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Frequently asked questions about medical cannabis in Nova Scotia, Canada:

  • How can I get a medical document for cannabis in Nova Scotia?

    You will need to visit a licensed Canadian physician or nurse practitioner in Nova Scotia. They will discuss your health conditions and decide if you could benefit from medical marijuana. Each patient must have a prior diagnosis within the past five years from a Candian physician. Once that is done, they will issue you a medical document.
  • Where can I find a medical marijuana doctor in Nova Scotia?

    There are multiple cannabis doctors in Nova Scotia. Please enter your location in the search field at the top of the page to find a physician near you.
  • How can I get medical marijuana in Nova Scotia?

    Once you have received your medical document, you will need to register with a licensed producer. When you are approved as a client, you can order your medical marijuana from a retailer of your choice, and they will ship it directly to you.
  • How much medical marijuana am I allowed to possess?

    Medical patients are allowed to have up to 30 times the daily amount prescribed by the doctor, but no more than 150 grams at a time.

Frequently asked questions about recreational cannabis in Nova Scotia, Canada:

  • How old do I have to be to buy recreational marijuana in Nova Scotia?

    The legal age to buy recreational marijuana in Nova Scotia is 19 years old. You must be of age and have a valid ID to make a purchase.
  • Where can I buy recreational marijuana in Nova Scotia?

    The Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation is the only authorized retailer of cannabis in Nova Scotia. You can buy recreational cannabis at retail storefronts and through NSLC online sales.
  • Where am I allowed to consume marijuana in Nova Scotia?

    It is the safest bet to consume marijuana in the privacy of your own home or residence. Smoking cannabis is prohibited where tobacco is restricted and violating this law could result in a $2,000.00 fine.
  • Can I grow my own cannabis in Nova Scotia?

    Yes, like most provinces and territories in Canada, you are allowed to grow up to four cannabis plants per household. The plants must be kept indoors and out of public view.