Yes, customers are required to have an account.  this will also help you track your orders and history.

Select Login / Register in the very top navigation bar. Follow the steps to complete the registration process and login to your account.

Our collection, use, disclosure, and stored information of personal information complies with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FOIPPA) and other applicable legislation.

At sign in, click the “Forgot Password” link and follow the prompts.

When logged into the website, highlight the “My Account” link in the top navigation bar and select “Orders” from the drop-down menu to view all orders associated with your account.  If you havn’t completed any orders, you will not see any orders listed.


In-store, please speak with one of our trained cannabis consultants. Alternatively, send us an email at: [email protected]

We are committed to educating our customers about the products on our shelves. Customers can read our in-store panels on the walls or follow our Facebook and Instagram pages for more information on products.

This website is compatible with the two most recent versions of Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari, Microsoft Edge, Opera, Apple Safari for iOS, and Google Chrome for Android.

Health & Safety

There are many short-term and long-term effects from using cannabis including physical dependency and cannabis use disorder that may result from frequent use.

If you have any health issues after using cannabis, you should consult your healthcare provider.

Overuse of cannabis may lead to many short-term and long-term health effects, including psychotic episodes characterized by paranoia, delusions, or hallucinations.

Continued, frequent use can lead to a physical dependency and cannabis use disorder. You may be at a higher risk if you have a family history of mental illness or other types of mental disorders. If you or someone you know is worried about cannabis use, consult your doctor.

THC and CBD can be passed to a fetus or newborn through blood or breast milk. Cannabis use during pregnancy has been linked to lower birth weights and developmental effects in newborns. Since there is no known safe amount of cannabis to use during pregnancy or breastfeeding, the safest approach is to not use cannabis.

Combining cannabis with other medications can increase the overall effects. This could increase the risk of injury or harm, particularly with activities like driving. For more information on the interactions between cannabis and medications, consult your healthcare provider.

Legal & Limits

In British Columbia, the legal minimum age to purchase and use cannabis is 19. It is illegal to purchase cannabis for anyone under the age of 19.

You may purchase up to 30 grams of dried cannabis or the equivalent in extracts, seeds, edibles, or topicals.

The 30 gram possession limit in the Cannabis Act is based on dried cannabis. Equivalents were developed for other cannabis products to identify what their possession limit would be. One (1) gram of dried cannabis is equal to:

  • 5 grams of fresh cannabis
  • 15 grams of edible product
  • 70 grams of liquid product
  • 0.25 grams of concentrates (solid or liquid)
  • 1 cannabis plant seed

According to the federal Cannabis Act, an individual may possess, in a public place, cannabis of one or more classes (dried flower, pre-rolls, extracts, seeds, edibles, or topicals) equivalent to 30 grams of dried cannabis. There is a possession limit of 1000 grams or equivalent in a private place.

Cannabis may be used in private. It can be smoked or vaped in public in the same places where tobacco can be smoked or vaped, except in places where children commonly gather. Check your local smoking bylaws to be sure.

You must show two pieces of ID, one of which must be issued by a government agency and include your name, birth date, and picture. The second must include an imprint of your name, signature and/or picture.

You may not consume any cannabis products in any vehicles, whether they are moving or parked. It’s illegal to transport cannabis across the Canadian border. Cannabis laws are different between provinces and territories. This includes legal age, where you can smoke, consume, and buy cannabis. Make sure to learn the laws before you travel.

The federal government has legalized cannabis in order to strictly regulate and restrict access to cannabis in Canada. The Cannabis Act implements a new comprehensive public health approach that will be more effective in protecting youth and keeping profits out of the pockets of criminals and organized crime.

No, you may not bring anyone under the age of 19 into BC Cannabis Stores.

The Cannabis Act created two new criminal offences, with maximum penalties of 14 years in jail for giving or selling cannabis to minors, or using a minor to commit a cannabis-related offence.


Use our intuitive platform to select your preferred products. Then navigate to the shopping cart to pay for your purchase.

No. Shipping will be calculated based on Weight and Size of your overall order.

You can edit your order any time before payment. If you want to edit your order after payment, you must contact us at: [email protected]

To request an order cancellation you must contact us at [email protected] We may or may not be able to cancel an order depending on the status of fulfillment. If the order is not cancellable, it will be shipped as ordered and you will be charged accordingly.

Your purchase will appear as ‘ReaLeaf’ on your credit card statement.


Payment can be made via credit cards including Visa, prepaid Visa, Visa Debit, Mastercard, prepaid Mastercard, Debit Mastercard, and American Express.

Credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, American Express), debit cards and cash are accepted at all stores.

Yes, Debit can be used in-store and online.

No, PayPal is not currently available as a payment method.

No, Apple Pay is not currently available as a payment method.

No, payment must be paid at the time of ordering.

No. Taxes are not charged on any purchases.


We offer dried cannabis flower, pre-rolls, edibles (gummies, brownies, cookies, hard candies), extracts (both ingestible – (oils), and inhalable – (vape tips, shatter, live resin, hash, distillate, full spectrum oil)), topicals (body rub, bath products, essential oil rollers), and cannabis accessories (vape pens).

