Pot lovers rejoice! If edibles are your go-to and your favourite way to consume cannabis we've got good news for you. Canada edibles legalization is finally happening. But you might have to wait a while to actually buy the products.\nOn October 17, exactly one year after cannabis was legalized, the production and sale of cannabis edibles along with other cannabis products will finally be legal in Canada.\n"The amended regulations under the Cannabis Act will support our overarching goal of keeping cannabis out of the hands of youth and protecting Canadians by helping to mitigate the health risks posed by these new cannabis products," said Ginette Petitpas Taylor, Minister of Health, in a news release when the legalization regulations were finalized in June.\nEdibles are just that, edible weed. Specifically, food that is infused with cannabis is considered to be an edible. That can range from popular products like chocolate bars and cookies to gummies to butter.\nCannabis legalization back in 2018 was celebrated with clouds of smoke across the country and now Canadians can celebrate new products being added to that legalization.\nView this post on Instagram Donatello, Leonardo, Michaelangelo and Raphael seriously have nothing on these turtles.... yep we went there. They come in bags of 140mg and 500mg and the flavours are to many to name. Who doesn’t love options right?! A post shared by Edibles.inc (@edibles.canada) on Sep 30, 2019 at 11:41am PDT\nEven though legalization was done nationally by the federal government, provincial governments still have the ability to further regulate cannabis products.\nSo, depending on where you live in Canada, you can purchase edibles and other newly legalized cannabis products at licensed cannabis retail stores, Crown companies, and online.\nCannabis edibles won't be available in Quebec even after legalization on October 17 with the exception of some products like edible oils and butter that don't appeal to children like chocolate and gummies do.\nView this post on Instagram ~•●CANNABLISS BELGIAN DARK CHOCOLATES●•~ •Gluten Free •Dairy Free •Sugar free •Handmade w. Raw Cacao Powder, THC infused Coconut Oil, and sweetened w. Agave & Farm Fresh Honey. •All Ingredients are Certified Organic. •Each Chocolate Contains 50mg of THC CANNABIS RATIO: •70% AAAA Sativa ~ Gorilla Glue •30% AAAA Indica ~ Platinum Girl Scout Cookies #gourmetincredibles #gourmetedibles #EDIBLES #TORONTOEDIBLES #MARIJUANA #CANNABIS #TORONTODISPENSARIES #EDIBLESCANADA #INFUSEDDESSERTS #TORONTOWEED #TORONTOCANNABIS A post shared by Emily Elizabeth (@3mily.3lizabeth) on Jul 8, 2019 at 8:08pm PDT\nWhen cannabis was legalized back in 2018, the law didn't include edible products and concentrates. It was focused on dried or fresh cannabis and cannabis oils.\nNow, the production and sale of edible cannabis, cannabis extracts, and cannabis topicals will be legal, too.\nBut don't expect to find edibles at legal stores on October 17 or even soon after that. Cannabis producers have to notify Health Canada of their plans to sell these new products 60 days in advance.\nNew product applications will start being accepted on the day of legalization.\nSo it could take until December for products to be available in stores for Canadians to purchase legally.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.