BC’s cannabis regulations give local governments the power to control cannabis in their jurisdictions, and even landlords and strata councils are getting the authority to ban smoking and growing on their premises. With legalization months away, smoking and growing cannabis in your home, apartment, or condo will be a big issue, especially in rental properties […]
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Today, BC unveiled its licensing guidelines for anyone interested in opening a non-medical cannabis business, and it’s organized into five main categories: Eligibility Licences Operations Inspections and Compliance Rural Areas Let’s take a look at the rules and find out who’s eligible as we explore how it shapes BC’s cannabis landscape with the latest updates […]
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Health Canada has just released a collection of proposed regulations for cannabis in a consultation paper that calls for mandatory health warnings like those on tobacco products. The proposed health warnings will include rotating messages that tell people about the risks of cannabis use while pregnant, driving, and consuming other substances (like alcohol and other […]
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If federal legislation moves forward as planned, as of next summer Canadians will be able to grow, possess and consume marijuana legally. But that doesn’t mean they’ll be able to do it without potential legal consequences.
A Toronto committee has endorsed the provincial government’s plan for recreational marijuana despite pleas from the pot industry to support private dispensaries and cannabis lounges within the city limits.