Is it possible to deliver weed by mail?

The laws of Canada have allowed its citizens to mail Cannabis to each other. However, this practice has a little rule presiding over it, and that is the weed being mailed must be household-grown or from a licensed dealer. This measure has understandably been put in place to eliminate third parties, and thus the illegal growth of the drug. So, whenever in Nova Scotia (Yes, I chose it for that reason) or British Colombia (highly recommended), feel free to wrap a nice bag of Cannabis for your friend and drop it off at the post office.

Can you have delivered to your doorstep?

Indeed you can. There are weed-producing organizations that have a personal doorstep delivery service suited precisely for those days when you don’t feel like going out (or more relatable, in times of lockdown during the Covid-19 pandemic). The downside to this is that you might have to pay a slightly higher price compared to just picking the weed from the dealer yourself.

Does Canada allow international weed deliveries?

Absolutely not. And understandably so. See, there isn’t that many a country that has legalized the use of Marijuana. In some places, one can be penalized if a Cannabis drug test comes out positive, let alone being found in its possession. Had Canada legalized international weed delivery, then it would have become a target market for international criminals and that would be bad for Canada’s diplomatic relations with other countries, wouldn’t it?

Is weed delivery cheap in Canada?

Well, that depends. Some organizations offer free shipping as an incentive for their clients, while others merciless attach the shipping fee to the product. It also depends on where the weed is being delivered from and to. You might find delivery within the same province cheaper that a trans-province delivery, since you might have to factor in the transport cost with the latter. Public provisional dealers may be luxuriant with their prices compared to private dealers.


Weed delivery in Canada is still a young venture that we expect to mature with time.  It can be concluded however, that having Cannabis delivered to your doorstep ( need I mention ‘ legally’) has become so much easier three years down the line and with the government looking to deal with any challenges facing the Cannabis, it is bound to get a whole lot easier.

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