Frequently Asked Questions
What is the legal age to buy, possess, or use cannabis?
- You must be 19 years or older to buy or consume cannabis in Manitoba. Following consultations with Manitobans, the Manitoba government set a legal age of 19 for the use, purchase and possession of non-medical cannabis.
- No minors are allowed in our retail store locations as per the law governing minors. Customers will be asked to produce Government I.D. upon request prior to serving you if legal age is suspect.
- Due to use selling cannbis products you must be 19 years or older to enter our store. We over curbside pickup for customers who are not buying cannabis products that are 18 years or older.
Can I pay via Visa, Mastercard, e-transfer or Visa Debit?
- Yes, Morden Cannabis accepts all major credit cards.
- You can also order online and pick up in store with Government I.D. or have it mailed out to you. Canada Post will require you to produce Government ID for proof of age before giving you the package
What happens if I buy E-Liquid and don't like it:
- We have a full testing station for you to try our e-liquids prior to purchasing; however, if you make an error in your selection-we will give you 20% OFF a new bottle if there is 75% of the original bottle unconsumed. Just bring it back and make a new selection.
Can I call to discuss a problem with my current device even if I haven't purchased it at your store?
Our staff are ambassadors of the cannabis community and are happy to provide you with technical help or recommend you to a manufacturer's site for further instructions.
- Our Google Reviews clearly state that our staff have offered many helpful tips to vape users and beginners. We provide instore lessons on proper use and cleaning.
- Our staff promote battery safety and are available to inspect your device and show you proper battery safety on your current device-no matter where you bought it from
Is cannabidiol (CBD) the same thing as marijuana?
- Marijuana is different from cannabidiol (CBD). Marijuana refers to the dried flowers, leaves, stems, and seeds of the cannabis plant. CBD is one of the many compounds, along with THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), that can be present in the cannabis plant. CBD does not cause a “high” by itself. CBD can be derived from hemp, which is defined as any part of a cannabis sativa plant with no more than 0.3% of THC, or non-hemp plants.