My delivery service has been delivering liquor and/or cannabis for several years. Do I still need a licence?

Yes. As of December 17, 2021, any organization, association, group or partnership, corporation or any other business must be licensed by the LGCA to deliver liquor and/or cannabis in Manitoba. Third-party delivery companies that were previously screened or authorized to deliver liquor or retail cannabis on behalf of a licensed supplier may request an interim approval to continue delivery operations …

What happens if I drive under the influence of cannabis?

The proposed Impaired Driving Offences Act responds to the impaired driving provisions in the federal government’s Bill C-46. It introduces provincial sanctions for drivers who fail oral fluid drug screening devices and for drivers who commit one of the new Criminal Code offences that will be created in Bill C-46. The Impaired Driving Offences Act establishes tough provincial sanctions meant to prevent persons from …

How does the LGCA fit into the medical cannabis regime?

The LGCA is not involved in any aspect of Health Canada’s medical cannabis program. Authorized medical cannabis users registered with Health Canada will still be able to grow cannabis themselves or designate someone else to grow on their behalf for personal use. Provincial laws do not address medical cannabis production or sales in any way, as medical cannabis continues to be …

Will edibles be legalized on October 17th?

On October 17, 2018, only cannabis bud, flower and oils may be purchased at retail stores for home consumption.  The federal government has not legalized edible products for retail sale.  The federal government has stated that a framework for edible cannabis products will be created within one year after cannabis is legalized. After the federal government develops their framework for …

Are there things that people can’t do in Manitoba?

Here are some key prohibitions under new cannabis laws: Young persons under 19 years of age cannot purchase or consume cannabis. Persons 19 year of age and older cannot buy for or give cannabis to people under 19 years of age. Manitobans cannot smoke or vape cannabis in public. Manitobans cannot grow non-medical cannabis at home.

What’s legal in Manitoba?

As of October 17, 2018, the Criminal Code (Canada) and Manitoba’s laws will change to let people buy and consume cannabis legally.  As a result, Manitobans 19+ will be able to legally: purchase fresh or dried cannabis and cannabis oil from a licensed cannabis store; possess up to 30 grams of dried legal cannabis or its equivalent in public; share …

Can minors participate in making beer or wine?

No. Minors may not make beer or wine and they cannot assist parents or guardians mix ingredients or bottle the finished product. Minors may be employed by an in-store brewing retailer, but must be supervised by an adult. Minors employed by an in-store brewing retailer are restricted from participating in any functions related to the making of beer or wine, …