Whether you are looking to relax after a long day of work, recharge your creativity, or elevate a new experience with friends, GG4 Store is here for you. Enjoy a wide selection of high quality buds, pre-rolls, oils, capsules, and more. With our quick and easy order process, you’ll be in and out within 10 minutes or less (if you want!), so you can go on to enjoy the things you love most.
Online cannabis dispensaries usually offer a wider selection of cannabis-infused products than local retailers. Here at GG4, we make sure that you are always well taken care of. After being in the business for over 15 years, we have gone a long way from selling simple marijuana strains to gathering a diversified assortment.
Cannabis Smoking and Vaping Rules in Edmonton
Although legalization is a federal decision, provinces and municipalities are responsible for setting rules with respect to cannabis consumption. The City of Edmonton’s Public Places Bylaw regulates where smoking is permitted in public places: this includes tobacco, vaping and cannabis. Whether you are smoking cannabis for recreational or for medical purposes, everyone is expected to respect the same rules for where you can smoke. Private property owners may establish additional smoking restrictions on their own properties. 30 grams is the most you can buy or carry at a time.
Anyone looking to smoke in public should make sure they are following rules from the Canadian municipality and province they are located within.
Where Can You Smoke Cannabis in Edmonton?
The rules differ depending on where you live, but generally in Alberta, you can’t smoke cannabis in any place where smoking tobacco is already prohibited.
You can’t smoke cannabis on hospital, school or child care facility properties. Nor can you smoke it within five metres from a playground, sports field, skateboard park, zoo, outdoor theatre, or outdoor pool or spray park.
Places you will be able to smoke:
- Sidewalks (as long as you’re 10 metres away from any bus stop, entrance/exit, window, air intake system or patio)
- Parks without children’s amenities
- Walking trails
- Grass utility lines
- Any designated consumption area at a festival
- Private property (businesses/owners set own rules)
- Outside hospitals, away from doors
Where to Visit in Edmonton after You Get Your Cannabis
- Old Strathcona
Old Strathcona is the historic part of Edmonton, once home to the distinct city of Strathcona that was eventually amalgamated into the modern city of Edmonton in 1912. Nowadays, Strathcona is one of the more bohemian parts of the city. If you’re looking for somewhere to check out the nightlife, Strathcona is probably your best bet: Whyte Avenue is home to many of the city’s nightclubs and hosts many shows as part of the famous Edmonton International Fringe Festival.
Oliver is a bit of an anomaly: it’s a residential neighborhood tucked into an urban center and it’s the densest and most diverse part of the city. It’s a neighborhood that has a little bit of everything — quiet residential streets, condos, boutique shopping at the end of Jasper Avenue and a bunch of great places to eat and drink.
- 104th Street
104th Street, or the 4th Street Promenade, is another historic neighborhood in the heart of Edmonton’s downtown Warehouse District. Home to many little shops and restaurants, 104th Street is a great place to settle in for a coffee at one its many cafes or take part in some of the local activities. The neighborhood is home to a close-knit community and the local businesses are also sure to have something going on for everyone.