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Cannabis legalization in Canada happens on Wednesday October 17th, 2018. Delta 9 is currently working hard to ensure that cannabis is available to Manitobans across the province on that date. We currently have plans to open two retail cannabis stores in Winnipeg on that date. We also plan to open our online retail store on October 17th as well.

That means, if you live in Manitoba, you’ll be able to order online on that date. If you live in Winnipeg, you’ll be able to come visit one of our retail stores.

On October 17th and thereafter, recreational cannabis may only be consumed in a person’s home, and on their outdoor private property. This means that smoking or vaping cannabis in outdoor and enclosed public places, and indoor workplaces will be prohibited. The following are examples of places where consuming cannabis will be forbidden:

  • Streets & sidewalks
  • Parks & beaches
  • School Grounds
  • Restaurant patios & decks
  • Grounds of health-care facilities

Recreational consumers of legal age will be allowed to possess 30 grams of legal cannabis on their person in public.

There are over 111 cannabinoids currently known to exist in the cannabis plant. THC and CBD are the two most popular. THC is responsible for the psychoactive effects of cannabis while CBD is known for its therapeutic properties such as: anti-inflammation, anti-seizure, anti-anxiety, and more. The higher the THC levels found in cannabis, the more of a “high” that you’ll experience when consuming. By contrast, CBD does not provide any sort of psychoactive results.
All cannabis strains are categorized into three categories:
Sativa – These strains are associated with producing uplifting and positive mood enhancing effects.
Indica – Typically these strains produce a calming and physically relaxing effect.
Hybrid – Based on the variety of Sativa and Indica, these strains provide a combination of effects.

Start Low. Go Slow.

If you’re new to cannabis, we suggest that you start by consuming small amounts and choose a strain that has low THC. It’s also recommended that you avoid combining cannabis and alcohol consumption. Remember to always consume cannabis in a safe and familiar environment.

By visiting one of our retail cannabis stores (after legalization occurs on Wednesday October 17th, 2018), you’ll be able to consult one of our knowledgeable cannabis specialists. They’ll be available to answer your questions about any of the various cannabis strains that we offer at our Sensory Bar. That also means, you’ll be able to view and smell every strain before you decide on a purchase.
Definitely not. There are over 900 different stains of cannabis known around the globe with new strains being introduced every day. While several cannabis strains are similar to one another, in terms of the effects that they produce, most cannabis strains are unique. Learn about the various strains that are available to consume by stopping by one of our retail cannabis stores this coming October 17th!
There are several ways to consume cannabis other than smoking. If you’re looking for an alternative that does not involve combustion (which produces carcinogens), here are some options, all of which will be available in our stores.

  • Vaporizing
  • Edibles
  • Ingestible Oils