Same-day weed delivery in Cambridge from the best cannabis dispensary near you:

Please be advised, the payment must be processed by our team in order to move it into the processing state for shipment the same day.

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8am-2am EST Sunday to Wednesday

8am-3am EST Thursday to Saturday

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How to Buy Weed in Cambridge with Mother Earth

To become a member of Mother Earth, you do not need a doctor’s prescription! We require age verification, usually with a drivers license to ensure you are at least 19 years old and a resident of Canada.

How to Sign Up with Mother Earth

Signing up is easy, just follow these 3 simple steps!

Click HERE to join our website (You must provide Government ID proving you are 19 years old or older to sign up)

You may get a verified age account for free when you use AgeVerify.

You’ll be able to buy anything on the website after your account is accepted!

The Best Online Dispensary in Canada

All purchases will be sent with Canada Post’s Xpresspost delivery. Using this method, the vast majority of orders will arrive at your home in 2-3 business days. Please keep in mind that distant locations may take up to 5 business days for deliveries to arrive. We deliver a variety of cannabis products right to your doorstep, including buds, edibles, concentrates and extracts from all across Canada.

Cambridge is a city located in southern Ontario at the confluence of the Grand River and Speed River in the Region of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. It was formed in 1973 by the merger of the Galt, Preston and Hespeler municipalities. The settlement of Blair, located north of Cambridge, wasn’t annexed until 1980. The city is adjacent to the townships of North Dumfries, Wilmot and Woolwich, and it completely surrounds the smaller cities of Ayr and Preston. Cambridge is about 100 km (62 mi) west of Toronto.

The site of Cambridge was selected as the County seat for Waterloo County in 1816. The first courthouse built there was destroyed by fire on 30 October 1824 and a second courthouse was built the following year. Much of Cambridge’s early growth occurred on the south side of the Grand River, which was easier to develop than its northern floodplain.

In 1846, Galt became the first incorporated municipality in Dumfries County. The town quickly became an industrial centre attracted many Irish immigrants who arrived in search of work in the rapidly growing textile mills. By 1851, the population of Galt was about 2,000. Preston and Hespeler soon developed along similar lines, with textile mills and several gristmills taking advantage of the power generated by the rivers.

Waterloo County was divided into four townships in 1850: North Dumfries, Waterloo, Woolwich and Wilmot. The town of Galt was incorporated as a city in 1915, amalgamating the townships of North Dumfries, Waterloo and Preston. In 1973, the City of Galt amalgamated with the Townships of Hespeler, Preston and Blair to form the new City of Cambridge.

Cannabis Smoking in Cambridge

Cannabis smoking is allowed in public places in Cambridge, as long as the person smoking is 19 years of age or older. There are some exceptions to this rule, such as in parks and on school grounds.

Cannabis use is also allowed in private residences, provided that the smoke does not bother neighbouring properties.

Cannabis Edibles in Cambridge

Cannabis edibles are not currently legal in Canada, but this is expected to change in the near future. Once edibles become legal, they will likely be subject to the same rules as smoking cannabis in public places.

The Attractions in Cambridge

There are a number of tourist attractions in Cambridge, including the Downtown Galt Historic District, the Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory, and the Cambridge Mill.

Downtown Galt Historic District is a National Historic Site of Canada that features a number of Victorian-era buildings. The district is also home to a variety of shops and restaurants.

The Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory is a tropical butterfly habitat that is open year-round. The conservatory is home to over 2,000 butterflies from around the world.

The Cambridge Mill is a restored 19th century gristmill that is now open as a museum. The mill features a variety of exhibits on the history of milling in Canada.

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