Saskatchewan is located in the prairie region of Canada, bordered by Alberta to the west, Manitoba to the east, Northwest Territories. Saskatchewan is Canada’s “sunniest” province, averaging 2,000 to 2,500 hours of sunshine annually. The province has a population of just over 1.1 million, with Regina, the capital city, counting roughly 240,000 and Saskatoon, the largest city, having a population of 300,000.
Saskatchewan’s skies offer magnificent sunrises and sunsets. It’s covered with grasslands, coniferous forests, rivers, lakes, and charming small towns.
Smoking weed in Saskatchewan
The Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority (SGLA) conducts both wholesaling and retailing of cannabis in the province.
Under the existing system, announced in March 2018, only communities with 2,500 people or more qualify for permits. Larger communities get a set amount of permits allocated through a lottery system, with just 51 available province wide. Those interested in becoming retailers must meet SLGA’s permitting requirements, including a good character check, inventory tracking and store security.
The minimum legal age for purchase or use is 19, and recreational cannabis may not be consumed in public spaces or in any vehicle.
Why buy weed online?
The cannabis culture in Saskatchewan is relatively muted compared to other provinces. The people here who enjoy the occasional toke are too scared to admit it. It is not as socially accepted in this province compared to others; older folks scorn the very idea. For this reason, we recommend ordering your marijuana online, and consuming it in the privacy of your home. Purchasing it online guarantees your privacy and security that you can’t get in person at a retail dispensary.
Not sure what to do after you’ve had your favorite greens delivered? Find out what the top places are to visit below:
Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park
Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park is a must-visit attraction if you’re an outdoor lover. The park is named for the Cypress Hills that rise 580 meters above the surrounding terrain. Cliffs, lookout points, and forest trails are all there to be enjoyed and explored. The area is a Dark Sky Preserve, which means almost no unnatural light will impede your incredible view of the stars, planets and satellites in the night sky. Go camping, fishing, hiking, zip lining, canoeing, skiing, and even golfing. Roll up your weed you ordered online, and be prepared for an adventure!
Little Manitou Lake
Be prepared for a day of combined spa/swimming at Little Manitou Lake. This unique lake is filled with briny water that possesses natural skin and body care properties. These properties come from the concentrations of mineral salts, magnesium, silica, potassium, and other minerals found in the water. Light up a blunt and go for a float to relax and rejuvenate your body. Once you’ve soaked up the benefits, you can enjoy all of the attractions in the surrounding area, from golfing, to sailing, and even great shopping.
Explore the million-acre wilderness of Northern Saskatchewan’s boreal forest in winter by dogsled, with Sundog Excursions. You can learn to harness Alaskan husky sled dogs as you take in the beautiful terrain. Spot lynx, owls, and moose. Strap on snowshoes and follow Arctic fox tracks. Listen to wolves howl in the serene, silent woodlands.
Athabasca Sand Dunes Provincial Park
Athabasca Sand Dunes Provincial Park is known to be the largest active land surface in the country. Parts of the dunes are 30 meters high. You can set out for days of exploring, dune buggy driving, free camping, fishing and sightseeing of the outstanding scenery.