All cannabis products undergo laboratory testing at third party licensed testing facilities as per Health Canada safety standards. Approved non-medical cannabis products will be safely transported to ReaLeaf warehouse by appropriately regulated transport agents before they are distributed to our retail stores.

All cannabis flower is cured or dried to ideal levels before it is sold to customers. Products are kept in sealed packaging until purchased and efforts are made to maintain freshness at all times.

Strains are different varieties of cannabis that each come with their own unique array of cannabinoids and terpenes. Different strains may result in a different experience, depending on a number of factors.

Generally known by its Latin name, Cannabis sativa, cannabis has historically been thought of as consisting of at least two types, Indica and Sativa, which are believed to differ in terms of places of origin, height, and leaf shape. Most strains today are hybrids, a genetic cross between Indica and Sativa plants.

Cannabis contains hundreds of chemical substances. More than 100 of these are known as cannabinoids, including tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD), that are made and stored in the plant’s trichomes.

Terpenes are chemicals made and stored in the trichomes of the cannabis plant, with the cannabinoids. Terpenes give cannabis its distinctive smell. The exact effects of terpenes on their own, and within cannabis are currently unknown.

Total cannabinoids in a particular strain can differ slightly from one batch to the next, depending on a number of factors. It’s important to remember that cannabis is a plant and it is common for some variability to occur.

Each product label will include the total amounts of THC and/or CBD that is that product.

THC potency in dried cannabis has increased from an average of 30mg/g (3%) in the 1980s to around 150mg/g (15%) today. Some strains can have an average as high as 300mg/g (30%) THC.

Yes, other ways to use cannabis include cannabis oil products, including sublingual oils (placed under the tongue), topicals, and edibles (including gummies, hard candies, and baked goods).

In its sealed original packaging, cannabis products should not result in an odour. Once opened or transferred to another container, consumers may find that their products have an aroma.

Store your cannabis in a sealed container in a cool dark place, in a locked, child-proof container away from children, teens, and pets.

Under revised regulations from Health Canada, new categories must display the potency/concentration in milligrams per gram (mg/g) or total quantity in milligrams (mg), depending on the class of cannabis and immediate container.

Edible bags are recyclable in your regular recycling bin. You may bring other containers back to any retail store to be recycled.

Returns & Refunds

A product can only be returned if it’s defective, shipped in error, or recalled.

No, with the exception of recalled or defective product. For those products shipped in error, only unopened products that have no signs of visible tampering may be returned with a receipt.

Products are considered “defective” and may be eligible for a refund if they are expired, mouldy, or damaged in transit. Please contact us if you have concerns about your delivered product: [email protected]

All sales are considered final sale with the exception of the following three conditions:

  • Defective products (expired, mouldy, damaged in transit)
  • Products shipped in error (incorrect product shipped, over/under shipment, product not received)
  • Recalled products
  • If a product has been found to be defective, shipped in error, or recalled, you may be eligible for a refund.

Connect with us by sending us an email at [email protected] to request a return and provide the following information:

  1. Reason for return
  2. Order number
  3. Product description
  4. Photo of the product

Please note: returns are not final until they have been received, and evaluated by our warehouse team. If the return is deemed ineligible, the shipping fee will not be refunded and the item(s) will not be returned or refunded.

Cannabis products may only be returned if they are defective, shipped in error, or recalled. With the exception of recalls, returns must be requested within 15 days of the delivery date.

Upon receipt at the warehouse, products are assessed for refund eligibility. If deemed eligible, returns will be processed the following business day.

A refund will be made to the original method of payment.

If your product (accessory) is considered saleable and has not been tampered with, it may be restocked. All other returns (cannabis) will be safely destroyed.



Currently, we offer expedited shipping via Canada Post.

Shipping rates are calculated at checkout via the Canada Post Shipping Calculator built in to the website.

Most orders will be delivered within 3-5 business days.

Please note that any orders placed over the weekend will not leave for delivery until Monday, due to Canada Post pick-up schedules.

If home delivery is not possible then Canada Post will leave instructions about how to retrieve your order from a secure location.

You may have your purchase delivered to a PO box. Canada Post will leave a slip notifying you to pick up your delivery at a post office or nearest depot.

Products are packaged in a secure environment and are kept sealed throughout the distribution and sales process.

Yes, packaging is not branded in any way on the outside of the package.


You will be greeted at the entrance and asked to verify your age by presenting two pieces of ID. Once you step further inside our warm and welcoming store, you will be greeted by trained cannabis consultants who are on-hand to help you find your way and answer any questions you may have.

Yes, bud bar displays will be available to give customers the opportunity to view the dried flower and smell aromas as part of the purchasing experience.

No, only cannabis consultants are permitted to handle the dried flower products to preserve the fresh quality of the cannabis.

No, but all store products are available for purchase via the website.

Visit our website to see if it is in stock online. All products featured in store are available for purchase via the website.

Please check our Locations page.