As Canada’s cannabis market explodes on day one of legalization, grams, ounces, oils, and seeds are finally reaching the mainstream public. How much should you expect to spend on the average gram?

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Check out our guide to Canadian cannabis price, and ready your pocketbooks for a whole new world of elevation. Paid something different? Let us know your exact price point in a comment below or tweet us @Leafly.

Alberta

Average price per gram: $7–$8

 

Alberta’s online store, albertacannabis.org, is listing cannabis prices at $10.79 per gram while eighths are clocking in at $34.96–$48.99

Manitoba

Average price per gram: $6–$7 

Tokyo Smoke in Winnipeg is posting price points on cannabis grams ranging from $9–$16. 

Newfoundland and Labrador

Average price per gram: $7–$8

St. John’s in Newfoundland had cannabis shops displaying $10.99 grams on their menus with pre-rolls pulling in $13.21 for 2-packs.

Ontario

Average price per gram: $7–$8

The Ontario Online Store was selling $7.95–$9.75 per gram, with pre-rolls ranging from $10.35–$12.35 tax included.

Quebec

Average price per gram: $6–$7 

To remain competitive against Canada’s current black market, the New York Times reported that Quebec shops plan to sell cannabis at around $7 or less per gram.

Saskatchewan

Average price per gram: $8—$9

Various sources are positing different price points on Saskatchewan cannabis. Jimmy’s Cannabis in Saskatoon offered $90 on 7 grams for one customer (above). Meanwhile, at Eden in Edenwold, reports of $18.99 grams are unfolding and retailer Fire and Flower has listed their cannabis at $13-$16 per gram.

Yukon

Average price per gram: $9–$10

Yukon’s lone cannabis store in Whitehorse is run by the Yukon Liqour Corporation. Prices of cannabis vary from $6–$20 per gram depending on the value and “premium” standard of the weed sold.