How do Reward Points work and how to redeem them?
  • You earn Reward Points whenever you place an order.
  • For every $1 you spend, you’ll earn 5 Reward Points.
  • You will receive a bonus of 1500 Reward Points for your first completed order.
  • When you reach 3000 Reward Points, you can redeem a $30 off coupon that can be applied to any purchase.

How do I place an order?

You can complete your order through this website, or by calling or texting (647) 696-6798 to place your order. A representative will confirm your order. We are open Monday to Sunday between the hours of 11AM – 8:30PM. Online orders are 24 hours.

Which areas do you delivery to? Do you do mailing to the rest of Canada?

We currently deliver directly to your house in:

  • Aurora
  • Bradford
  • Etobicoke
  • Keswick
  • Markham
  • Mississauga
  • Newmarket
  • Nobleton
  • North York
  • Richmond Hill
  • Scarborough
  • Stouffville
  • Toronto

We will continue to expand as business expands so check back to see if your delivery areas is included.

If you are outside our local delivery zones, we do mailing as well! Call us at 647-696-6798 or email us at info@villagegreens.ca, or simply order online and a $20 fee will be added to you total.

Why do you need my ID?

For the safety of our customers and drivers. We only deliver to the person and address listed on the identification that has been provided to us. Send ID selfie to info@villagegreens.ca

I have an issue with my order, what do I do?

Whether you need to cancel, change, exchange, or didn’t receive your order, please call us (647) 696-6798 or (647) 558-8253 and we will do our best to resolve any issues you may have. Customer satisfaction is our #1 priority.

What are Delivery fees?

Free delivery. Minimum orders are $45.

What is the difference between Sativa, Indica and Hybrid?
  • Sativas are known for their “head high” effect. They can help reduce anxiety and stress, while increasing creativity and focus.
  • Indicas are known for their “full-body” effect. They can help reduce insomnia while increasing deep relaxation.
  • Hybrids carry effects from both Sativa and Indica strains. The effect depends on the ratios of each strain combined to make the hybrid.

Why Organic Weed?
Is organic better? Organic cannabis is every bit as potent as cannabis grown using conventional methods. It also has added health and safety benefits. The benefits of organic cannabis include superior flavour, less environmental impact, and less chance of contamination with dangerous toxins and heavy metals. Superior Flavour As we’ve discussed before, flavonoids and terpenes are the molecules that contribute most to cannabis’ flavour and appearance. A holistic, organic approach to growing benefits the production of flavonoids and terpenes, producing more flavourful and attractive bud. Environmental Implications Organic growing is better for the environment in almost all cases. Synthetic fertilizers and conventional growing techniques damage soil integrity, destroy microbial, insect, and animal habitats, and deplete soils over the long-term. Conventional growing is an unsustainable practice that causes lasting harm to surrounding land and water. On the other hand, organic growing mitigates this damage by maintaining healthy soil through a variety of low-impact techniques, from integrated pest management to natural soil amendments. Health and Safety Benefits The cannabis plant is sometimes used as a soil decontaminant due to its ability to pull toxins from the soil. This include heavy metal and radioactive materials. Cannabis is highly effective at leaching toxins from soil. Consequently, hemp fields are often sewn around former industrial plants to remediate the soil. This poses an obvious problem for cannabis users. If your cannabis is grown in unhealthy, contaminated soil, these contaminants may be winding up in your bud. Organic growing goes to great lengths to develop healthy, contaminant free soil, reducing the risk that you’re consuming toxic materials. Furthermore, organic pest control involves far fewer, if any, harsh and dangerous chemicals.