the large Liberal renewal convention.
Prior to 2012, Liberals called for the decriminalization of marijuana, as did the NDP. The new call to legalize it completely and regulate its production and sale, much as is done with alcohol, was in stark contrast to the governing Conservatives.

In 2012, they made the decision to wholly support recreational marijuana, now 6 years later we are about to see their efforts come to life.
Wrapping up the convention, Rae heralded the moves as a sign the chastened Liberal party is reaching out and renewing itself after the party was reduced to a third-party rump with only 34 seats.
“We Liberals have clearly and emphatically said to the people of Canada: ‘We embrace change and we embrace all Canadians as we rebuild this great national party.”‘
“If you want to be part of a group of free-thinking, innovative, thoughtful, pragmatic, hopeful, positive, happy people, come and join the Liberal party,” he exhorted, adding with a chuckle, “And after the resolution on marijuana today, it’s going to be a group of even happier people in the Liberal party.”
Rae told delegates it makes no sense “to send another generation of young people into prison” for marijuana offenses when “the most addictive substances that are facing Canada today are alcohol and cigarettes.”
While they were willing to take some risks, delegates balked at a resolution calling on Canada to consider cutting its ties to the monarchy, an idea that would open a constitutional can of worms.
Both the marijuana and monarchy resolutions were put forward by the party’s youth wing, which argued that the Liberal party needed to advance bold ideas that are more reflective of young people if it is to revive.
“I think that there’s a certain amount of generational change happening in the party,” said Samuel Lavoie, president of the Liberal youth wing at the time, and his words are as true as ever in 2018.
“We’re willing to push the envelope and we have the numbers and we have the willpower to flex our muscles when it’s needed.”
With an overwhelming 77 percent of delegates voting for legalization, Lavoie predicted: “I think it is really difficult for anyone to just ignore the result and the will of the membership.”


In July 2018, we are to see his words come to fruition with marijuana legalization on the cusp of law.


At the time, representative thought Canadians may be comfortable with decriminalizing pot as a first step. However, Justin has decided to legalize marijuana first.

Speculation about Rae’s future was a constant buzz in the background of the convention. When he took the post of interim leader last May, the party’s national executive demanded — and Rae promised — not to seek the post permanently. However, the executive, with eight new members elected at the convention, could choose to remove the ban on Rae running for permanent leader and Rae has steadfastly refused to say whether he’d take the plunge. Fortunately, Justin Trudeau decided to run at the time.
At a joint news conference with Rae, Crawley said the 33-member executive will make decisions about leadership rules “over the next few months.” He reiterated his view that the interim leader would have to step aside if a decision was made to run in the leadership contest slated for the spring of 2013.
“I accept completely what Michael just said,” Rae added.

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9 Best Weed Youtube Channels

Read this to see the best YouTube videos and channels, you didn’t know you were missing.

We break down the best weed youtube channels because as a mail order marijuana company, we’ve seen them all. Read it until the end, you’ll be surprised!


Marijuana Man


Marijuana man enjoys smoking marijuana, as his name implies.


With a hilarious love for marijuana, he spreads his opinions around online.


We are sure Marijuana Man buys weed online, or uses some sort of mail order marijuana service.


We don’t want to spend too much time discussing Marijuana Man’s enthusiastic approach for filmmaking.


Let’s let him show you how to smoke form a bong, if that’s something you’re interested in:





RuffHouse Studios


Ruffhouse studios provides real value for stoners everywhere, and those who use marijuana for medical purposes.


Edibles are hard to come by in Canada, and RuffHouse have an entire playlist dedicated to recipes.


These recipes will be sure to keep you in your chair, seriously, you won’t move.


They are delicious, we recently tried the fudge ourselves.


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Strain Central


Busting myths and reviewing strains, there are few youtubers who know exactly how we feel.


Josh from Strain Central understands the life of a weed enthusiast, aka stoner.

From strain reviews that give brief histories behind the origin of certain cannabis strains.


To factual and fun, myth-busting videos that target the wives-tales that have surrounded marijuana for years.


We love this video, because everyone always says “holding hits gets you higher!”


