An annual survey from Health Canada shows 73 percent of respondents are buying their cannabis from legal sources.

That number compares with 37 percent in 2019, the year after Canada first legalized cannabis. Almost 70 percent were using legal sources in 2022.

In addition to more Canadians buying cannabis from a legal source, the survey also found the most purchased kinds of pot were dried flower or leaves, edible cannabis, and vape pens or cartridges.

People who used cannabis in the 12 months leading up to the survey said they typically spend close to $63 on cannabis each month, a drop from $73 in 2018.

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