According to Statistics Canada, Canadians on average currently pay less than seven dollars a gram for marijuana.

The agency collected data from about 15 thousand Canadians since January 25th and the drug is most expensive in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut, which shell out $11.89 and $10.24 per gram on average.

Quebecers get the biggest break, roughly forking over $5.89 a gram.

Those in Ontario, Alberta, Manitoba, Nova Scotia, British Columbia and Prince Edward Island pay between $6.97 and $7.47 per gram.

The data also found more than three-quarters of individuals reported that they consumed cannabis for non-medical purposes and almost 60 per cent said they were daily users.