Provincial regulations regarding cannabis sales state that all cannabis purchases are considered final sales, unless the product has been damaged, recalled or defective (mouldy, expired or damaged in transit).
As a licensed cannabis retailer Costa Canna purchases all of the products we sell from the BC Liquor Distribution Branch (BCLDB). BCLDB regulates all legal cannabis sales in BC and is the wholesale distributor for all legal cannabis products in BC. It supplies products from only federally approved producers who are regulated by tight standards […]
Cannabis retailers are not allowed to let customers touch or handle cannabis products.
The Cannabis Act makes it very clear that cannabis retailers are not allowed to give away free product ever.
At this time regulations stipulate cannabis retailers may not sell non-cannabis items.
No. Minors may not enter a cannabis retail establishment.
No. The BC government does not allow cannabis retailers to deliver cannabis products at this time.
Online sales are exclusively government-operated. The province of B.C. currently only allows Click-and-Collect (order online, pick up in store) for private cannabis retailers.
Not at this time; the government of British Columbia may consider offsite retail sales in the future.
As per Health Canada's guidelines, packaging must prevent contamination of the cannabis, be tamper-proof, and be child-resistant. Additionally, all packaging and warning signs have to be of certain dimensions, which add to the amount of materials used. To keep cannabis packaging out of landfills Costa Cann has partnered with Tweed and Terra Cycle. Simply drop […]
No, any cannabis purchased legally cannot be resold.
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