They've been a year in the making, and they're almost here. Cannabis was legalized in Canada in October of 2018; regulations for edibles and related products were scheduled to be implemented no later than October 17, 2019 (one year after legalization). Health Canada's 60-day public consultation on its draft regulations earlier this year and although … Continue reading New cannabis edible regulations are coming.
Welcome back! We hope everyone had a great holiday, and is ready for a busy 2019. While we were offline, Health Canada launched its proposed regulations for edible cannabis products. (This is a follow-up to marijuana legalization in this country, which came into effect on October 17 of last year.) Edible cannabis products are to … Continue reading Cannabis edibles regulations: news of note for 2019.
It's been almost a full week since recreational marijuana was legalized in Canada. We dedicated last week's blog to some basics about the Cannabis Act - what is allowed, labeling requirements, and a brief look at the financial side of the industry. This week we're offering some additional information, so read on. Levels of Responsibility Federal … Continue reading Legalization: One Week Later.
In just a few hours, Canada will become only the second country in the world to legalize recreational marijuana. The Cannabis Act comes into effect on October 17, 2018. Under this act, persons of legal age (18 or 19, depending on province or territory) will be able to legally carry up to 30 grams of … Continue reading O Cannabis: What you need to know about Canada’s Cannabis Act.
This fall, Canada will become the second country in the world (and the first G7 nation) to legalize marijuana nationally. The Cannabis Act comes into force on October 17, 2018, and will outline legal obligations for cannabis use and production in Canada. The Cannabis Act includes rules and regulations related to personal cultivation, product sale, … Continue reading Canada’s cannabis industry will offer opportunity – and come with a few cautions.