You can travel with recreational cannabis anywhere within Canada. However, driving with cannabis in your system is illegal across all provinces and could lead to fines and potential jail time.
Driving from point A to B with your cannabis:
Recreational cannabis is prohibited in bus terminals or on board coach buses such as Greyhound. This is in the same manner that alcohol is prohibited. This applies to both carry-on or checked baggage.
Do not attempt to cross the Canada-U.S. border with cannabis in any form, even if you are traveling to a recreationally legalized U.S. state. If you do so, you can expect legal prosecution and fines, possible jail time, and a potential lifetime ban. It’s permitted to travel on domestic flights with the legal personal possession limits of 30g (or equivalent) for recreational consumers.
Medical cannabis patients can travel domestic flights with what is prescribed to them and visible on their appropriate documentation.
Cannabis impaired driving can result in injury or even death for you, your passengers and others.
Never get into a car with an impaired driver. It is not worth the risk.
Mixing cannabis with alcohol increases your level of impairment and leads to an even greater risk of an accident. As a result, there is no guidance to drivers about how much cannabis can be consumed before it is unsafe to drive or how long a driver should wait to drive after consuming cannabis.
Do not use cannabis and drive a motor vehicle.