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Cannabis Expo – Edmonton

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To our friends, exhibitors and supporters of The Cannabis Expo:

We are in uncharted territories, and these last few weeks have been extremely tumultuous and unprecedented. We have watched and are watching daily as our community takes extraordinary precautions doing their best to flatten the curve and looking after the safety of the community first and foremost.

This has impacted many of us severely, with temporary business and event closures, staff layoffs and personal distancing. Our livelihoods changing remarkably, and our businesses shaken. However, while times are unprecedented and circumstances are fluid, we also know this is temporary. We still need to plan for the future and look towards the next Edmonton Cannabis Expo.

Our team is committed to providing a platform dedicated to strengthening the community, where shopping local can and will help support our customers as business owners to get through these uncertain times.

Currently, the Edmonton Cannabis Expo has been rescheduled to October 3 & 4, 2020

We are grateful to see our community come together and grateful for your continued patience and support.

Be well, be kind, be safe,
The Cannabis Expo Team

cannabishempexpo.com/edmonton

Rocky Mountain Cannabis Connection Presents: 10/17 Canadian Stoner Fall Fundraiser

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Join us in celebration of the 2nd anniversary of Canadian legalization for an evening of fun and fundraising for the 3rd Annual Rocky Mountain Cannabis Connection.

The afternoon and evening will include live music, infused classic Canadian comfort foods, 420 treasure hunt, appearances by some of your favourite Canadian stoner personalities, door prizes, joint rolling contests and more!

Free parking. Free tent camping.

Limited memberships can be purchased through etransfer sent to: rockymountaincannaconnection@gmail.com
*please include the names of all attendees in the notes

Event investment:
All access $50
Evening only pass, beginning at 7PM $25

Available On Site Accommodation:
* Bluff Creek Cabin, sleeps 6, Friday afternoon – Sunday afternoon $500
* Tent Trailer, sleeps 6, bring your own bedding $100/night
* RV, sleeps 6, bring your own bedding $150/night
* Small tent space in unfinished cabin, 3 available $10/night
* RV Parking, includes power, $40/night

Hempfest Calgary

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WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT AT HEMPFEST CANADA?

Check out our short video above from the show floor to see for yourselves! Hempfest Canada has a variety of exhibitors, speakers and demonstrations that are guaranteed to provide information for safer cannabis use!

NEW THIS YEAR: HEMPFEST CANNABIS CUP!

More info: www.hempfestCUP.com

New Heights Virtual Canna-Tourism Summit

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We would like to welcome all attendees to this inaugural Virtual Canna-Tourism Summit. We will set expectations for the Summit and introduce you to the functionality of the virtual conference to help you get the most out of the experience.

Online Baking Workshop: Dipped Donuts

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Nobody can say no to donuts! Join me for an afternoon online as I show you step by step how to make colourful dipped donuts! They’re fabulous and very simple to make. No baking involved here, just frying! I’ll teach you how to make super soft donuts and how course I’ll show you how to make different colours of the glaze. You don’t wanna miss this workshop!

This is a 1 hour online workshop. The recipe card and Zoom conferencing link will be sent to you via email shortly after registration but I’ve included the ingredients and tools we’ll be using below.

Ingredients:

Flour
Oil
Sugar
Eggs
Icing Sugar
Milk
Edible colours

Make Your Own Night

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*No Cannabis flower or Cannabis plants are on site for the workshop. No Cannabis will be consumed. No Cannabis is for sale.

“Through sharing my knowledge, recipes, and experiences I’m hoping to nurture your sense of curiosity about cannabis, tinctures, and elixirs. I present some of the reasoning that brought these medicines into my life. You’re welcome to ask your questions about infused tinctures, elixirs, and to get excited about making your own! I’ll answer what I can, and provide references to further your own journey.”

Stacey Perlin presents her knowledge and experience with cannabis-infused tinctures. She’ll share her lessons from over the years and explain why she works with crystal and gem infused elixirs. She is an established public speaker, a long-term medical cannabis user, and works to support the cannabis industry in Alberta through a variety of projects and partnerships.

Legalized Cannabis 1.50 in 2020

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KF420.ca production events division presents

Legalized 1.50 +

Legalized cannabis 1.50 in 2020

Tickets go on sale December 15, 2019 at

bongsandsuch.ca and hemproots.ca ONLY!

What 2020 looks like at Alberta 420, Calgary 420, Canada 420, Edmonton 420 and NORML Canada

Speaker Keith Fagin to put an end to claims he has or is retired from 420 advocacy and educating and so much more!

Award provided by and to be presented to Keith Fagin by Saskatoon’s Jeff Lundstrom – owner Skunk Funk Smoker’s Emporium and organizer annual Prairie Medicinal Harvest Cup.

Professional comedians Jame Moore and friends including Stan Thomson!

James Moore Comedy Monday Night – western Canada’s longest running open-mic comedy show!

Raffle off brand new custom glass bong valued at $950.00, Tickets $5.00 each
Created by Red Beard – Great Canadian Glass Gathering

Pictures provided by creator Red Beard – See new custom bong pictures here

Vaporizers available for use on site, bring up to 30 grams of dried cannabis flowers to share freely and legally.

Free pressing rosin services available on site.

NO cannabis or alcohol products for sale on site!!

