Our hours of operation are as follows:

Monday - Thursday 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday - Saturday 10:00 AM - 7:00PM
Sunday - 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Yes. You can purchase online and pick up in store via click & collect

Click & Collect is a great way to shop since you can browse through the online menu and get detailed information about the brand, cbd/thc content, sativa or indica dominant, terpenes and effects. It’s also a great way to discover what’s new!

Ordering is simple with Click and Collect and guarantees your product choice will be in stock as products often sell out.

Save time at the store since your order will be waiting for you. For pick up you will need to show ID and the card used for online payment.

Prefer to call in your order? Do you have questions?
Give us a call at <a href="http://tel:613-336-0441/">613-336-0441.</a>

All online orders must be placed with a credit card. The name on the order must match the name on the credit card and must match the valid photo ID, both of which must be presented on pick up of your order.

You may purchase up to 30 grams of Cannabis.

We accept cash, debit, Visa & MasterCard

In order to visit 41 Cannabis Co. and make a purchase, you must be at least 19 years of age and show a valid photo ID. The following forms of ID are acceptable:
A Canadian Passport, Ontario Driver’s License with a photo of the person to whom the license is issued, a Canadian Citizenship Card, Canadian Armed Forces ID card, A photo LCBO card, a Secure Indian Status Card issued by the Government of Canada, a Permanent Residential Card issued by the Government of Canada, or a Photo Card issued under the Photo Card Act, 2008.

You must be 19 and older to buy, use, possess and grow recreational cannabis. This is the same as the minimum age for the sale of tobacco and alcohol in Ontario.

You are able to have a maximum of 30 grams (about one ounce) of dried cannabis (or equivalent) in public at any time.

One gram of dried cannabis is equal (equivalent) to:

■ 5 grams of fresh cannabis
■ 15 grams of edible product
■ 70 grams of liquid product
■ 0.25 grams of concentrates (solid or liquid)
■ 1 cannabis plant seed

■ Private residences
■ Many outdoor public places
■ Designated smoking guest rooms in hotels, motels and inns
■ Residential vehicles and boats that meet certain criteria (for example, if they have permanent sleeping accommodations and cooking facilities, and are parked or anchored). Learn more about the <a href="https://www.ontario.ca/page/cannabis-and-driving">rules for cannabis and driving</a>.
■ Scientific research and testing facilities (if the cannabis use is for scientific research and testing purposes)
■ Controlled areas in: long-term care homes, certain retirement homes, residential hospices, provincially-funded supportive housing, designated psychiatric facilities or veterans’ facilities

Additional restrictions on smoking and vaping may exist in municipal bylaws, lease agreements and the policies of employers and property owners.

You cannot smoke or vape cannabis in:

■ indoor common areas in condos, apartment buildings and university/college residences
■ enclosed public places and enclosed work places
■ non-designated guest rooms in hotels, motels and inns
■ at school, on school grounds, and all public areas within 20 metres of these grounds
■ on children’s playgrounds and public areas within 20 metres of playgrounds
■ in child care centres or where an early years program is provided
■ in places where home child care is provided — even if children aren’t present
■ within 9 metres from the entrance or exit of hospitals (public and private), psychiatric facilities, long-term care homes, independent health facilities
■ on outdoor grounds of hospitals (public and private) and psychiatric facilities
■ in non-controlled areas in long-term care homes, certain retirement homes, provincially-funded supportive housing, designated psychiatric or veterans’ facilities, and residential hospices

Publicly owned spaces

You cannot smoke or vape cannabis in publicly-owned sport fields (not including golf courses), nearby spectator areas and public areas within 20 metres of these areas.

Vehicles and boats

You cannot consume cannabis (smoking, vaping and eating) in a vehicle or boat that is being driven or will be driven.

Learn more about the rules for cannabis and driving.

Other outdoor areas

You cannot smoke or vape cannabis:

■ in restaurants and on bar patios and public areas within 9 metres of a patio
■ on outdoor grounds of specified Ontario government office buildings
■ in reserved seating areas at outdoor sports and entertainment locations
■ on grounds of community recreational facilities and public areas within 20 metres of those grounds
■ in sheltered outdoor areas with a roof and more than two walls which the public or employees frequent, or are invited to (for example, a bus shelter)

You may grow up to four cannabis plants per residence (not per person) if:

■ you are 19 years of age and older
■ it is only for your personal use
■ the starting material was purchased from the Ontario Cannabis Store or an authorized retail store
■ it is not forbidden by your lease agreement or condo rules

Cannabis edibles are legal in Canada as of October 17, 2019.

Edible cannabis products are allowed to have:

■ up to 10 milligrams of <abbr>THC</abbr> (tetrahydrocannabinol) in a single package
■ up to 30 milligrams of caffeine, if it is naturally occurring (for example, in chocolate, coffee and tea)
■ Edible cannabis products must contain no nicotine or added alcohol.

Everyone’s desires and tastes are different. Our knowledgeable and friendly staff can assist you find the right cannabis products for you. Please see one of our Budtenders upon arrival.