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What’s the Average Price of Cannabis at Canada’s Retail Stores?

October 17, 2018
Canopy Growth CEO Bruce Linton, left to right, passes a bag with the first legal cannabis for recreation use sold in Canada to Nikki Rose and Ian Power at the Tweed shop on Water Street in St. John's N.L. at 12:01 am NDT on Wednesday Oct. 17, 2018. (Paul Daly/The Canadian Press via AP)
As Canada’s cannabis market explodes on day one of legalization, grams, ounces, oils, and seeds are finally reaching the mainstream public. How much should you expect to spend on the average gram?

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Check out our guide to Canadian cannabis prices, and ready your pocketbooks for a whole new world of elevation. Paid something different? Let us know your exact price point in a comment below or tweet us @Leafly.

Alberta

Average price per gram: $7–$8

 

Alberta’s online store, albertacannabis.org, is listing cannabis prices at $10.79 per gram while eighths are clocking in at $34.96–$48.99

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Manitoba

Average price per gram: $6–$7 


Tokyo Smoke in Winnipeg is posting price points on cannabis grams ranging from $9–$16. 

Newfoundland and Labrador

Average price per gram: $7–$8

St. John’s in Newfoundland had cannabis shops displaying $10.99 grams on their menus with pre-rolls pulling in $13.21 for 2-packs.

Ontario

Average price per gram: $7–$8

The Ontario Online Store was selling $7.95–$9.75 per gram, with pre-rolls ranging from $10.35–$12.35 tax included.

Quebec

Average price per gram: $6–$7 

To remain competitive against Canada’s current illicit market, the New York Times reported that Quebec shops plan to sell cannabis at around $7 or less per gram.

Saskatchewan

Average price per gram: $8—$9

Various sources are positing different price points on Saskatchewan cannabis. Jimmy’s Cannabis in Saskatoon offered $90 on 7 grams for one customer (above). Meanwhile, at Eden in Edenwold, reports of $18.99 grams are unfolding and retailer Fire and Flower has listed their cannabis at $13-$16 per gram.

Yukon

Average price per gram: $9–$10

Yukon’s lone cannabis store in Whitehorse is run by the Yukon Liqour Corporation. Prices of cannabis vary from $6–$20 per gram depending on the value and “premium” standard of the weed sold.

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  • Byteme2

    Prices are way too high, the novilty will wear off and people will go back to their old dealers.

    • CBrains

      Since it only took 3 days to clear out stock, cost doesn’t seem way too high. Besides that, there are reasons to pay for quality and choice of strains. I’m sure there are also some growing pains getting it all started, so maybe the novelty will wear off, once everyone who wants some has some.

  • Paul Sorensen

    The huge demand, and shortages, are boosting the prices. I bet prices will moderate when inventories improve.

  • James

    Shops sell some really high quality cannabis that is properly labeled with info that I like to have. Black market equaled regularly getting ripped off on price, quality, and time dealing with people I don’t want to deal with on their schedule. I have never seen 1/8 of quality product for less than $50 on black market. This is just personal observation and preference. You talk about going to your “buddies” so you probably have better results. Last, I want to be able to obtain and to be in possession of it through legit means. Too old to deal with legal risks and thankfully we’re in a time where we finally don’t have to.

    • Byteme2

      James, your connections suck, $50 for a quality 1/4 whould be top price

  • The cost of buying ANYTHING legal is going to be higher (pardon the pun) lol

    I mean your neighbour slugging moonshine and home made wine on his illegal website is not PAYING TAX or RENTS or STAFF or MARKETING of ANY REAL LEGALLY COMMON BUSINESS OVERHEADS?!

    I say buy it al safely and trust in that you’re not gonna get caught in a parking lot sitting a dealers Honda Civic hehehehe

  • Kris Figueroa

    What about Nova Scotia?