Spiritleaf in Moose Jaw is a first for Saskatchewan, but the Alberta-born chain already operates outlets in Alberta and Ontario, and more are on the way.
While part of a growing family of nationwide cannabis stores, each Spiritleaf location is locally owned and operated and this store is no exception. The Moose Jaw location is owned by Mandy Fisher and family: father Darcy, and siblings Dylan and Chelsea.
“It’s awesome to be part of something so new and groundbreaking,” Fisher told the Daily Jaw in advance of the store’s November 2018 debut. “We want to help break down the stigma and at the same time do what we love.”Introducing Leafly Pickup
This store is like a tribute to two of our favourite things: cannabis and Canadiana.
“The end of prohibition. The start of something incredible.” It’s written on the store’s exterior and greets customers as they approach.
Need another sign that progress is rapidly underway in this corner of Moose Jaw? The store’s location in Civic Centre Plaza is the site of another Saskatchewan first: the province’s first Tesla Supercharger will be situated in the parking lot.
Setting the tone from the second you step inside, this store is decorated with warm, natural textures, neutral tones, and a hint of rock ‘n’ roll.
A portrait of the late Canadian legend Gord Downie looks over the room with approval. A guitar is on display between a pair of leather armchairs and plantlife punctuates the room with pops of green.
“I visit this location almost weekly and I consistently get excellent customer service,” writes one Leafly reviewer. “The staff is friendly, helpful and very patient. I ask a lot of questions but they are very knowledgeable and happy to help.”
Those that prefer to shop solo can take advantage of the thoughtful store set-up that invites customers to explore bud samples in sniffer jars and browse strains on tablets situated on tables in the centre of the room.
Orders can be placed at the counter with a staff member or reserved online in advance.
Products & Price
Aside from cannabis, the store sells a selection of merch, accessories, and ancillary items. This store is fully equipped whether you’re in the market for rolling papers and filter tips, a high-quality vaporizer, or an artful pipe.
What You Should Know
Per provincial law, you must be at least 19 to enter a cannabis retail store and proof of age will be required for every purchase, even if you’re a regular.
This store is wheelchair accessible and parking is free and plentiful in the lot outside.