The government has enacted the following rules for using cannabis, both medical and recreational.
Where you can use it
Extracts (also known as concentrates) that are inhaled or ingested, and topicals (cannabis-infused products for skin, hair and nails) can have up to 1,000 milligrams of THC per package.
How much cannabis you can possess
You cannot smoke or vape cannabis in:
Check with your housing agreements and bylaws for information on safe and legal cannabis home growing.
Cannabis laws are different in each province and territory in Canada. Differences include legal age, locations where cannabis can be sold and consumed, and possession limits.
Safe disposal of cannabis
When travelling in Canada, it is your responsibility to understand and follow local laws. Check out provincial and territorial websites for more details:
Also, you will not be able to smoke or vape cannabis:
The legislation loosens regulations established by the previous Liberal government, allowing Ontario residents to smoke recreational cannabis wherever tobacco smoking is permitted.
Lt.-Gov. Elizabeth Dowdeswell will be asked to proclaim it into law immediately, officials said.
Edibles among products still illegal
The system, which the government describes as "tightly controlled" would be governed by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission Ontario, and OCS will be the only wholesaler to these stores.
Late Wednesday afternoon, Ontario passed its cannabis legislation, firmly establishing the right to smoke marijuana in public in the province.
Smoking pot now permitted in public places
The provincial government is giving municipalities until Jan. 22, 2019 to opt out of allowing private retailers within their boundaries.
The bill was put to a final vote hours after recreational use of the drug became legal across Canada.