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SUMMARY

Manitoba is the only province to establish a minimum age for purchasing and using cannabis higher than the provincial legal drinking age. 

Residents are NOT allowed to grow their own plants. When transporting cannabis within Manitoba, it must be kept in the vehicle’s trunk, or behind the last seat. 

Smoking cannabis while intoxicated is not allowed. Providing a person who is impaired by alcohol with cannabis is a crime.

The Manitoba Liquor, Gaming and Cannabis Authority is responsible for cannabis distribution and has signed supply deals with 11 Licensed Producers.

INFORMATION AT A GLANCE

Where to Buy?

Online and in 28 private retail locations, initially. No co-location with alcohol allowed. Municipalities can prohibit retail sales.

Legal Age

19 years is the minimum age to buy, carry, use, and share.

Public Use

Public Use is not  allowed. No consumption in vehicles or enclosed public spaces.



For more information about cannabis regulation rules in Manitoba, please refer to Liquor and Gaming Authority of Manitoba and Cannabis Use in Manitoba.

Legal recreational cannabis in Canada is sourced from Licensed Producers only. This ensures quality assurance, 3rd party testing, and other important regulations are strictly followed.

All provinces and territories have set 30 grams as the maximum amount an individual can buy or carry in public at a time.