As of October 17, 2018, Manitobans aged 19 years and older can purchase cannabis from licensed retailers in Manitoba.
LEGAL CANNABIS STORES IN MANITOBA
The LGCA has licensed the following stores, which may stock and sell cannabis legally. Licensed stores can also offer online and telephone sales. Check with stores for their opening times.
The Province of Manitoba has prioritized economic opportunities within the cannabis industry for First Nations. Currently, four of Manitoba's cannabis stores are owned by First Nations.
- Delta 9 Cannabis Store, Unit 48 - 1570 18th Street
- Garden Variety, Unit 1B - 1350 18th Street
- Meta Cannabis Supply Co., Unit 4, 930 - 18th Street
- Tokyo Smoke, 628 - 18th Street
- Tokyo Smoke, 3 - 915 18th Street North
- Tweed, 2705 Victoria Avenue
- Tweed, 1450 Main Street South
- Meta Cannabis Supply Co., 79 Keeshkeemaquah Drive
- Meta Cannabis Supply Co., 300A North Railway Street
Opaskwayak Cree Nation:
- Meta Cannabis Supply Co., Otineka Mall
Portage la Prairie:
- Tweed, 309 Saskatchewan Avenue
- The Corktown Cannabis Company, 117 Assiniboine Street
- Fire & Flower Cannabis Co., 526 Main Street
- Delta 9 Cannabis Store, 300 Mystery Lake Road
- Meta Cannabis Supply Co., 58 Cree Road
- Cannabis 204 Retail Store, 163 Nelson Street West
- Delta 9 Cannabis Store, Unit 1 - 827 Dakota Street
- Delta 9 Cannabis Store, 478 River Avenue
- Garden Variety, Unit 620 - 1424 Ellice Avenue
- Garden Variety, Unit 10 - 655 Sterling Lyon Parkway
- Meta Cannabis Supply Co., 1881 Grant Avenue
- Meta Cannabis Supply Co., 420 Madison Street
- Meta Cannabis Supply Co., Unit 23 - 584 Pembina Highway
- Meta Cannabis Supply Co., 2145 Portage Avenue
- Tokyo Smoke, Unit 101 - 264 McDermot Avenue
- Tokyo Smoke, 55B Goulet Street
- Tokyo Smoke, Unit 2 - 437 Stradbrook Avenue
- Tokyo Smoke, Unit 150 3369-3393 Portage Avenue
- Tweed, 120 Osborne Street
- Tweed, 1592 Regent Avenue
Other prospective cannabis retailers are working toward getting stores ready to open. Obtaining a cannabis retail licence from the LGCA, which will allow them to legally sell cannabis in Manitoba, is one of the final steps to be ready to open. Stores have to have their physical set-up (e.g. security system, cannabis storage and display) and other government approvals (e.g. municipal occupancy permit) in place before the LGCA can issue a licence.
While the LGCA understands that there is a lot of interest and curiosity in Manitoba's retail stores, prospective retailers are private business operators who are working within their own plans and retail store schedules.
While the LGCA cannot provide information on prospective stores, we will continue to update the list above as we issue licences.
Health Canada’s existing medical cannabis program will remain in place following legalization of non-medical cannabis. For more information on purchasing medical cannabis, please visit the Government of Canada.