Just because adult use cannabis will be regulated doesn’t mean we’re entering a completely rule-free society. Adults (most provinces consider 19+ legally acceptable) are allowed to carry up to 30g of dried cannabis (or its equivalent) in a public space. Keep in mind, the government considers your car a public space. If you’re caught in public with more than 30g, you can face criminal charges depending on the circumstances. Speaking of vehicles, it is also illegal to drive under the influence of cannabis. Bill C-46, just passed in June 2018, gives police officers the authority to administer mandatory breathalyzer and oral fluid testing, and creates steeper fines, penalties and sentences if you are found driving under the influence of cannabis. Basically, what we’re saying is that it’s not worth the risk. Other laws include not selling cannabis yourself, growing only as deemed legal by your province and not taking cannabis with you across international borders. We remind you, as in our Terms and Conditions, that nothing in this website is legal advice. If you want to be sure of your rights in a given situation involving cannabis, please contact legal counsel.