Le cannabis est de loin la drogue la plus consommée par les Québécois selon l’Enquête québécoise sur la santé de la population (EQSP) de 2014-2015. La proportion de personnes âgées de 15 ans et plus ayant rapporté un usage de cannabis au cours des 12 derniers mois est de 15,2 % (3). Par rapport à 2008, il s’agit d’une augmentation de 3 % pour l’ensemble de la population (15 ans et plus).
I have been ordering strictly from White Palm for a few months now and have had no issues whatsoever. The ordering process is a breeze and you can always get in touch with someone if not immediately then within 24 hours normally. I must have placed close to 10 orders or so by now and have never had a problem with shipping and i live very rural on the east coast. I don’t think I have ever waited more than 4-5 business days. Their strains are amazing, every single thing I have tried so far has burned very clean and this was probably my biggest complaint about the dispensaries I had been using. Even if you can’t afford the expensive stuff they have several very cheap options and with the sign up bonus you could sample some greasy strains for a treat. WP has exactly what I spent many months searching for, true quality grown bud consistently.
N'entre pas qui veut au tout nouveau centre de distribution de Canopy Growth à Smiths Falls, en Ontario. Les visiteurs autorisés doivent utiliser leur carte d'accès à au moins cinq endroits et passer plusieurs portes sécurisées. C'est entre ces murs qu'ont transité, depuis le 17 octobre, jusqu'à un milliard de dollars de cannabis. Radio-Canada y a eu accès en exclusivité. Voir la suite »
4. Look for recognizable cannabis brands, today there are a number of solid brands that have made a name for themselves by leading the charge in product development and research. Today, most of these brands are in the extract space. If the dispensary is carrying a number of these brands then that should give you some confidence about product quality. At WhitePalm we’re focused on individual brands by representing every product that includes cannabis flowers, on our site. The reason we make sure our growers have brands is so that they can be 100% accountable, thus ensuring consistency and quality with every joint you roll and every dab you take.

Age 19 in Ontario. An interesting twist has developed in neighbouring Quebec, where the previous Liberal government had set the legal age to buy cannabis at 18 to co-ordinate with the drinking age. That led to speculation that 18-year-olds from Ottawa might cross the bridge to Gatineau to shop for pot. However, now it appear the cross-border shopping might run the other way.


The headband I bought is sold out, so here's the review, and I'm going to compare it to my brick and mortar experience. So local stores are a shit show where I am, was going to get a small amount to tide me over for an order. It took a 3 hour round trip to get to a dispensary that had product. At that local store, the headband was 18 bucks a gram, sold by the gram. The pre-rolls were 10 bucks a pop. First, the count for the headband looked so damned chincy. I mean it must have been a gram, but the smallest gram I've seen. Dried out. Quality was meh. The pre-rolls wouldn't smoke, and were powdered and too compacted. The jack herer prerolls and the headband was harsh as shit. Here's my budexpressnow experience: put in an order Sunday, arrives today, headband. It was on sale, for an ounce it was about 5 bucks a gram. I don't weigh the shit I buy on the internet. I've never had a small count. Beautifully manicured, beautifully cured, frosted out the wazoo and just visually looks like a better quality product. Smoke is a lot smoother, I'm not hacking out my lungs, and it;'s got a nice floral after taste. Legalization is turning out pretty much as I've expected. Canadian MOMs are IMO basically the best, and budexpressnow has been the best MOM I've dealt with. Compared to an industry leader brick and mortar that grows their own product locally... No contest.
Today, we have over 100 different products that use some form of cannabis extractions offering you so many different forms of premium cannabis concentrates - oral, dabs, edibles, vaping and old schools extracts like hash and rosin crumble. All of the extract brands that participate in our marketplace offer premium products that are lab tested. We offer every available options from the best weed producers in BC. It’s important to educate yourself about all the different cannabis extraction process that are currently used in today's industry, so we created a step-by-step guide on how to choose your extract that best fit your needs, you can read here.
The headband I bought is sold out, so here's the review, and I'm going to compare it to my brick and mortar experience. So local stores are a shit show where I am, was going to get a small amount to tide me over for an order. It took a 3 hour round trip to get to a dispensary that had product. At that local store, the headband was 18 bucks a gram, sold by the gram. The pre-rolls were 10 bucks a pop. First, the count for the headband looked so damned chincy. I mean it must have been a gram, but the smallest gram I've seen. Dried out. Quality was meh. The pre-rolls wouldn't smoke, and were powdered and too compacted. The jack herer prerolls and the headband was harsh as shit. Here's my budexpressnow experience: put in an order Sunday, arrives today, headband. It was on sale, for an ounce it was about 5 bucks a gram. I don't weigh the shit I buy on the internet. I've never had a small count. Beautifully manicured, beautifully cured, frosted out the wazoo and just visually looks like a better quality product. Smoke is a lot smoother, I'm not hacking out my lungs, and it;'s got a nice floral after taste. Legalization is turning out pretty much as I've expected. Canadian MOMs are IMO basically the best, and budexpressnow has been the best MOM I've dealt with. Compared to an industry leader brick and mortar that grows their own product locally... No contest.
Dans tout le Canada, les magasins restent porte close, quelques heures par jour voire plusieurs jours par semaine, et les sites de vente en ligne sont en rupture de stock. Le professeur Ben Amar estime néanmoins qu’avec le temps la demande de produits et la consommation devraient diminuer, comme ce fut le cas au Colorado, premier État américain à avoir légalisé la marijuana en 2014.

I’ve been a client of White Palm since the very beginning and I have purchased Medical Marijuana and Extracts therein for the past 4 years online and I’ve spent literally thousands of dollars trying to find Top Quality Medical Marijuana. I found myself Always disappointed with pretty much all of the strains that I had been purchasing. I’ve been using Cannabis for 40+ years and consider myself a Connoisseur from the Old School of all Natural and Organically Grown Cannabis of which I found the day I received my first order of Romulan from White Palm as well as the Greasy Pink Dab
Le Sénat a fait des démarches afin de décriminaliser le cannabis. Le sénateur Pierre Claude Nolin a convaincu ses collègues de créer un Comité spécial du Sénat sur les drogues illicites, en 2000. Deux ans plus tard, le rapport du comité recommande de légaliser le cannabis pour soustraire la production et la distribution des produits du cannabis au crime organisé.
En attendant, les consommateurs insatisfaits risquent de s’approvisionner sur le marché noir. Au grand désarroi d’André Lamoureux, politologue à l’Université du Québec à Montréal : « Dans certaines provinces, comme l’Ontario, aucune boutique n’est ouverte et seule la vente en ligne fonctionne alors même que Poste Canada est en grève. On peut donc être certain que les amateurs vont se tourner vers le marché illégal. » Sa critique se fait d’autant plus virulente que le gouvernement Trudeau avait justifié la légalisation par sa volonté de court-circuiter le crime organisé.
Age 19 in Ontario. An interesting twist has developed in neighbouring Quebec, where the previous Liberal government had set the legal age to buy cannabis at 18 to co-ordinate with the drinking age. That led to speculation that 18-year-olds from Ottawa might cross the bridge to Gatineau to shop for pot. However, now it appear the cross-border shopping might run the other way.
But if you were planning to casually jot down “weed” on your grocery list, think again; different Canadian provinces and territories have their own rules on how to buy and consume pot, with stipulations on legal age of purchase (19 everywhere except Alberta and Quebec, where the age limit is 18), possession limits, exactly where you can smoke, and whether or not weed will be sold by government-run stores only.
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