A retail cannabis store shall not possess, keep, sell or provide any cannabis product at or from the store which has not been purchased directly from AGLC under the authority of the retail cannabis store licence unless the product has been purchased or transferred from another store (see Section 5.5). (Amended Mar 2020 and Jun 2021)
(Deleted Nov 2019)
Cannabis products purchased or possessed illegally, brought into Alberta illegally or manufactured illegally, are subject to immediate seizure by Inspectors. Licensees involved in such activities are subject to prosecution and to penalties imposed by the Board. (Amended Nov 2019)
AGLC may establish a minimum price for cannabis products sold in a retail cannabis store. Licensees are not permitted to sell below the minimum price or provide cannabis to customers free of charge. (Amended Nov. 2018)
Available quantities and related prices must be clearly displayed.
Purchases cannot exceed 30 grams of cannabis or equivalent to one individual per visit. Equivalencies are outlined as per Schedule 3 of the Canada Cannabis Act:
Class of Cannabis
Quantity Equivalent to 1 gram of dried cannabis
solids containing cannabis
non-solids containing cannabis
cannabis plant seeds
Receipts must be provided for all cannabis products sold.
The Health Canada Consumer Information brochure must be made
available to each customer (see Subsection 4.2.12). Copies of the brochure are to be located on the counter near the cash register. (Amended Nov 2019)
Cannabis products must be sold in its original sealed packaging as received from AGLC.
If it is reasonable to believe a sales transaction will place an individual in possession of more than 30 grams of cannabis, the sales transaction must not be completed.
Retail cannabis stores cannot offer on-line or off-site sales.
Copies of the Health Canada Consumer Information brochure may be obtained: