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NSLC Cannabis

Where can I buy cannabis in Nova Scotia from a storefront location?

There is one standalone NSLC cannabis store at Clyde Street and Dresden Row in Halifax, along with 11 other locations inside existing NSLC locations:

  • Amherst NSLC, 126 South Albion St.
  • Antigonish NSLC, 151 Church St.
  • Bridgewater NSLC, 274 Dufferin St.
  • Dartmouth NSLC, 650 Portland St.
  • Halifax NSLC, 3601 Joseph Howe Dr.
  • Lower Sackville NSLC, 752 Sackville Dr.
  • New Glasgow NSLC, 610 East River Rd.
  • New Minas NSLC, 9256 Commercial St.
  • Sydney River NSLC, 95 Keltic Dr.
  • Truro NSLC, 6 Court St.
  • Yarmouth NSLC, 104A Starrs Rd.

Where can I buy cannabis online in Nova Scotia?

In order to access our online store and content, you must visit an NSLC store with valid identification to confirm you are 19 years of age or more to receive an online access code.

NSLC Hours

NSLC 5485 Clyde street hours:

  • Monday 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM
  • Tuesday 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM
  • Wednesday 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM
  • Thursday 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM
  • Friday 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM
  • Saturday 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM
  • Sunday 10:00 PM – 5:00 PM


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Q How much cannabis can I buy?

There's a 30-gram limit on what you can buy and possess at any one time and the NSLC is the only licensed retailer.

Q How strong will the product be?

Product labels will include CBD and THC levels ranging from a low of two percent to a maximum of 24 percent.

Q How can I buy online?

The online store will require customers to have a special access code that will only be available to pick up storefront locations.

You'll need an ID for that, to prove you are over 19 years old, which is the legal age to possess and use pot in Nova Scotia.

Q What is the legal age to possess and use cannabis in Nova Scotia.

You must be a minimum of 19 years of age.

Q Can I drive with cannabis in the car?

RCMP Cpl. Dal Hutchinson has also advised people who buy cannabis to treat their purchases the way they currently do beer, wine or hard liquor.

"If you go to the liquor store and you buy a 40 ouncer of rum or a case of beer, you're required to put it away in a part of the vehicle, a compartment that's away from the driver or its occupants," he said. "Same thing applies when you go to buy your cannabis."

"You have to keep it in a secure location whether it be in a trunk or in a container in the back of a truck or in the case of a minivan have it in the very back, maybe in a floor compartment," he said.

Simply tossing the bag into a cupholder would get you in trouble.

"We have encountered that where people, whether it be alcohol or drugs they hop into their vehicle and throw that two or three gram in the cup holder or in the dash of their vehicle," he said.

"That's not OK."

Q Where can I smoke?

It is off-limits to smoke cannabis in the car, for starters.

"We're asking people if they see people using cannabis in a vehicle whether the vehicle is mobile or parked, we ask that you call 911," said Hutchinson.

"Our priority is to make sure people do not operate vehicles while impaired by drugs or alcohol."

There are currently 61 RCMP and municipal police officers specially trained to spot drug impaired drivers. That's the most per capita of any province in Canada.

And lighting up where you're not supposed to isn't just a problem if you're in a vehicle — in Halifax you are restricted to smoking only in designated spots outside, since smoking of all kinds is now banned from sidewalks and other public property.

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  • Monday10:00 AM - 09:00 PM
  • Tuesday10:00 AM - 09:00 PM
  • Wednesday10:00 AM - 09:00 PM
  • Thursday10:00 AM - 09:00 PM
  • Friday10:00 AM - 09:00 PM
  • Saturday10:00 AM - 09:00 PM
  • Sunday10:00 AM - 05:00 PM