You can only travel within Canada. If you travel outside of Canada you are subject to that location’s local laws and regulations. When travelling with medical marijuana you must ensure that it is in it’s original packaging and that you have your ID card on you.
NO. The highway traffic act states clearly that you cannot operate a vehicle while under the influence. Medical Marijuana consumption is considered to have the affect of making someone “under the influence”. Therefor, you MUST practice safety in regards to always be driving sober.’
You can apply for a doctor issued medical license to grow cannabis. For yourself, or to designate someone to grow on your behalf, a personal production application or designated grower application can be submitted by mail to Health Canada for approval. Health Canada processes the application and, if approved, will issue a grow license to either the patient or the designated grower.
The recommended way to use cannabis is with a vaporizer however more are transitioning to edibles. We can provide you with information on how to obtain the best vaporizers for your needs and share with you on safe dosing strategies.
Cannabis oil is also another option when considering the use of medical cannabis as it can be edible.
Each Licensed Producer will have their own process and policies on returns or exchanges. You will need to speak with your Licensed Producer directly if/when you are unhappy with any medication you have received.
A letter of diagnosis from a doctor for personal purposes (even from a Walk-In Clinic.)
Documents from your medical file that state your Medical Condition E.G. Radiology Report. (As a Canadian you have the right to obtain your medical file, it may cost you a few dollars, but it is your right.)
A list of prescriptions from the pharmacist for the last 6 months. (Go to your pharmacy, provide photo ID, ask for a free prescription history.)
A statement of disability from the Government as long as it states your disability, if applicable.
YES. We have actually found that veterans affairs will cover most of the costs associated with medical cannabis use including the cost of vaporizers. Simply contact us and we can with the forms required by veterans affairs Canada.