St. Johns, Newfoundland and Labrador
Newfoundland is the easternmost province in Canada, and is one of the four Atlantic Provinces. The province is comprised of the island of Newfoundland, as well as Labrador, which is situated on the mainland, bordering Quebec. Newfoundland is home to a population of more than 525,000 people, the majority of which live in coastal fishing village
St. John’s, the capital city, is the province’s largest city with a population of over 210,000. Other major centers of population are Grand Falls, Windsor and Corner Brook. Smaller communities often referred to as “outports” are more traditional villages that remain an important element in Newfoundland society.
Smoking Weed in Newfoundland and Labrador
Currently, licensed retailers are not able to satisfy consumers with getting products that they want. There have been occasions where signs were put up on the door due to shortage issues.
On June 14, 2019, the Federal Government announced that the required regulations to the Cannabis Act related to the legalization of edibles will come into force on October 17, 2019. However, it will take time, after that date, before new cannabis products become available for purchase. It is expected that a limited selection of products will appear gradually in physical or online stores, and no earlier than mid-December 2019.
Non-medical cannabis can only be legally purchased at stores licensed through the Newfoundland and Liquor Corporation (NLC) or online through NLC’s web portal. There are more than 20 licensed stores spread throughout the province.
The consumption of cannabis is only allowed in a private dwelling. It is prohibited in a public place, a motor vehicle or a boat, similar to the restrictions on consuming alcohol.
Why buy weed online?
Not only is the province dealing with shortage issues, edible cannabis is not available for sale until mid-December. Even then, that isn’t a guarantee. Health Canada, which regulates cannabis products, requires 60 days’ notice before making a new product available for sale. Thus, we recommend getting your products from an online delivery service such as Weed Cargo. We offer a wide range of cannabis products from shatter, hash, edibles, and whatever else you might need.
Discover Newfoundland and Labrador
So your weed has arrived from Weed Cargo. There are always fascinating places to see and countless things to do in Newfoundland and Labrador.
St. John’s and Cape Spear
The charismatic capital city is filled with history, art, music, great food, live entertainment, and shopping. Start the day at the nearby Cape Spear Lighthouse National Historic Site, to experience the continent’s first sunrise. Stroll the downtown boutiques and Jellybean Row, and make time to visit Quidi Vidi fishing village, home to Mallard Cottage and Quidi Vidi Brewery, as well as time for Signal Hill and The Battery—a charming assortment of colorful houses clinging to the shore at the edge of the sea.
Gros Morne National Park
Carved by Mother Nature, this UNESCO World Heritage Site allows you to hike along the Earth’s mantle at the Tablelands, and check out the region’s fertile volcanic seacoast at Green Gardens. Take a boat tour through a 485-million-year-old glacier-carved fjord known as Western Brook Pond. Captain your own kayak or canoe down Trout River, where you may spot moose or caribou.
L’Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site
Another designated UNESCO World Heritage Site, L’Anse aux Meadows, is an archeological gem. It’s also the only authentic Viking settlement remaining in North America, dating back to the 11th century. See Viking history brought to life during a tour of the ruins or a visit to the longhouse where you’ll learn about life at the encampment circa A.D. 1,000.
An island like no other, Twillingate is quintessential Newfoundland beauty. Twillingate is known as the iceberg capital of the world; here, you’ll see 10,000-year-old icebergs gently float by. After hitting a few puffs, take a boat tour to admire these regal icebergs and spot marine wildlife, including whales, dolphins, seals, and seabirds. One of the best vantage points is Long Point Lighthouse, a beacon overlooking Notre Dame Bay