Toronto’s cannabis community is vibrant and inclusive, with cannabis enthusiasts, advocates, and entrepreneurs coming together to promote education, social awareness, and responsible consumption of cannabis. From cannabis-friendly events and cannabis-themed art exhibits to cannabis yoga and wellness classes, Toronto offers a diverse range of experiences for those interested in exploring the intersection of cannabis and culture. Whether you’re a seasoned cannabis connoisseur or curious about its potential benefits, Toronto provides a welcoming environment to connect, learn, and engage with the ever-evolving world of cannabis.
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How to Buy Weed in Regina with Gas-dank
To become a member of Gas-Dank, you do not need a doctor’s prescription! We require age verification, usually with a drivers license to ensure you are at least 19 years old and a resident of Canada.
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All purchases will be sent with Canada Post’s Xpresspost delivery. Using this method, the vast majority of orders will arrive at your home in 2-3 business days. Please keep in mind that distant locations may take up to 5 business days for deliveries to arrive. We deliver a variety of cannabis products right to your doorstep, including buds, edibles, concentrates and extracts from all across Canada.
Regina is the capital city of the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. The city is the second-largest in the province, after Saskatoon, and a cultural and commercial centre for southern Saskatchewan. It is governed by Regina City Council. The city is surrounded by the Rural Municipality of Sherwood No. 159.
Regina was previously the seat of government of the North-West Territories, of which the current provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta originally formed part, and of the District of Assiniboia. The site was previously called Wascana (“Buffalo Bones” in Cree), but was renamed to Regina (Latin for “Queen”) in 1882 in honour of Queen Victoria. This decision was made by Queen Victoria’s daughter Princess Louise, the wife of the Governor General of Canada, the Marquess of Lorne.
Unlike other planned cities in the Canadian West, on its treeless flat plain Regina has few topographical features other than the small spring run-off, Wascana Creek. Early planners took advantage of such opportunity by damming the creek to create a large freshwater lake just south of the central business district; this remains today as Wascana Centre. The lake is surrounded by three parks, all within walking distance of Downtown Regina and the Legislative Building. These are Heywood Park, Douglas Park and Victoria Park. Wascana Centre also has a fourth park called World Waterpark which is actually located inside Evraz Place (formerly known as the Regina Exhibition Park).
The creek flows from Wascana Lake and passes immediately north of the central business district. It is dammed at Albert Street to create a smaller, secondary lake called Peter Pond which is just south of Victoria Park and contains the Regina Floral Conservatory. Albert Street, which bisects Wascana Centre, continues across this lake to become Saskatchewan Drive and finally joins the Trans Canada Highway east of Regina; it provides Regina’s only direct link to Saskatoon via the twinned highways. Victoria Avenue, Broad Street and College Avenue are Regina’s other major thoroughfares; all four converge at the downtown “city block” containing City Hall and the Cornwall Centre shopping mall. Lewvan Drive also serves as one of Regina’s primary commercial arteries, connecting downtown to the north end of the city where most of Regina’s automotive dealerships are located. The Warehouse District, immediately south of downtown, is home to a number of nightclubs and bars as well as many restaurants catering to diverse ethnic tastes. Regina’s Cathedral area is home to Canada’s oldest continuously operating Ukrainian Catholic cathedral, Holy Trinity Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral, which celebrated its centennial in 1993; it was consecrated in September 1892 by Eparch Nykyta Budka who later became the first Canadian-born Ukrainian Canadian bishop and martyr. Anglican and United Churches are also prominent in this area with Christ Church Cathedral being Regina’s oldest church, having been built originally as a wooden structure in 1884 on what is now the south side of 13th Avenue between Scarth and Hamilton Streets; it was replaced by a sandstone structure in 1911 on its present site. The Regina Synagogue, built in 1903, is Canada’s oldest surviving synagogue building and Canada’s only pre-World War II synagogue that remains unaltered. Regina also has two mosques: the Islamic Association of Saskatchewan Mosque (est. 1981) and the Masjid An-Nur Regina Mosque (est. 2002).
Cannabis In Regina: The Main Rules To Know
-In Canada, each province and territory sets its own rules for cannabis.
-In Regina, the legal age to purchase, use, possess and grow cannabis is 19.
-Adults are legally allowed to carry up to 30 grams of dried cannabis or its equivalent in public.
-Cannabis can be consumed in many forms, including smoking, vaping, eating and drinking.
-It is illegal to consume cannabis in any form in public spaces, including parks, streets and sidewalks.
-Driving while under the influence of cannabis is also illegal and can result in severe penalties.
-Cannabis retailers in Regina are regulated by the Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority (SLGA).
-As of October 17, 2018, there are eight cannabis retail stores operating in Regina.
-The SLGA is responsible for the licensing and regulation of all cannabis retail stores in Saskatchewan.
-All retailers must comply with the Cannabis Control Act and regulations, as well as any other applicable legislation.
-Cannabis retailers are not allowed to sell alcohol, tobacco or pharmaceutical products.
-They are also required to have a valid business license and to be a member of the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce.
Smoking cannabis in Regina is prohibited in all public places, including:
– Any place where tobacco smoking is prohibited
– Outdoor areas within 10 metres of doorways, windows that open, air intakes and playgrounds
– Hospital grounds
– SaskTel Centre and Mosaic Stadium during events
– City parks, except in designated smoking areas
– Civic Square
– Canada Day celebrations at Wascana Centre
Cannabis use is also not allowed in:
– Vehicles that are being driven or operated, except by a medical cannabis user with a valid prescription
– Regina Transit buses, shelters and LRT platforms and trains.
The Best Places To Visit in Regina
The city is home to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Heritage Centre, which tells the story of Canada’s famous national police force. Regina also has a number of interesting museums, including the Saskatchewan Science Centre and the RCMP Musical Ride Centre.
If you’re looking for things to do outdoors, Regina has plenty to offer. Wascana Centre is a large urban park that features walking and biking trails, a lake, and plenty of green space. For something really unique, head to the Buffalo Pound Provincial Park to see buffalo roaming in their natural habitat.
No matter what your interests are, you’ll find plenty to keep you busy in Regina!
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