Dear Herb: Can I Give Away My Homegrown Cannabis Plants? Sharing Cannabis Plants is Legal in Canada, If You Follow a Few Key Rules

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Dear Herb: Can I give away my homegrown cannabis plants? Sharing cannabis plants is legal in Canada, if you follow a few key rules An immature cannabis plant can legally be given from one individual to another (except in Manitoba and Quebec). (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press files) MIKE DEAL / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Steven Stairs a local cannabis advocate in his home. Steven has a license to grow medical marijuana for himself.

Dear Herb: Can I legally sell or give away any of my allowed four weed plants? I live in Ontario. — Tired of Gardening

Dear Tired: Had enough of trying to grow your cannabis plants?

You cannot legally sell any of the four cannabis plants you’ve been growing, as the Cannabis Act restricts sales to entities with government licences. But you can absolutely give them away, as long as that giveaway meets a few important criteria.

First of all, both the giver and the recipient must be legally considered adults in order to possess the cannabis plants in the first place. In Ontario, that means everyone involved has to be at least 19 years old.

Secondly, the cannabis itself must be of legal origin. Practically speaking, that means one of three things:

Thirdly, you must give the plants away for free. You can’t accept money in exchange, nor should you trade or barter. (A hug or a high-five would be fine, though.) Also, it would be perfectly legal for you to give the plant to a friend, and then later receive a separate gift of up to 30 grams of the crop.

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