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?
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
Under the Cannabis Act and Cannabis Regulations, businesses (small and large) are able to sell cannabis both recreationally and to medical patients in Canada. However, there are different licences required to perform these two different activities. In this article, we’ll discuss the two licences, and what they allow your business to do. Recreational Cannabis Sales
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
On May 12, 2020, Health Canada issued an email notice to federal cannabis licence holders announcing several operational changes being made to cannabis program requirements. It was noted that these changes are permanent, taking effect immediately and are to be followed with online guidance in the near future. The changes implemented by Health Canada stem
The success of a Cannabis Processor relies heavily on their Quality Assurance Person (QAP). Under the Cannabis Act & Regulations, a holder of a licence for processing must retain the services of one individual as a Quality Assurance Person who has the training, experience and technical knowledge related to the requirements of Part 5 of