HOOTS CANNABIS

FAQ's

Can I make multiple cannabis purchases on the same day?

Yes, multiple retail and online purchases can be made with a maximum of 30 grams per single transaction; however, persons can only legally have 30 grams in their possession while in public at any time.

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What types of cannabis products are available for purchase from AGLC?

After legalization, cannabis products available for purchase from AGLC will include: dried flower, milled flower, pre-rolls, oils, capsules and seeds. For initial launch, AGLC has placed a strategic focus on smaller package sizes to meet consumer demand for product trial.

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What is the difference between CBD and THC?

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What is AGLC doing to prevent minors from accessing cannabis?

Age-verification processes are established for online sales both at the time of purchase and delivery.

Individuals working under the authority of a cannabis licence must be approved by AGLC as a Qualified Cannabis Worker (QCW). The first step of the QCW application process is to successfully complete AGLC's SellSafe Cannabis Staff Training program. SellSafe helps workers understand how to sell cannabis responsibly according to law and in a way that keeps customers and others safe from cannabis-related harms.

AGLC’s Inspections program will include information for the licensee on checking for suitable identification, conducting checks to ensure the licensee requests ID from anyone who appears under 25 and investigating all complaints against a licensee.

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What are the limitations on transporting cannabis?

Within Canada, you are allowed to transport cannabis in a vehicle, but it must be secured in closed packaging and not within reach of the driver or occupants.

Travelling with recreational cannabis is allowed within Canada and its provinces, provided it was purchased from a provincially licensed retailer. However, international travel with non-medicinal cannabis is not allowed regardless of your destination.

Tourists who purchase recreational cannabis in Canada are not allowed to take it across federal borders.

Carrying any cannabis or cannabis products (legal or illegal) across Canada's borders is a serious criminal offence, with individuals convicted of engaging in such activities liable for prosecution.

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Where can Albertan's go to get more information regarding cannabis?

Visit AGLC.ca/cannabis for the province-wide public awareness education program regarding the responsible use of cannabis. Additionally, various agencies such as Health Canada and Alberta Health Services have excellent resources available to the public.

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