Frequently Asked Questions

We've compiled the most frequently asked questions about cannabis on thevaultcannabis.ca right here to make your journey as easy as possible. Are you looking for answers about the effects of cannabis, its properties, or the biggest mistakes that people make with cannabis? Use the answers below to browse through pages on recreational cannabis, types of cannabis products, myths, correlations, and much more.
What is The Vault Cannabis Canada?

The Vault Cannabis Canada is the most legendary cannabis store in the country located on Main Street R0C 0E0 Ashern, MB Canada. But The Vault Cannabis Canada is more than just a store; we are a collective dedicated to elevating the culture and being legendary.

What are the requirements to purchase at The Vault Cannabis Canada?

You must provide government-issued ID proof that you are 19 years or older to enter The Vault Cannabis Canada and to purchase cannabis products. No membership or sign-up is required. Please ensure all identification documents are valid and not expired.

When is The Vault Cannabis Canada open?

We are open 10AM-7PM, 365 days a year. Every single day of the year we are here to serve your cannabis needs. We are open regular hours every holiday including Christmas and New Years.

What types of products does The Vault Cannabis Canada offer?

We carry the best selection of products in the city. Flower, dabbable concentrates, traditional hashish, pre-rolled joints, edibles, beverages, capsules, oils, disposable vape pens, vape pen cartridges, PAX Era cartridges, CBD-dominant products, topicals, bath bombs and more.

How can I safely dispose cannabis?

To help protect others, especially children or youth, Health Canada suggests that you make cannabis unfit for consumption prior to disposing it. One method of disposing cannabis is to blend the cannabis with water and mix it with cat litter, to mask the odour, and then place it in your regular household garbage.

How do I order cannabis for delivery?

The Vault Cannabis Canada offers free home delivery. Click “Order Cannabis Online” or “Shop Now” on our home page to browse our menu of cannabis products. Fill up your cart, enter your contact information and address, pay and check-out. Our The Vault Cannabis Canada Express delivery driver will be at your designation within 2 hours guaranteed. Have your credit card and identification ready. The Vault Cannabis Canada Express services the entire Greater Vancouver area. You can also choose to reserve products to be picked up in-store through the same menu.

How do I contact The Vault Cannabis Canada?

Please contact us at info@thevaultcannabis.ca with any questions or inquiries. For customers of our 20 Main Street R0C 0E0 Ashern, MB Canada location, call us at 204 768 3600.

Can I give cannabis to a minor in my home?

No. According to the Cannabis Act, even parents or guardians can face significant legal consequences for distributing cannabis to a minor, including up to a 14-year prison penalty. The rules and penalties for distributing cannabis to minors are different than those set for alcohol distribution to minors.

How can I reduce the risks of consuming cannabis?

Cannabis use has health risks that are best avoided by not using it. However, there are steps that can be taken that will reduce the health risks associated with use:

  • Delay cannabis use until later in life (after the age of 25)
  • Avoid using synthetic cannabis (e.g., K2, Spice) 
  • Avoid use of cannabis before operating a vehicle, and wait at least six hours after using cannabis before operating a vehicle
  • Avoid mixing cannabis with alcohol or tobacco
  • Avoid smoking cannabis
  • Limit and reduce how often you use cannabis
Can I use cannabis while pregnant or breastfeeding?

There is no known safe amount of cannabis to use during pregnancy or when breastfeeding. Cannabis use during pregnancy has been linked to low birth weight, and can harm a child’s brain development. Pregnant and breastfeeding women should not consume cannabis, as it could harm the fetus or baby.

Does cannabis consumption lead to other drug use?

There is limited evidence that suggests cannabis use is likely to precede the use of other legal and illicit substances and the development of addiction to other substances. The majority of people who consume cannabis do not go on to use other harder substances, such as stimulants or opioids.

Is it unhealthy to inhale cannabis smoke?

Inhaling smoke of any kind can lead to lung damage and respiratory problems. Certain smoking practices such as deep-inhalation or holding one’s breath increases these risks. It is known that cannabis smoke contains chemicals and tar that are similar to tobacco smoke.

Is it possible to overdose on cannabis?

Consuming too much cannabis can result in significantly unpleasant effects, but they should be experienced temporarily. There is no documented case of death resulting from a toxic overdose of cannabis.

Are there programs to help me if I think I’ve become addicted?

If you feel you have developed a cannabis-use disorder or addiction, help is available. Click here.

Why shouldn’t alcohol be consumed with cannabis?

Combining cannabis and alcohol can elevate the felt effects and lead to extreme intoxication, dizziness and nausea. Combining cannabis with alcohol can also increase the risk of vulnerable people experiencing psychotic symptoms. Combining the two further lowers concentration and reaction times.

Why shouldn’t tobacco be consumed with cannabis?

Tobacco is harmful on its own, and the co-use of tobacco and cannabis has been associated with developing a dependence on either substance, negative mental health outcomes, engagement in other risk-taking behaviours, and increased difficulty stopping cannabis use. There is some evidence that suggests combining tobacco with cannabis can lead to smoking initiation as well. In addition, using both substances may also lead to increased health risks compared to using just one or the other, such as the impact on the respiratory system.

Can I drive while or after using cannabis?

No. Consuming cannabis can significantly impair your ability to drive safely. Cannabis consumption affects critical driving skills, for example, causing drowsiness, slowing reaction time and impairing your ability to respond to multiple things at once. 

Impaired driving is also illegal — in Canada, it’s a criminal offence with serious consequences, including possible jail time. 

The effects of cannabis can last up to 24 hours, depending on individual factors such as your age and genetic makeup, the method of consumption and the potency of the cannabis product. But unlike alcohol, there’s no scientific evidence to suggest a limit that’s safe for driving or a how long a driver should wait to drive after consuming cannabis. 

Learn more about how cannabis consumption affects drivers



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