Looking for an open cannabis store on Oct. 17, Canada’s Legalization Day? We’re here to help.
Cannabis is regulated by each province or territory, so rules vary across the country. For a full FAQ about Nova Scotia’s cannabis rules, see our guide: Legal Cannabis in Nova Scotia: What You Should Know.Retail cannabis sales will be handled by the Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation (NSLC), which is expected to open nine stores throughout the province.
The crown corporation will launch its online retail site, myNSLC.com/Cannabis, on Oct. 17. Here’s the catch: You can’t enter the web site without a special access code. And that code can only be obtained by showing up in person at any NSLC store (starting Oct. 17), presenting a valid ID confirming that you’re 19 or older, and accepting a special card. There is no cost to obtain the card.
Hold on to your cannabis access code card once you’ve picked it up at one of our NSLC stores. You’ll need to enter the code each time you want to explore https://t.co/hLNMQgRCL1 or purchase cannabis products and accessories. Cards will be available at all NSLC stores Oct. 17. pic.twitter.com/CbUCUP9QQn
— NSLC (@theNSLC) October 9, 2018
Recreational Cannabis Stores in Nova Scotia
|Amherst||NSLC||126 South Albion St.|
|Dartmouth||NSLC||650 Portland St.|
|Halifax||NSLC||5540 Clyde St.|
|Halifax||NSLC||3601 Joseph Howe Dr.|
|Lower Sackville||NSLC||745 Sackville Dr.|
|New Glasgow||NSLC||610 East River Rd.|
|Sydney River||NSLC||95 Keltic Dr.|
|Truro||NSLC||6 Court St.|
|Yarmouth||NSLC||104a Starrs Rd.|