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Lethbridge Cannabis Market

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We would like to invite you to take part in this exciting event. If you’re looking to help build your networking,
showcase your products, and meet new consumers – this is the place to do it!

This market will be filled with a diverse selection of products and other cannabis related consumables for the public to enjoy! Send us your information and we will get back to you with all the details for your exhibition needs.

Grow Up Cannabis Conference & Expo

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The founders and producers of Grow Up Conference and Expo have decades of experience producing national-profile events and creating global connections between business communities in the arts, broadcasting, media and technology. They have organized trade summit initiatives with governments around the world. And they have worked closely with sponsors in all levels of Canadian government.

Veteran assemblers of forward-thinkers, their signature events includes the internationally-attended O’Cannabiz Conference and Expo, Canadian Music Week, the Digital Media Summit, Radio Interactive Summit and the career-breaking CMW Music Festival. They produce myriad entertainment/media industry awards, including The Indies, The Canadian Radio Music Awards, advertising’s Crystal Awards, The Live Music Industry Awards and the annual Music Broadcast and Industry gala. They also have a two-decade-long relationship with Canada’s Juno Awards.

O’Cannabiz Conference and Expo

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Looking at the future of cannabis and the budding Canadian market, O’Cannabiz will explore the latest regulations, industry standards and best practices for medicinal and recreational marijuana. Join this ground-breaking event where patients, physicians, licensed producers (LPs), industry professionals and general public from across the world will gather to learn, network and advocate, while exploring the latest issues in Canada, a country at the vanguard of change in legislation and outlook.
50,000 sq. ft. 7,500 attendees, 150+ speakers, 200+ exhibitors

Canadian Cannabis Summit

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The Canadian Cannabis Summit is the first conference in Western Canada to bring together medical and therapeutic professionals, policy makers and law enforcement, investment and business strategists, innovation, technology and community leaders.

Gain a competitive and comprehensive perspective of the emerging cannabis industry essential for budding or seasoned entrepreneurs, academics and professionals.

www.cannabissummit.ca

Legal & HR Considerations: Sub-topics will include the role of Cannabis in Arthritis and Sleep Disruption

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The world is looking at Canada to set the stage for Cannabis regulation, legalization and distribution.
With the many misconceptions swirling around the medical cannabis industry, Canadian employers and employees are demanding accurate information and ongoing education as the medical industry and laws unfold.
We have formed a collaboration to bring you the latest research findings, legal considerations and Human Resource issues in a seven-part series of presentations and panel discussions.

Contact:
Bayview Concierge -Sherry Bennett-
Tel: 416-858-6464
sherry@bayviewconcierge.ca

Medical Cannabis Week

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Currently, more than  than 260,000 Canadians  rely on access to medical cannabis, and this number will grow as an understanding of the medical benefits of cannabis become better understood.

The BofC Medical Cannabis Week engages the industry leaders, medical disruptors, tech innovators as well as educators, researchers, regulators and patients in a conversation on the fastest growing therapy option available to Canadians.

Founded by Business of Cannabis and observed by a series of founding partners, Medical Cannabis Week will expand the dialogue and examine the potential for medical cannabis to deliver significant and positive patient benefits.

  • The State of Patients featuring data from SheCann and Strainprint
  • A 360º roundtable discussion on medical cannabis policy | Convened by Blakes
  • Technology and innovation showcase in partnership with TechTO and HealthTO | Sponsored by Cannvas MedTech

The week is being presented by Business of Cannabis in partnership with Cannvas MedTech, WeedMD, Ample Organics, TechTO and HealthTO, SheCann, Blakes, Cassels & Graydon LLP, RNMKR PR and other leading industry partners.

“It was patients that pushed regulators, the medical community and public opinion to understand the medical benefits of cannabis,” said Jay Rosenthal, co-founder and president of Business of Cannabis. “With Medical Cannabis Week, we are returning the focus to patients, practitioners and health innovators.”

Shawn Moniz, chief executive officer of Cannvas MedTech, added, “As a technology company that provides leading health sciences information empowering people to be in the driver’s seat of their healthcare, we saw a great fit to be part of Medical Cannabis Week. We are proud to take part in this inaugural event with such impressive Canadian industry peers who are leading the world in medical cannabis.”

The events will be hosted at locations across Toronto on May 22, 23 and 24 and all materials will be available digitally. To request an invitation or to learn more about the events, please visit medicalcannabisweek.com.

Community Medical Cannabis Information Night Ottawa, ON

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Do you have Questions? We Have Answers! Are you or a loved one living with a condition that has taken away from your quality of life? Medical Cannabis is helping a lot of people just like you. Come out to the Community Medical Cannabis Information Night on May 2nd at the The Royal Canadian Legion in Nepean

Avez-vous des questions? Nous avons des réponses! Est-ce que vous ou un être cher vivez avec une maladie qui dimininue votre qualité de vie? Le cannabis médical aide beaucoup de gens comme vous. Venez à la soirée d’information communautaire sur le cannabis médical le 2 mai à la Légion royale canadienne à Nepean

Cannabis in the Workplace Workshop

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The federal government is seeking to legalize and regulate Cannabis under Bill C-45, the proposed Cannabis Act. The Act is currently before the Senate for review, and the Senate has committed to hold a third reading no later than June 7. If approved, provinces and territories have requested a few months to transition to the new framework.

How will the new cannabis legislation impact your business? Join the Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce for the Cannabis in the Workplace Workshop from 11am – 2 pm on Tuesday, May 1 at the Holiday Inn.

Representatives from the City of Lethbridge will be available for a free session from 11-11:45 am to discuss how new cannabis legislation will affect municipal bylaws.

Following that will be a paid lunch session featuring presentations from Ed Secondiak, President of ECS Safety Services Ltd, and Wayne Petersen and Candice Braun of North & Company LLP.

They will discuss how legalization may impact the workplace, strategies for dealing with the use of drugs/alcohol in the workplace, and the use of prescription drugs including medical cannabis in the workplace. They will also discuss what you need in a policy and what to do if you do not have a policy, and your rights and responsibilities as an employer.

Cannabis & Hemp Expo Edmonton

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The Cannabis & Hemp Expo is an important step in showing the world the professionalism and maturity of the expanding cannabis industry. By getting involved you’ll be joining leading businesses from around the globe showcasing some of the best products and services the industry has to offer to thousands of eager and curious consumers.

The Cannabis & Hemp Expo Edmonton

https://cannabishempexpo.com/edmonton

Live Webinar – Review of Proposed Cannabis Act

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The Government of Canada has indicated that it intends to bring the proposed Cannabis Act into force no later than July 2018. To support implementation of the proposed Act, regulations would need to be enacted in a range of areas, such as cannabis product standards and packaging and labelling requirements, to ensure that the risks and harms of cannabis are appropriately addressed under the legal framework.

In many cases, Health Canada is proposing to build upon established regulatory requirements that have been in place under ACMPR. This webinar aims to summarize the proposed changes from the current ACMPR regulation and to provide an understanding of “proposed Cannabis Act”.