Is cannabis legal in Saskatchewan?
Yes! Adults 19 years and older are legally permitted to purchase, possess, grow and cultivate cannabis.
Can my landlord prohibit legal cannabis?
Yes. Saskatchewan passed The Residential Tenancies Amendment Act to give landlords the right to prohibit or create rules surrounding the possession, consumption, cultivation and sale of cannabis in a rented property.
What is the legal age for cannabis possession and consumption in Saskatchewan?
You must be at least 19 years of age or older to buy, possess, consume or cultivate cannabis in Saskatchewan.
How much cannabis can I possess in Saskatchewan?
Adults 19 years of age and older are legally allowed to possess up to 30 grams of cannabis.
Where can I consume cannabis in Saskatchewan?
Cannabis consumption is permitted in the privacy of your own home or private residence. Public consumption, as well as consuming within a motor vehicle, are strictly prohibited.
Is medical marijuana still available in Saskatchewan?
The legalization of recreational cannabis has no impact on medical marijuana in Saskatchewan. Medical and recreational cannabis are two entirely different entities and medical cannabis will continue to be overseen by the Federal Government.
Can I grow my own cannabis in Saskatchewan?
Yes, cannabis cultivation for personal use (for adults of age) is legal in Saskatchewan. The legal limit for cannabis cultivation is 4 plants per household.
Am I allowed to transport cannabis within Saskatchewan?
Yes, cannabis transportation is legal within Saskatchewan however you must abide by the possession limit at all times. If you plan to transport cannabis outside Saskatchewan but still within Canada, you must be aware of the cannabis laws in the province or territory that you will be traveling within.
Where can I purchase recreational cannabis in Saskatchewan?
Adults 19 years of age and older are permitted to purchase cannabis at licensed online and private retail stores. All cannabis purchases are regulated by The Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority.
Canadian Provincial Guides to Cannabis