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All purchases will be sent via Canada Post’s Xpresspost Service. With this service, most orders will arrive at your door in 2-3 business days. Please be advised that shipments to remote areas may take up to 5 business days. We offer a wide range of cannabis, edibles, concentrates and extracts that are readily delivered right to your front door.

Kingston, Canada is a city located in southeastern Ontario. Kingston is the county seat of Frontenac County. It is on the eastern end of Lake Ontario, at the beginning of the St. Lawrence River and at the mouth of the Cataraqui River ( southcentral portion of Eastern Ontario). The city is midway between Toronto, Ontario and Montreal, Quebec. The Thousand Islands region is nearby to the east. Kingston was founded by French colonists in 1673 as Fort Cataraqui, later renamed Fort Frontenac. The fort served as a hub for the fur trade and as a base for military operations against the English during the Seven Years’ War (1756-1763). The Canadian Forces Base Kingston and Royal Military College of Canada are located in the city. Kingston was the county seat of Frontenac County until 1998. Kingston is nicknamed the “Limestone City” because of its many heritage buildings constructed using local limestone. With a population of 117,207 (2016), it is the largest city in Eastern Ontario and the country’s 11th largest municipality by population. It is Canada’s oldest city, predating Montreal, Toronto and Ottawa by over a century. Located midway between Toronto, Ontario and Montreal, Quebec, the Thousand Islands region is nearby to the east. The Cataraqui River flows through the city with Lake Ontario at its west end and the St. Lawrence River beginning at its east end. Kingston lies at the eastern gateway to the Thousand Islands, a famous summertime tourist destination.

The city was founded by United Empire Loyalists in 1783, who named it after the governor of New York at that time, Sir Guy Carleton. It has been the capital of Canada’s provinces of Upper Canada and Ontario from 1784 until 1867, when most of its population relocated to Toronto which had become the new capital. The current mayor of Kingston is Bryan Paterson, who took office on December 3, 2018.

During the War of 1812, Kingston was an important base for supplies and troops in the conflict. The Battle of Kingston took place on October 13, 1812. A force of 500 Americans under Colonel John Chrystal attacked a group of about 1,000 British regulars, militia and Native allies under Major-General Isaac Brock. Chrystal was defeated, and the Americans withdrew. The British destroyed Fort Washington, which Chrystal had built on Point Frederick.

In 1813, the British burned down parts of Kingston in retaliation for American attacks on York (now Toronto) in Upper Canada. The fire spread quickly and caused widespread damage to the city’s buildings. It was one of the largest fires ever to occur in Canada.

Public Cannabis Consumption in Kingston, Canada

As of October 17, 2018, it is legal to consume cannabis recreationally in Canada. However, each province and territory has their own laws and regulations regarding where one can consume cannabis. In the province of Ontario, consumption of cannabis is only allowed in private residences. This means that public consumption, including consumption in parks, is not currently allowed.

The City of Kingston is currently working on developing a bylaw that would allow for the controlled consumption of cannabis in specific public spaces. Until this bylaw is enacted, public consumption of cannabis is not permitted anywhere in the city.

If you are caught consuming cannabis in public, you may be subject to a fine of up to $5,000. For more information on the penalties for public consumption of cannabis, please see the Ontario Cannabis Act.

The Attractions in Kingston, Canada

Joint together, the three islands that form Kingston, Canada are a spectacular place full of natural beauty and interesting history. The city is located in southeastern Ontario where the St. Lawrence River meets Lake Ontario. It’s just a short drive from Ottawa, Canada’s capital city.

Kingston is home to many different types of attractions, perfect for visitors of all ages and interests. Nature lovers can explore any of the numerous parks and conservation areas, including Frontenac Provincial Park, which offers camping, hiking, biking and cross-country skiing opportunities. History buffs can take a step back in time with a visit to one of Kingston’s many heritage sites and museums, such as the Fort Henry National Historic Site or the Pump House Steam Museum. For those who enjoy the performing arts, Kingston has several theaters and live music venues, such as The Grand Theater and The Ale House. And no visit to Kingston would be complete without taking a ride on the world-famous Kingston Penitentiary Tour.

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