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The Newest Cannabis Products in Saskatchewan

Published on August 30, 2019 · Last updated September 19, 2022
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Illustration by Robyn Flannigan for Leafly

Illustration by Robyn Flannigan for Leafly

What’s New in Saskatchewan

Cannabis consumers in this prairie province can look forward to a new crop of products coming to market in the months to come. Canadians can expect an increasing selection of new strains as growers debut their latest harvests, while edibles, extracts, and topicals are set to make their debut before the year is out.

In this round-up we’ll feature brands, strains, products, and accessories that are newly available across the province.

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December 2019

Re-Up from Zenabis

This affordable collection of high quality cannabis boasts a collection of indica, sativa, and hybrid strains including LTRSR and MKLTR in preroll and dried flower options. Exclusive to Saskatchewan and New Brunswick residents for now, Re-Up’s competitive prices aim to make dents in the illicit market.

October 2019

The Batch from High Park

La Batch
The Batch is a line of pocket-friendly flower new to Saskatchewan cannabis retailers, touted as “Quality cannabis that doesn’t cost a fortune.” Categorized by potency rather than cultivar, this blended whole flower contains between 10-16% THC. You can try The Batch in a variety of forms, from affordable quarter and half-quarter packages to solo prerolls or a package of five.

Zen Berry from Sundial Cannabis

The Alberta-based growers shipped their first batch of cannabis to Saskatchewan in August.

The company’s Zen Berry, a Shishkaberry strain is available from retailers across the province while strains like Lemon Riot and Daydream are expected to follow in the coming weeks and months.

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