We’ll let Josh take it from here:



As we are halfway through, we’d like to show you a video we made!


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Haley 420


This girl doesn’t mess around.


She simply has no idea what it means to chill out and hit a bowl.


If you know dude perfect, she is the marijuana smoking equivalent.


Way better looking, and her tricks are weed related, but you know what we mean.


Taking down a 10-foot volcano vaporizer bag….no problem


Smoking a $300 marijuana cigar…she’ll do the whole thing


Attempting 100 HITS…PLEASE haley, stop.


But, to be honest, we love her aggressive style of smoking.


We are not alone, 800,000 of her subscribers feel the same way.


Without further ado, here is Haley attempting a half gram dab!




Bubbleman’s world


Unlike those before him, Bubbleman is bit more low-key


He has 69,000 loyal subscribers, and he has been producing videos for a long time.


Not putting the same production quality in, but bringing a real touch to an otherwise crazy arena of weed smokers.


There’s something relaxing and down to earth about watching his videos.


If you’re smoke buddy isn’t around, turn on Youtube and smoke one with Bubbleman




Custom Grow 420


With 1.4 million subscribers, Custom Grow is the Post Malone of Youtube’s weed scene.


He smokes up, like he was sitting at your dinner table.


Or your garage.


It’s like that one friend who has 5 groups of friends who smoke but none of those groups know each other, so he continues to smoke with new people and never takes a break.


The production quality is low, the chill factor is extremely high.


This man knows mail order marijuana, and he definitely knows to buy weed online.


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Green House Seed Company


Green House Seed Company focus on quality content, that centers around marijuana.


They interview cancer patients, billionaires, and travel the world.


Their unique showcases on the various ways weed is used both culturally and geographically is eye opening.


If you enjoy documentaries, and enjoy smoking weed, then go get a snack and enjoy.


Maybe two snacks, who are we kidding you’re going to want a second.


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Silenced Hippie


The silenced hippie is an authentic, marijuana enthusiast who is sharing her passion.


This channel is small enough that there is a genuine connection between fans and creator.


While bringing the kind of videos that you can spend hours watching.


Let Sasha’s endearing personality put you in a trans, while she talks about things that would be a lot less interesting if told by anyone else.






For us, Drugslab is #1, and the reason is simple.


Drugslab has taken previously taboo content, and made it accessible for the masses.


They consume many kinds of drugs, and let viewers see an accurate portrayal of the effects


Their openness, high production value, and genuine knowledge have likely helped thousand either avoid or safely consume drugs.


Drugs that often can bring serious health benefits, but scare away the potential patients.


We commend our Scandinavian friends as they test drugs, and bring an element of science and logic to allow viewers a real perspective.


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What is Mail Order Marijuana?

When you think of buying weed online, the word “mail order marijuana” comes to mind. So let’s begin – what is mail order marijuana?


If you’re unfamiliar, this is the process of buying weed online and having it delivered by mail.


People often wonder,


What is Mail Order Marijuana and how does it work?


We have decided to break the process down plain and simple.


The way MJN Express work.


Because this is us, and we can’t speak for all mail order marijuana companies.


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Part 1: Preparing the cannabis


Like many businesses, mail order marijuana companies operate online.


The website is a visual place for consumers to browse various marijuana products.


2001, Health Canada put regulations in place to allow doctors the ability to prescribe marijuana


Now it’s 2017 and Canada’s mentality has shifted and we are on the brink of recreational marijuana legalization.


MJN was created, like most MOM’s to ensure Canadians had access to marijuana no matter where they lived.


So, our website, is a place those Canadians can browse for strains they may enjoy, or other products such as concentrates, edibles, vapes and more.


We source our products in beautiful British Columbia, Canada. Which is known worldwide for it’s sticky and potent flowers.


After months of incubation, we prepare the flowers for shipment.


Along side our other product offerings, and begin accepting orders.


Part 2: Ordering Mail Order Marijuana



This is the simplest yet most confusing aspect of mail order marijuana companies.


Customers first navigate to their chosen MOM, like


They then browse the catalogue.


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After browsing the products, reading reviews and deciding which cannabis strain is best for you.


