Frequently Asked Questions

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    Cannabis and cannabis Product related

    Cannabis Law and Order

    Its legal to travel throughout Canada with your cannabis as long as it is contained in the original sealed packaged that it was purchased in. It is not legal to leave the country or to cross any international borders with Cannabis in tow. Better safe than sorry and leave your Cannabis at home. Remember to check the website to get the most current iteration of the regulations.


    Yes! Recent changes to the Cannabis Retail regulations allow for us to deliver. Simply visit our on line menu and select delivery upon check out. Note: an even more recent update allows us to offer Mail Order within BC. This is an exciting opportunity for us to reach more of the people who care about Quality Cannabis!


    Yes! Recent regulatory changes have made Cannabis Mail Order a legal option. Now while shopping from the comfort of your own home on our Click and Collect menu you can choose from 4 options:

    1. You can  pre pay for your order and stop by the shop to pick up.
    2. You can simply place an order and then both pay and pick up at the shop.
    3. You can choose local delivery and receive your order same day for orders placed by noon.
    4. You can choose to receive your order via Canada Post and receive your order with in 2 business days.

    This is a tough one. Many people have been consuming cannabis responsibly for years and  are confident in their ability to maintain full functionality after consuming. The challenge lies within establishing a level of cannabinoid detection that is a reasonable indicator for intoxication and thus impairment.  This is a case of better safe than sorry and its another area of policy where we at the Village Bloomery are advocating for clarity.


    BC has legislated that children- no matter what age- are not allowed in Cannabis retail shops. We are looking at ways to support parents to get fair access so this is an issue we are working on both in terms of government relations as well as internal policy options.

    You might. It depends on your landlord. We encourage you to approach this with kid gloves…which just means carefully! We wrote a little blog that could act as a guide for such a situation.

    Village Bloomery co-founders Jeremy Jacob and Andrea Dobbs are both advocates for medical access via the Association of Canadian Cannabis Retailers (ACCRES)  as well as through Canadian Women In Cannabis (CWIC)

    For more detail please check out the news category in our blog section.


    In BC the rules that apply to cigarette smoking apply to smoking cannabis. If you own your own detached home you can consume any time you like. That said if you are a renter you will have to get approval from your landlord to consume or if you live in a townhouse or condo you will have to heed the bylaws of your strata. BC has a long history of a relaxed attitude around cannabis consumption so it’s unclear how much energy bylaw officers and the police department are going to dedicate to enforcing these laws but it’s better  safe than sorry.! We recommend that you engage your strata and landlords in an open discussion to help educate and inform those who have fears and concerns. Many people do not know that vaporizers are a good alternative to smoking dried flowers indoors as the odor is greatly reduced as is the risk of fire.


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    Cannabis Wellness

    Prior to October 17th there were many CBD pet products available on the market. We are not sure what the future of CBD for pets is and we’ve not go much experience with THC for pets so encourage you to talk to your vet to get more information on that. We’ve had so many people asking about this that we wrote a blog to help you along the way. “How to talk to your vet about Cannabis”.

    All of our staff are able to support you to make an informed decision and to make a purchase that you feel good about. If you are looking for a health practitioner to support you with Cannabis as medicine you will need to speak to your doctor or contact one of the Health Canada approved Medical producers as we are not equipped to make any medical recommendations.


    Yes, There are lots of ways to consume cannabis including topical absorption, vaporization, ingestion and beyond.

    1. Topical absorbtion presents the lowest opportunity to experience euphoria -what others call the “high”- and there are studies that are ongoing on what the benefits of topical creams and oils might offer a consumer. State legal topical products have been on the US market for quite a while and they are very popular. Topical products are becoming more and more available in the Canadian regulated market so do take a look at our online menu to explore the options.
    2. Vaporization acts much like smoking in terms of the euphoria you might experience however there are a few marked differences. We’d be happy to paraphrase Green Flower but they’ve done such a good job at breaking it down and we’d hate to butcher their work. Here is how Green Flower breaks it down.
    3. Ingestion can be achieved either through a tincture or through an edible source. Ingestion simply means that you access the cannabinoids through swallowing and thus absorbing. The challenge with ingestion is that it can take a while to figure out the amount that best serves you. Tinctures can be really good because you can start with one single drop at a time where as edible goods are more challenging. If you are going to explore with edible goods you can rest assured that regulated edible products  have accurate potency information and are designed for people with lower THC tolerances.  Eating cannabis infused products is not dangerous generally speaking but it can be terribly uncomfortable if you’ve over consumed. Trust us on this one. Beverages, chocolates, mints and gummies are all in high demand as many people are looking at either reducing the amount that they smoke or just looking to integrate more modes of consumption.
    4. Beyond-that’s where innovation comes into play. Suppositories, inhalers, cosmetics and bath products are all in the works. There is no shortage of creativity in the Cannabis space…give it a little time and move forward with intention. We want all of your cannabis experiences to be good experiences.

    While there are lots of studies on CBD there aren’t any peer reviewed medical studies on the effects of CBD and the fetus. This is one of those questions that will need to go to your health care providers. If you are looking for more information on CBD you might want to consider the book the  ABC’s of CBD so that you can present your interest in CBD to your practitioner from an informed perspective. Note: it is really important to us that we work to empower physicians with knowledge so that that scientific community can take the reins so we encourage you to approach your doctor with the intention to open up a dialogue. You can also find support in and around cannabis consumption during and after pregnancy through publications such as Today’s Parent.

    Yes! We are still committed to wellness and supporting people to live their best lives. If you are a medical consumer and we carry what it is you are looking for you are more than welcome. Its important to know that with the Governments mail order medical program there may be incentives that benefit you as a medical consumer such as insurance coverage and or compassionate pricing. As a recreational shop we are not able to support those incentives nor are we able to discuss your wellness plans with you in any detail. That said we are always up for a good chat about feeling good!