Dried cannabis, cannabis oil and fresh cannabis are currently the only categories of cannabis that can be sold at retail level, excluding edible products and concentrated cannabis for the upcoming year.
In Quebec, only the "Société québécoise du cannabis" (SQDC) is allowed to sell cannabis at retail level. Note that an authorized producer can of course sell cannabis to the SQDC, but also to another authorized producer.
In the case of cannabis accessories, that is, anything that is represented to be used in the consumption or production of cannabis, these can be sold by a business operator other than the SQDC, provided that it is done in compliance with all of the requirements regarding the retail sale of tobacco accessories under the Tobacco Control Act.
Note that the use, on a facility, a vehicle, a poster or an object that is not cannabis (which therefore includes the sale of any such item on which this use appears) of a name, logo, distinctive sign, design, image or slogan that is not directly associated with cannabis, the SQDC or a brand or a cannabis producer, but which could induce such link, be it directly or indirectly, is prohibited. This prohibition therefore applies, for example, to the famous t-shirts bearing a cannabis leaf.