The legalization of weed has already happened so now you can buy weed online Toronto. The question remains, where do you get it? Toronto may have dispensaries in the city but not everyone is close to them or maybe they’re not comfortable walking into one themselves. With the police raids on dispensaries in the city people are concerned their personal info located at these dispensaries may land them in legal trouble. Luckily there are other options and you can buy weed online in Toronto, Montreal or anywhere in Canada with the help of online dispensaries.
This is where GetWhitePalm.com comes in.
White Palm is your best access to acheter de l'herbe en ligne, with some of the best growers and extract artists in Canada just a click away, there’s no need to even leave your house! We deliver discreetly right to your doorstep so you can enjoy the many benefits Cannabis has to offer in the privacy of your own home.
Is quality customer service available when you buy marijuana online in Canada?
YES! Don’t settle for less. You hear so many horror stories on Reddit about weed stores scamming people, not sending product, sending bait and switch product, or simply just not communicating with customers. At WhitePalm we will always reply to you. Please don’t thank us for that. It is our duty and job. It is our responsibility to give you A++++ customer service.
This is what you can expect from WhitePalm when you buy weed online Toronto:
1. Livechat available on the site from 9 AM until 6 PM EST
2. Email response within 24-48 hours
3. A notification email when you sign up, place an order, payment is received, and a final tracking number email to notify shipping with Canada Post Xpresspost
And of course, when it comes to products and BC BUD – you can expect only the best that Canada has to offer. Like the most reviewed flower on any legacy site or government site: the famous Greasy Pink Bubba by South Coast.
The History of Weed in Canada
The first restrictions or the start of prohibition of Weed in Canada started in 1908. It was bundled in with Opium and banned in the Opium Act of 1908. Canada, under pressure to follow suit with its Allies to ban all forms of illicit drugs did so in 1911 where it carried a fine and jail time for possession. This remained the case with stiffer fines and penalties added every decade or so until 2001. Canada passed The Regulation on access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes in July of 2001 which allowed Canadian citizens to obtain access to marijuana with a prescription from a medical practitioner. As of 2015 the Canadian Government announced its support for the regulation and legalization of Cannabis and in April of 2017 tabled a bill that aims to have Marijuana legal for limited recreational use in July of 2018.