Can I Hold Multiple Cannabis Licenses with Health Canada?

Cannabis License

Can I Hold Multiple Cannabis Licenses with Health Canada at the Same Site? The simple answer:  Yes.   The Cannabis Act and Regulations provided opportunities to apply and receive different cannabis license classes and subclasses. These include: Cultivation License class with subclasses Nursery, Standard Cultivation and Micro-Cultivation Processing License class with subclasses Standard and Micro-Processing

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Good Production Practices (GPP) What Health Canada Looks For

Good Production Practices (GPP) are the rules that you must follow to produce cannabis products in a safe and sanitary environment. They’re designed to ensure that your facility stays clean, safe, and secure for both you and your employees. Having GPP protocols in place is essential for maintaining compliance with Health Canada regulations. What are

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What You Need to Know About Site Evidence Packages

Did you know that applicants for a Processing (standard or micro), Cultivation (standard, micro or nursery) and Sale for Medical Purposes with Possession Licences are required to submit a site evidence package with visual evidence demonstrating the completion and functionality of their facility, in addition to documents submitted as a part of their CTLS application?

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The Dos and Don’ts of Operating a Successful Cultivation Business

If you’re thinking of starting a cannabis cultivation business, there are several things you should consider before getting started. In this article, we’ve put together a list of Do’s and Don’ts that you should give thought to before pursuing a cannabis cultivation licence. Hopefully, this will help you get started and put you on the

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Physical Security in the Cannabis Industry

If you’re thinking of starting a cannabis business, there are a few hurdles you’ll need to get over before you’re licensed and ready to go. One of the largest portions of the application process, as well as getting your site ready for production, is physical security. Under the Cannabis Act and Regulations, there are a

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Pests and Challenges in Cannabis – The Integrated Pest Management System

Cannabis plants are susceptible to many pests, including insects, mites, fungi or bacteria. What’s more, the pests associated with cannabis are different between outdoor grows and indoor grows. An infestation is far easier to deal with if caught early, so you should ensure you are checking your plants regularly. It’s important to manage any pests

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