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 >>
At dicentra we specialize in quality and compliance and are committed to helping our clients achieve top-tier quality control in their processing facilities. With the proposed amendments to the Cannabis […] 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 >>
For millennia, hemp has been used for its fibre, seeds and medicinal properties. Currently, hemp stalks are utilized in textiles, cordage, paper, and building materials, while its seeds are used […] Read More >>
On April 13, 2017, the future of cannabis in Canada changed as we now know it. On this date, the Government of Canada introduced Bill C-45, known as the Cannabis […] Read More >>
As many of you may already know, October 17, 2018 marks a monumental day in Canadian history. On this day, the Cannabis Act and its regulations (the Cannabis Regulations) come […] Read More >>
Retail Cannabis Expression of Interest Lottery Rules This is to inform you that the AGCO has released the rules associated with the upcoming retail cannabis lottery. Please note the following: […] Read More >>
Last month, Health Canada published the Industrial Hemp Licensing Application Guide1 which provides information on the application process and requirements to obtain an industrial hemp licence from Health Canada under […] Read More >>
Sources confirm date for accepting Ontario cannabis retail applications: December 17 Applications will be accepted by AGCO starting December 17, 2018 Regulations and requirements for retail cannabis stores operating in […] Read More >>
The Organic Council of Ontario and Canadian Organic Growers invite you to this webinar series that discusses some of the issues currently up for debate during the current Canadian Organic Standards’ review process. Our […] 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 >>
Two weeks ago, Canada finally legalized cannabis for retail sale and we saw products packaged in very generic-looking containers. Each container featured a stop sign-style THC warning and a bright […] Read More >>
As cannabis legalization is celebrated across Canada, healthcare practitioners will have to be more informed than ever regarding the implications of cannabis use. With some consumers looking to try recreational cannabis […] Read More >>