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 >>
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 >>
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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