FAQs

Wiid FAQs

When will cannabis be legal in Saskatchewan?

In Saskatchewan, as well as all of Canada, recreational marijuana became legal on October 17, 2018.

How can I buy cannabis?

You must be 19 years of age or older to enter the store and to purchase any cannabis or cannabis related products.

You can buy cannabis by visiting our store or purchasing online! (Purchasing online is temporarily disabled until more supply becomes available)

Do you deliver?

We do not currently deliver. Sorry!

Do I need ID to purchase?

Whether you are 19 or 90, ID is required for all purchases.  Even on deliveries! So be sure to have your ID ready.

Acceptable forms of ID include:  Driver's Licence, Saskatchewan Identification Card, Passport, Armed Forces Identification Card, Certificate of Indian Status Card, Canadian Citizenship Card, Permanent Resident Card, Ontario Health Card.

All identification must be valid and unaltered.

How much cannabis can I buy?

Individuals are limited to the equivalent of 30g of dried cannabis.  See below for equivalents:

Column 1 Column 2
Item Class of Cannabis Quantity that is equivalent to 1 g of dried cannabis
1 dried cannabis 1 g
2 fresh cannabis 5 g
3 solids containing cannabis 15 g
4 non-solids containing cannabis 70 g
5 cannabis solid concentrates 0.‍25 g
6 cannabis non-solid concentrates 0.‍25 g
7 cannabis plant seeds 1 seed
What other terms are used for cannabis?

The most common words used to describe cannnabis are:

Marijuana, Pot, Weed

Where can I smoke?

People can smoke on private property and in their homes.  If you are a renter, you must have permission from your landlord.  You can also light up in your campsite!

Can I be refused service?

If you are a minor, are intoxicated, or appear to be buying for someone who is a minor/intoxicated, you may not purchase cannabis products.

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