The preparation and submission of a federal cannabis licence application can be extremely gruelling and quite challenging. At first glance, a licence application may seem straightforward and easy to compile […] Read More >>
Clinical research involving cannabis has had a challenging history; until very recently (and arguably still) it remains an area of clinical research characterized by historically heavy regulation and seemingly endless […] Read More >>
False claims of potential health benefits, nutrition or cosmetic benefits are strictly prohibited on any cannabis product. Let dicentra Cannabis Consulting (dCC) help you conduct a personal and unique clinical […] Read More >>
In 2001, the Marihuana Medical Access Regulations (MMAR) came into force, making medical cannabis production in Canada legal for the first time [1]. Twelve years later, the Marihuana for Medical […] Read More >>
The Canadian Health Food Association (CHFA) and the Canadian Hemp Trade Association (CHTA) released a white paper on the “Smart Regulation of CBD” calling for the federal government to remove […] Read More >>
dCC’s Michael Ciardullo and Peter Wojewnick discuss the landmark vote on the SAFE Banking Act and its implications on the cannabis industry and the future of legalization in the United […] Read More >>
Beginning in October 2019, cannabis processors will be able to start producing new classes of cannabis products. Health Canada is now accepting license amendments to allow for the production of […] Read More >>
dicentra Cannabis Consulting (dCC), Canada’s leading consulting firm for the cannabis industry, has launched two new online training programs: Cannabis Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and Cannabis Food Safety (HAACP) for Edibles. The two programs Read More >>
Our Vice President of Growth, Marketing & Sales, Peter Wojewnik shares his insights and experiences of developing dicentra Cannabis Consulting. This article was originally published in the September issue of the […] Read More >>
dicentra Cannabis Consulting (dCC), Canada’s leading consulting firm for the cannabis industry, has been selected to provide education and expertise in the latest developments internationally in the cannabis industry. dCC […] Read More >>
dicentra Cannabis Consulting (dCC), Canada’s leading consultancy for the cannabis industry, has been invited to participate in several cannabis committees for their expertise on the regulatory framework in Canada. The […] Read More >>
The date for submitting your lottery expression of interest is quickly approaching. August 7-9, 2019 (8:00 pm EST is the cutoff time) is the deadline for submitting the prequalification requirements.  […] Read More >>
dicentra Cannabis Consulting attended and exhibited at The Lift & Co. Cannabis Expo in June 2019. The show was the first Toronto Expo since cannabis was legalized in Canada. There […] Read More >>
The Government of Ontario has announced that it will be accepting another round of cannabis retail store applications. This marks the Government of Ontario’s further efforts to combat the illicit […] Read More >>
Canada Cannabidiol (CBD) is a naturally-occurring phytocannabinoid in the Cannabis sativa L. plant and is responsible for many of the therapeutic properties associated with cannabis. It is important to know […] Read More >>
We specialize in quality and compliance and are committed to helping our clients achieve top-tier quality control in their cannabis processing facilities. With the proposed amendments to the Cannabis Act […] Read More >>
Effective immediately, Health Canada will require new applicants for cultivation, processing or sale for medical purposes licences to have a fully built site that meets all the requirements of the […] Read More >>
On October 17, 2018, the Cannabis Act and its Regulations came into force in Canada. This was a momentous day not only for Canada but for the history of cannabis. […] Read More >>
The Cannabis Act will authorize the legal sale of “edibles containing cannabis” and “cannabis concentrates” one year following the coming into force of the Act. Amendments to the Cannabis Regulations […] Read More >>
Cannabis Legalization was the big news that made the headlines last year. The first and foremost objective of legalizing Cannabis in Canada is displacing the illegal market and keeping profits […] Read More >>