Are you thinking about entering the Canadian Cannabis Industry with a micro cultivation operation? Here is part of what you need to know before jumping in. Micro cultivation licenses were […] Read More >>
Making the decision to enter the Canadian cannabis industry can be extremely daunting. Although the Government of Canada has made a number of different guidance documents readily available for any […] Read More >>
With Cannabis 2.0 fully underway, licensed processors now have the opportunity to begin producing additional classes of cannabis, and to develop new and exciting products to add to their portfolios. […] Read More >>
In the initial stages of legalization, consumption of dry cannabis flower, the part of the plant containing higher concentrations cannabinoids such as Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) or Cannabidiol (CBD) drove industry demand. […] Read More >>
On October 17, 2019, the amended Cannabis Regulations came into force permitting the legal production and sale of edible cannabis, cannabis extracts, and cannabis topicals in accordance with the requirements […] Read More >>
When we typically visualize the Cannabis industry we tend to picture fields of plants, edibles, concentrates, and imagine bohemian style retail stores with cannabis products openly displayed throughout. What often […] Read More >>
After Ontario's abolishment of the lottery system, it will now be open season for private cannabis retail. Starting on March 2nd, applicants for a Retail Store Authorization (RSA) can start submitting their applications, up to 10 per applicant. 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 >>
News of Canada’s cannabis legalization on October 17, 2018 made international headlines. Many people have taken the general impression from these headlines that it’s a wide open free for all market. This […] Read More >>
Health Canada recently revised the cosmetic ingredient hotlist, a science-based document used to communicate known safety concerns associated with cosmetic ingredients. This revision resulted in “cannabis, as defined in subsection […] Read More >>
Every day, we take for granted the medical treatments offered by our physicians for illnesses like hypertension and epilepsy. If medical professionals and the pharmaceutical industry did not invest in […] Read More >>
Eighteen hours ago, towards the end of the work day on September 26, 2018, the Provincial Government of Ontario announced their plans to introduce legislation surrounding the cannabis retail store […] Read More >>
With the expanded, legal use of cannabis in Canada coming, and producers ramping up production to meet the new demand, there are new questions and opportunities for cannabis byproducts and […] Read More >>
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