The Ultimate Cannabis Tourism Canada Guide: Toronto

Since the legalization in 2018, cannabis has become a massive industry in Canada with cannabis tourism flourishing in its wake. From a surge of newly opened dispensaries to a handful of new products on the market, it’s safe to say that the cannabis culture is well and truly alive in the country. 

When it comes to cities, Toronto is becoming the epicentre of cannabis tourism in Canada. More and more people are flocking to the city to enjoy cannabis-related events, shop for premium products, eat in munchie-friendly restaurants, and just enjoy the freedom of smoking a joint in one of many of this city’s parks.  

In this post, we will guide you through all the information you need to know if you’re planning a trip to Toronto to enjoy its cannabis culture. 

Basic Laws for Cannabis Tourism in Canada

Before we talk about what Toronto has to offer in terms of cannabis tourism, let’s discuss the basic laws and regulations that all tourists need to know before visiting. After all, being informed is a great way to prepare for your next cannabis holiday!

Here are some laws you need to know before starting your adventure of enjoying cannabis tourism in Canada

  • You have to be at least 19 years old to purchase, possess, and cultivate recreational cannabis. 
  • It is illegal for adults to share cannabis products with minors. It is also illegal to purchase any cannabis products for minors. 
  • Cannabis products are sold in licensed cannabis dispensaries, with each in-store or online purchase limited to 30 grams. 30 grams of cannabis extracts and edibles can look different compared to dried flowers, and this online calculator developed by the Canadian government can help with your conversion. 
  • As of 2021, purchasing cannabis seeds from sources aside from licensed dispensaries is still considered illegal.
  • Smoking in public places, such as parks, sidewalks, and lounge areas is permitted.
  • Individuals can freely consume cannabis in private residences including the direct outdoor area such as the balcony, porch, or backyard. 
  • Smoking is still prohibited in government-owned buildings and publicly owned arenas and stadiums. Getting caught can result in arrests and fines ranging from $1,000 to $5,000. 

Now that the rules are clear, let’s get to the fun part!

Toronto, the Heart of Cannabis Tourism in Canada

Cannabis Tourism in Canada quickly sparked up, with enthusiasts from different parts of the world flocking to enjoy recreational use freely as they please. Because of its lively local culture paired with its thriving cannabis scene, Toronto has become one of the most important places to visit. 

There are several reasons why Toronto is shaping up to be North America’s answer to Amsterdam. Some of these reasons include the endless selection of mouthwatering food choices and world-class arts and culture scene, combined with the city’s easy accessibility and colourful community of people actively pushing for the cannabis lifestyle.

If you’re looking for fun things to do in Toronto while high, the city is filled with establishments and attractions that will stimulate your senses in all ways possible. Let’s look at more examples below. 

Toronto’s Cannabis Themed Experiences

Your cannabis holiday wouldn’t be complete without signing up for cannabis-themed tours. A popular company offering this service is Canada High Tours, which offers a variety of cannabis tours and experiences such as graffiti tours, walking tours, bike tours, shopping tours, and activities such as cannabis cultivation, pipe making, clay-molding, meditation, yoga art sessions, and even a sensory deprivation tank experience – all while consuming cannabis! 

Another company championing cannabis tourism in Canada is Toronto Toke Tours, whose main offering is a personalized two-hour walking tour around the city, with joints freely passed around. The company also offers cannabis yoga classes and massage sessions that start off with vapes to enhance the relaxing vibe. Perhaps the company’s most unique offering is a party bus and limo service that will take your trip with your friends to a higher level. 

Enrolling in a class from Cannabis Cooking Company is another experience that you must consider, a Toronto-based culinary school dedicated to – you guessed it – cooking with bud. The owners are executive chefs teaching multiple methods of infusing THC into anything you can think of and using it for exquisite dishes. This is a skill you’d want to take home! 

Bud-Friendly Accommodation

When thinking about cannabis tourism in Canada, specifically in Toronto, staying at a cannabis-themed lodging is a must. In fact, you can even search for smoking-friendly stays through a website called Bud and Breakfast

If you’re looking for a laid-back, nature-filled retreat, you should check out Sir Sam’s Inn in Ontario. It’s one of the first lodgings in the area where guests are allowed to consume recreational cannabis anywhere on the premises. 

Knowledgeable Dispensaries

Visiting a couple of dispensaries should obviously be on your checklist if you’re visiting the area for cannabis tourism. Toronto is filled with interesting cannabis dispensaries that offer classic and innovative cannabis products that will cater to all your needs, whether you’re in it recreationally or if you’re looking to experience its medicinal benefits.

Dispensaries in Toronto are staffed by knowledgeable and highly trained professionals who are dedicated to spreading proper information about cannabis, hence spreading positive education about this burgeoning industry. 

From rare hybrids to topicals to edibles, Toronto’s dispensaries are armed with items that all tourists will find not only interesting but also of high-quality. Aside from the best cannabis products and informative exchanges with budtenders, you’ll also get to shop for smoking accessories or merch that you’ll be happy to take home and gift to your friends!

Make Sure to Stop at Seven Point Cannabis!

Seven Point Cannabis is an elevated retailer in Toronto offering some of the finest cannabis products in the region. While on your Canadian cannabis holiday, don’t hesitate to visit us at our location across from High Park, Toronto’s largest park, to see our offerings up close. Our knowledgeable budtenders are ready to assist you with anything you need and answer any questions you may have. 

Want to learn more about cannabis tourism in Canada and what Toronto has to offer? Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us to learn more about the local cannabis lifestyle. We’ll be happy to guide you through the ropes for a memorable experience!

1 thought on “The Ultimate Cannabis Tourism Canada Guide: Toronto”

  1. Great reading thanks. However I am really struggling to find somewhere to stay. I appreciate most places dont want smoking indoors so I dont mind an outdoor smoke but there seems to be next to nothing in any options. Even when I add a smoking filter it then links to an apartment that says not smoking. Got any ideas? Tried Hibnb and Bud and breakfast.

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