Please feel free review our list of accepted conditions here before applying.
Please call the VCBC at (250) 381-4220 or email us at email@example.com to book an appointment to become a member. At this time we are booking appointments on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays between 10 am and 7pm.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the following documents to become a member:
- A copy of your photo ID
- Your proof of condition or recommendation
- VCBC member application form (print off form here or collect one at the club).
You can print these documents and take photos of them filled out and email them to the club. Alternatively, you can mail physical documents to our store as well.
826 Johnson St
The sign up process takes approximately 15 minutes. If you would like an in depth orientation to cannabis, we are more than happy to take as long as required to ensure your comfort and confidence. We ask that you call in advance to make an appointment if possible however, we will always make every effort to accommodate your needs.
Give us a call at 250-381-4220 or email us at email@example.com to arrange a phone orientation or to ask any questions you may have regarding the sign up process.
If you prefer, you can fill out our French application here:
The VCBC’s primary mandate is to provide its membership with safe access to medicinal cannabis and cannabis related products.
Membership at the VCBC requires a physician’s diagnosis of a permanent physical disease, condition or disability.
Some examples of the conditions we accept but are not limited to:
- Auto-immune diseases
- Chronic pain & Neuropathy
- Brain injury
- Restless leg syndrome
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Opiate Addiction*
*A prescription or receipt for Methadone, Methadose or Suboxone is all that is needed, as opposed to a doctors note.
Basically, if you have any chronic condition and have a doctors note that states you have this condition, we would happily welcome you if you would like to join our club!
- Many people who suffer from various mental health conditions can greatly benefit from cannabis and we at the VCBC recognize this. To make sure that we do not interfere with any doctor supervised treatment, we require a recommendation to use cannabis specifically