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SUMMARY

New Brunswick's legislative framework concerning cannabis was introduced in November 2017.

Residents of New Brunswick are allowed to grow up to four cannabis plants that can be cultivated outdoors as long as they are kept in a locked enclosure with minimum height of 1.52 meters.

When storing cannabis at home, adults must keep the product in a locked container away from the reach of minors.

The Cannabis Management Corporation is responsible for the oversight, organization, conduct, management, and control of retail sales of recreational-use cannabis. Cannabis NB, a new subsidiary of NB Liquor, is the exclusive retailer of cannabis in New Brunswick.

The New Brunswick government has signed supply deals with five licensed producers.

INFORMATION AT A GLANCE

Where to Buy?

At the Cannabis NB online store and 20 government-run retail locations. Cannabis shops must be located at least 300m from schools.

Legal Age

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

Public Use

Public Use is not allowed. Residents can consume cannabis in private dwellings and vacant land, with consent of owner or occupant. Consumption inside vehicles is prohibited.



For more information about cannabis regulation rules in New Brunswick, please refer to Cannabis Control Act and I’m in Control.

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.