FAQ

When will my BC delivery order arrive?

All orders in BC are delivered within 2 hours (or less) from time of ordering.

When will my Ontario delivery order arrive?

Orders go out at 6pm EST and will be delivered anytime between 6-10pm EST. Make sure you’re at home and have your ID ready!

Can I order delivery in Ontario?

We are able to offer same-day delivery and curbside pick-up at locations that are classified in the grey and red COVID-19 zones. Simply select your preferred option upon checkout. There is a $25 minimum on all delivery orders.

Orders go out at 6pm EST and are delivered anytime between 6-10pm EST. Make sure you’re home and have your ID ready!

Can I consume cannabis in public?

Laws vary by province and municipality. Here’s a handy guide to help you understand cannabis consumption laws by region, but be sure to check your city or town’s government website for specific bylaws.

How much cannabis can I grow at home?

Under federal law, you’ll be allowed to cultivate up to 4 plants in your own residence, equaling 4 plants total per household. Some provinces may restrict whether or how you may grow at home. If you rent or live in a condo, you may also be subject to restrictions imposed by your landlord or condo by-laws.

How much cannabis can I legally possess at one time?

You are allowed to possess up to 30 grams of dried legal cannabis or equivalent in public.

How do I apply for a career with Fire & Flower?

Head over to our Career page for current job listings. If you find a position that’s a great fit for you, submit your cover letter and resume through our career portal.

What cannabis products are available for purchase?

The product formats currently available for purchase include: dried flower, milled flower, pre-rolled joints, vape cartridges and disposable vapes, edibles, beverages, concentrates, oils, sprays and capsules. 

 

How do you consume legal cannabis products?

After purchasing legal cannabis products, you can consume them by:

  • Smoking: Joints, pipes and bongs
  • Vapourizing: Breathing in dried or concentrated cannabis through a vaping device
  • Drinking or eating: Store bought or homemade edibles made from cannabis oil or dried cannabis
  • Ingesting: Capsules containing cannabis oil

What are cannabinoids?

Molecular yet mighty, cannabinoids are chemical compounds that stimulate the CB1 receptor in the brain, resulting in a spectrum of benefits and effects. Here, we’ll focus on the most common: THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (cannabidiol).

THC-dominant

Choosing a strain that’s THC-dominant will give you the intoxicating “high” that’s commonly paraded in pop culture. The psychoactive effect is balanced and damped by the level of CBD in the strain.

  • Alters consciousness and perspectives
  • Produces feelings of euphoria

CBD-dominant

Choosing a strain that’s CBD-dominant will give you a grounded “body” experience. This cannabinoid is non-psychoactive, making it desirable to those with THC sensitivities.

  • Little to no psychoactive effects

THC/CBD balanced

Choosing a strain with a balance of THC and CBD will harmonize the overall effects of each cannabinoid. CBD cushions the CB1 adaptor in the brain, softening the psychoactive effects of THC.