The Prince Edward Island Cannabis Management Corporation (PEICMC) is responsible for the distribution and sale of adult-use cannabis in PEI, in partnership with the PEI Liquor Control Commission (PEILCC), and under the authority of the Cannabis Control Act.
Government-run retail stores are the only option for mail-order delivery in PEI. You can purchase cannabis online through our e-Commerce website with direct-to-home delivery.
There is a non-refundable $7.00 fee for each delivery plus applicable tax. For orders over $100, the delivery fee is waived.
Payment can be made by VISA, MasterCard, American Express, Diners Club, Visa Debit, Debit Mastercard, and Prepaid cards.
Cannabis orders can be delivered to any legal address on PEI. Delivery service is provided by Purolator. Orders cannot be delivered to a PO box so please ensure you provide a physical street address.
Yes. There is a $7.00 fee for each delivery plus applicable tax.
Product selection and availability varies between our stores and our website. If you see a product in a store, it might not be available online, and vice versa.
PEI Cannabis is the ONLY retailer of adult use cannabis in Prince Edward Island, sold through our four stand-alone retail stores. You can also purchase cannabis online through our e-Commerce website with direct-to-home delivery.
The legal age for cannabis use in Prince Edward Island is age 19, which is the same as our legal age for alcohol and tobacco.
You can consume cannabis in a private home and the yard attached to a private home. You can also consume cannabis on vacant land, with the consent of the owner of that land. In rented or shared spaces where smoking is prohibited, such as rental units, community care facilities and long-term care facilities, there may be designated spaces for smoking.
You are allowed to have up to 30 grams in public. This means that you can only purchase and transport 30 grams at any one time. There are no limits to how much legally purchased cannabis you can keep in your home. Youth under the age of 19 are prohibited from possessing or consuming cannabis.
Yes. Your household may grow up to four cannabis plants at one time, regardless of stage of growth. This is four plants per house, not per person. If you're renting, get permission from your property owner before growing cannabis. If you're a condo owner, check your condo bylaws.
Impaired driving – by cannabis or any drug – is illegal. You cannot drive any vehicle while the driver, or anyone else in the vehicle, is consuming cannabis. When being transported in a vehicle, cannabis must be out of reach to the driver.
An impaired driver is subject to charges under federal legislation and penalties under the Highway Traffic Act. You could lose your driver's license and face potential jail time. There will be additional charges and fines if you drive impaired with a minor in the car.