You must add the strain to your cart.


Find any other items you may like to include and put those in the cart.


If your cart amounts to $199 you’ll get free shipping!


Once everything is in your cart, visit the checkout.


This is where things get confusing.


You cannot pay on the website using credit card or paypal.

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There are multiple reasons for this, but it is an extremely confusing aspect for customers to comprehend.


Instead, you e-transfer your payment.


All credit card payment processors do not accept cannabis as an acceptable product, therefore this is the best way.


Once the customer has completed their purchase we place their order in a package ready to ship.


Then wait until the customer completes the e-transfer and it has been securely received.


Finally, we ship the item!


It goes express to the customer and only takes 2-3 days to be delivered.


We are proud of how fast we are able to ship marijuana across Canada.


Part 3: Receiving your Mail Order Marijuana


You are sitting at home, and just like that, you see a package has arrived.


Delivered by Canada Post, our marijuana arrives sealed and in discrete unlabelled packaging.

Customers love to receive their weed like this because it means nobody knows what they received.


It is also vacuum sealed, so there is no smell!


It looks like you have just received a book, but inside is the MJN Express order you made.


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We hope this helped you understand the process behind Mail Order Marijuana in Canada.


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3 Reason To Buy Weed Online

Buy Weed Online Canada, It’s a no-brainer.


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Let us break down this infographic…


Buying weed online is a recent phenomenon, as companies have begun giving patients the ability to purchase cannabis online.


As we begin 2018, Ontario prepares for weed legalization, however, they are treating weed like alcohol.


Only allowing certain stores to sell marijuana means higher pricing and scarce availability.


While attempting to legalize weed, Ontario has made a legislative misstep that could result in issues.


Other Canadian provinces are yet to determine exactly how they plan to regulate the sale of cannabis.


While this unfolds MJNExpress have determined three core perks to purchasing weed online.

Higher quality flowers and wider selection.


Purchasing weed from stores often results in marijuana that has been sitting for months.


The flowers being used are distributed to stores, not the same as buying sticky fresh weed, grown in British Columbia.


The selection offered is typically limited by space and various regulations. Especially those impending in 2018.


At we have an extremely wide selection, offering strains, concentrates, edibles, vapes and much more.


We currently offer 57 different strains, like the famous Pineapple Express from the movie.

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That’s just an example, but with 57 strains, chances are your favorite one is with us for a killer price.


Let’s move on to the second reason.


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Is it cold here, or is that just us?


MJNExpress has out headquarters in Vancouver, but if you live almost anywhere else in Canada, it is cold!


Ontario has temperatures which freeze the hair on your chin, Northwest Territories…well let’s not even begin to discuss the weather in northern Canada.


The point here is that if you live in Canada walking to a dispensary to obtain your medical marijuana is not easy.


What If we told you that in only 2-3 days your weed would be delivered, there is no need to leave your house.


We think those people living in Yellowknife, Saskatchewan, Dalhousie, and every other remote city without enough dispensaries should consider shopping online.


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This brings us to the 3rd top reason to purchase weed online.


Buying cannabis online is cheap, secure and discrete


Dispensaries have less competition, let us face it, if you live near a dispensary you’re probably paying $10 gram for their worst bud – at best.


MJNExpress have rotating offers, and most of our weed is less than $10 gram, and ALL our weed is less than that if you’re purchasing an ounce.


We even offer free shipping, there are simply no downsides to purchasing weed online.


Instead of inputting your name into an establishment, we process payments securely and encrypt all user data so it will never be breached.


The cherry on top? The package arrives completely discretely, vacuum sealed and label-free. Nobody will know what you’ve delivered except for you.


We think that while using marijuana may no longer be stigmatized, it is important customers know that if they choose us as their mail order marijuana shop, they are safe.


37% of buyers have never considered buying weed online


We conducted a study recently, and our results were staggering.


In a sample size of 600 participants who regularly smoke marijuana day-to-day. 37% had NEVER considered buying weed online!


We think this needs to change, Ontario is cracking down ahead of the legalization of recreational marijuana. As stores begin to close, buying weed online has never been more popular.


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