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Description: Buying marijuana in Canada is legal, but there are still some legalities to consider before purchasing this illegal substance. If you have a criminal record, you may not be able to buy weed in a retail establishment. However, you can order marijuana online through thebestbud.co and have it delivered to your door. While marijuana remains illegal in the U.S., Canadian authorities are pardoning people who are only charged with small possession of marijuana. If you are worried about this, there are some ways to avoid it.First, it is important to know that marijuana is illegal to give to minors. The federal government prohibits providing marijuana to minors and those who do so face up to fourteen years in prison. In addition to federal legislation, several provinces have passed laws to protect children from marijuana. For example, Saskatchewan made underage entry into marijuana stores illegal. If you are concerned about your kids, you shouldn't purchase cannabis for them. Instead, purchase it for yourself or someone else who is 21 or older.Second, check the laws in your home province. In Canada, the age for purchasing marijuana has been set at 19. However, the minimum age for smoking marijuana has been lowered to 18 in Alberta and 21 in Quebec. Additionally, you should carry a valid photo ID if you plan to buy marijuana in Canada. For those who are over 21, it is also illegal to buy it in Canada, and it is important to check local regulations before buying.