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Can I Bake Cannabis Edibles at Home and Sell Them Online?

The law legalizing the production and sale of edible cannabis, as well as cannabis topicals and extracts, came into effect October 17, 2019. With the excitement and anticipation ramping up, the most common question being asked is, “How can I get my cannabis edibles on retail store shelves?”. Unfortunately, it is not as easy as

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Changes Could be on the way for Canada’s Cannabis Regulations

Health Canada has announced that a 30-day consultation on Cannabis regulatory issues has opened as of Saturday December 12th, 2020. This consultation can prompt changes in the regulations for cannabis research, product labelling, beverage limits, and more. Comments, questions, and further input can be submitted to Health Canada until January 11th, 2021. The notice provides interested

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The Do’s 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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Cessation of the Transitional Provisions in the Regulations Amending the Cannabis Regulations (New Classes of Cannabis)

On August 28, 2020, Health Canada issued an email notice reminding federal cannabis licence holders of the cessation of the transitional provisions in the Regulations Amending the Cannabis Regulations (New Classes of Cannabis). A second email notice was sent by the Department on October 16, 2020 announcing the update to online list of licence holders

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Publication of Summary Report from Consultation on the Potential Market for Cannabis Health Products

From June 19, 2019 to September 3, 2019, Health Canada held a consultation on the potential market for cannabis health products (CHPs) that would not require practitioner oversight. The purpose of the consultation was to obtain feedback from Canadians and industry on the different kinds of products they would be interested in purchasing, manufacturing or

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Conducting a Voluntary Recall of Cannabis

With the cannabis industry rapidly growing and expanding, many companies are looking to enter the market and manufacture new and innovative cannabis products that will be available for recreational and medicinal use. While this all sounds exciting, there is great responsibility associated with being a cannabis licence holder and producing cannabis products for sale in

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