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
International annual 420 events worldwide.
Assorted types of events from celebrations, rallies, festivals/music to smoke out protests!
4:19 to 4:20 one minute of silence for victims of prohibition / drug war.
Calgary – 420 Music and Arts Festival
Edmonton – Legislative Assembly of Alberta
Ottawa – Parliament of Canada
Québec – Legislative Assembly of Québec
Regina – Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan
Toronto – Yonge & Dundas Square
Winnipeg – Legislative Assembly of Manitoba
Networking event (8:30pm onward)
Understanding Medical Cannabis
Opioid & Cannabis dynamics
Applying the use of Medical Cannabis in Clinical Situations
Understanding upcoming recreational cannabis legalization July 1st 2018
David Schenk, Bridge Street Consulting Inc.
Welcome and introduction to the speakers
Alex Revich, CEO, Cannabis in Clinical Practice
Cannabis 101 – understanding the basics (THC vs CBD, medical vs recreational)
Ailments that medical Cannabis may help with such as pain, anxiety, PTSD, cancer, crohn’s, multiple scleroses, etc.
Guidelines for physicians who want to refer possible patients to medical cannabis clinics
Philippe Lucas, PhD, Tilray, VP of Patient Advocacy
Opioids and Medical cannabis
Philippe is responsible for the development and implementation of multiple clinical and observation studies
Norm Buckley, BA (Psych), MD, FRCP(C) Chair, Professor & Chair; Department of Anesthesia; Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine; McMaster University, Hamilton, ON
• Discuss and apply the newly updated Canadian Opioid Guideline and the rationale for the changes
Lydia Hatcher, MD, CCFP, FCFP, CHE; Chief, Department of Family Medicine, St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton
Recognize the rationale and current process for medical use of cannabis for pain
Conditions for Which Medical Cannabis Has Been Studied and Shown Efficacy
How do you Assess / What are the Risks /What are the Benefits
Dosing / The Prescribing Process
Round Table Discussion moderated by David Schenk:
education for cannabis patients, customers and youth
medical cannabis insurance (accessible, safe, affordable, reliable, and equally recognized as a prescription medication)
the dynamics of the opioid crisis and medical cannabis
ramifications of anticipated lack of legal cannabis supply after July 1st 2018
Kevin Hall, COO of International Cannabis Solutions and Executive Director of Chronic Pain Toronto, International Cannabis Solutions, based out of Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Jonathan Zaid , Founder and Executive Director, Canadians for Fair Access to Medical Marijuana (CFAMM)
Philippe Lucas, PhD, Tilray, VP of Patient Advocacy
Alex Revich, CEO, Cannabis in Clinical Practice, Toronto Ontario
Last Update: November 7, 2017
Government of Canada holding a symposium on cannabis public education November 10 in Ottawa, Ontario
October 31, 2017 Ottawa, ON Government of Canada
Government of Canada to invest in cannabis education and awareness
From Health Canada
New funds to bring total investment in public education, awareness and surveillance to $46M
Organize corresponding public anti reefer madness education events campaign!
December 2017 to March 2019.
Health Canada is planning to launch a new awareness campaign aimed at warning minors and young adults about the risks of using cannabis in the lead up to the drug becoming legal.
A public tender indicates Ottawa is looking for a contractor with creative talent to host a series of events across the country to bring together young people to talk about the risks of smoking marijuana.
Entering its fourth year, the CCAs are Canada’s premier cannabis awards.
This is the CCAs’ fourth year, and its first gala. The awards have grown alongside the industry, born from the desire to highlight the tremendous people, products and producers in Canadian cannabis. The CCAs started as a small, but influential online platform in 2014. Each year we’ve added new awards categories, reflecting—and increasingly, influencing— the dynamism of the evolving cannabis sector.
The Canadian cannabis sector is predicted to be a $22 billion economy, with growth rates on par with broadband internet in the early 2000s, and cable in the 1990s. At Lift, we believe it’s high time that our awards reflect the magnitude of this effort and the importance of this economic contribution. That’s why we’re proud to bring you the first CCA gala, celebrating a year of firsts, with many more to come
Brought to you by Canadian Cannabis Chamber
Join the Canadian Cannabis Chamber for an informative evening session to find out more about how the legalization of Cannabis in Canada will impact your municipality. Hear first hand what worked and what didn’t work from industry/municipal/indigenous experts from the across the United States.
Facebook event page here
Regina: Room 210, 2 Research Drive, University of Regina
Saskatoon: Prairie Room, Diefenbaker Centre Canada, University of Saskatchewan
Join us for this panel presentation!
Cynthia Bojkovsky, Phd Candidate, Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy
Jason Childs, Associate Professor, Department of Economics, University of Regina
George Hartner, Lecturer, Department of Economics, University of Regina
Kathleen McNutt, Executive Director, Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy
Moderated by Dale Eisler, Senior Policy Fellow, Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy
On July 1, 2018 the production, distribution and sale of cannabis will be legal in Canada. The Government of Canada’s decision to legalize and regulate was driven by three core objectives: 1. Dismantle the illicit market; 2. Restrict youth access; & 3. Minimize harm. In very short order provincial governments have to develop policy regimes and in some instances without the necessary evidence typically required to ensure effectiveness. In response to the upcoming cannabis legalization the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy has prepared a report outlining policy options titled, “Legalizing and Regulating Cannabis in Saskatchewan.” Join us for a discussion to see what the policy options are for cannabis legislation in Saskatchewan.
For any media enquiries, please contact Erica Schindel at 306-966-2663 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
this is a protest to highlight the ongoing raids of medical cannabis dispensaries around the province thereby limiting patients access to their medicine. The province of Nova Scotia should legitimize medicinal cannabis dispensaries and regulate them, rather than solely endorsing a corporate model. This is but one of the potential atrocities that we can expect to see in politician’s current version of legalization that will negatively impact on the health and safety of critically and chronically ill patients!
Facebook event page here
5:30pm – Registration Opens
6:00pm – Welcome
6:10pm – Overview of Cannabis Act and Federal Government’s Plan,
MP Bill Blair, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Justice and Attorney General
6:20pm – Overview of Ontario Model, Hon. Yasir Naqvi, Attorney General
6:30pm – VIP Panel Discussion
* MP Bill Blair, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada
* Hon. Yasir Naqvi, MPP Ottawa Centre, Attorney General
* Mr. Michael Lickver, Executive VP, Cannabis Wheaton
* Dr. Kwame McKenzie, CEO Wellesley Institute
* Ms. Jacqueline Hansen, CBC News (Moderator)
7:30pm – Reception
9:00pm – Event Concludes