ADVANCED TICKET SALES

RECREATIONAL CONSUMER TICKETS $15.00

MEDICAL CONSUMER TICKETS $10.00

AT DOOR TICKET SALES

RECREATIONAL CONSUMER TICKETS $20.00

MEDICAL CONSUMER TICKETS $15.00

Tickets have added benefits of discounts at retail stores.

Tickets go on sale December 15, 2019 at

bongsandsuch.ca and hemproots.ca ONLY!

Legalized 1.50 poster

Tickets go on sale December 15, 2019 at

bongsandsuch.ca and hemproots.ca ONLY!

The new Cannabis Regulations & how they’ll impact your practice

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Edibles, extracts & topicals, oh my!

While the new Cannabis Regulations came into force on October 17, 2019, Health Canada requires cannabis companies to submit their products for a 60-day review. As a result, December 17 is the first day that cannabis edibles, topicals and tinctures are permitted to be sold in stores across Canada, and an appropriate day to launch this seminar. Are you ready to ‘dispense’ your knowledge of the Act and Regulations to your clients?

This CPD program will interest lawyers practicing:
– litigation – product liability, CPG issues, supply chain issues
– criminal – Cannabis Act & Cannabis Control Act, 2017 offences, and
– corporate – supplier & joint venture contracts, financing, business acquisitions

As if Cannabis Legalization 1.0 wasn’t challenging enough, now lawyers have to deal with Cannabis Legalization 2.0 – the new and improved Cannabis Regulations that legalize and regulate “edibles, extracts and topicals.”

What are all these new product lines? What are the rules regarding packaging and dosing, promotion and advertising? And most importantly, where can I buy them?

Join moderator, cannabis lawyer and author Russell Bennett on a pre-holiday journey with a panel of experts to answer all your cannabis consumption questions that may have you admitting, “We’re not in Kansas anymore.”

Speakers:
– Patrick Cummins, Co-Chair of Blaney McMurtry LLP’s Cannabis Group and ranked in the 2020 Edition of Best Lawyers® in Canada for his work in Cannabis Law.
– Ruth Chun, former General Counsel for Newstrike/UP Cannabis and HEXO Corp., now cannabis lawyer at Chun Law Professional Corporation.
– Barbra Miller, Partner, Civil Litigator and member of the Aird & Berlis LLP Litigation and Workplace Law Groups.

Moderator:
– Russell Bennett, B.Sc., LL.B., author of Canada’s Cannabis Act: Annotation and Commentary, published by LexisNexis, and the founder of Cannabis Law, a soonto- be full-service cannabis industry law firm based in Toronto.

Substantive Content will include:

– Packaging and labelling restrictions and allowances
– The promotion and advertising prohibitions:
the challenges of competition with the illicit Canadian market and the US market, and
comparing the prohibitions to those of tobacco and alcohol
– THC dosing and prohibited ingredients
– Protections for youth regarding purchases and consumption
– Product liability – personal injury, contamination, 3rd party claims
– Are restaurants and bars covered in the Cannabis Regulations?
– Are there restrictions for home creation and consumption?

This program is accredited for 15 minutes of Professionalism Content and 1.25 hours of Substantive Content.

Many thanks to our generous sponsor: Lexis Nexis

Registration Fee:
– Members $90.00 + HST
– Member Licensing Candidates and New Calls $20.00 + HST
– Non-Members and Friends of the TLA $120.00 + HST

Complimentary tickets are available for Law School Students. Please contact Sandra Porter at events@tlaonline.ca.

Open Kitchen | How Do I Use That? | Cooking with Cannabis

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With Canada’s recent legalization of cannabis, more and more people are interested in safely exploring its medicinal properties and recreational uses. But what if you are not a smoker? This class, with instructor Eli Silverthorne, will teach you how to create delicious, perfectly dosed marijuana edible recipes in your home kitchen! You will learn how to include the correct cannabis oil breakdown, decarboxylation, the benefits of infused butter versus oil, how to store your infusion, and how to make cannabis calculations when cooking. Perfect for anyone curious about cooking with cannabis at home.

Recipes:

Infused Fats: Butter & Oils
Chimichurri for Steak
Pesto for Pasta
Hollandaise for Eggs
Vinaigrette for Salads
Mayonnaise
Baked Brownies

PLEASE NOTE: These recipes have been developed using infused products, however the dishes cooked and tasted during class will NOT use cannabis-infused ingredients.

Safety regulations require students wear closed toe shoes when participating in any cooking class.

This class has a maximum capacity of 16 students.

Students for this class must be at least 19 years old. Please be prepared to present government issued ID as proof of age.

Participants will be provided with an apron and all necessary tools and equipment.

Menus, recipes and instructors are subject to change as required.

Chocolate Edibles Workshop

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Living Lotus is partnering with Phytochem Consulting for our next workshop Chocolate Edibles.

Learn how to make high-quality chocolates infused with cannabis in this 3-hour workshop. We will be making chocolates infused with cannabidiol (CBD) using premium ingredients.

Phytochem is a company focused on the chemistry of cannabis, including the development of formulas and recipes.

We are pleased to be offering this workshop that blends the art and science of plants and chocolate

In this 3 hour workshop you will learn:
How to temper chocolate
The benefits of cacao
Where cacao comes from
Dose control for CBD
Preparing cannabis for eating (the “decarboxylation” reaction)