Cannabis: Marijuana & Hemp Educational Conference


The full meeting agenda will be available shortly
Conference Topics at a Glance:

– Cannabinoid Receptors and the Brain Development
– Advanced Endocannabinoid System Education
The Expanded ECS
Pharmacological Tools and Definitions
Interactions between THC, CBD, and other components
Review of Dosing from Clinical Trials (i.e., CINV and Appetite studies)
Recent Breakthroughs and Promising Research (Diet)
– Understanding the Effects of THC on Brain Development and Mental Health: Can We Reduce the Risk?
– Exploring The Potential of Cannabidiol as a Treatment for Psychiatric Disorders
– Cannabis for the treatment of pediatric epilepsy
Review of Epileptic Encephalopathies
Historical Use of Cannabis based therapies for epilepsy
Review of Contemporary Research
Cannabidiol in Children with Refractory Epileptic Encephalopathy (CARE-E Study)
Advantages and Challenges in conducting pediatric Cannabis research in Canada
– Cannabis Chemovars: Improving Efficacy and Enhancing Safety
– How to Produce High Quality and Yield Cannabis under Controlled Environment
Over view of the current good practices in cannabis production in Canada;
Root zone environment management for high quality and yield cannabis production;
Lighting for high quality and yield cannabis production;
Current research on cannabis production;
Knowledge gaps and future directions for cannabis production.
– Investigation of cannabis product safety
Keys to acceptance is standardization of products
Product Safety Studies
International certification and standards
PFC – International auditing of cannabis operations
Implementation and costs of non-compliance
– And Much More to come…
For a full meeting agenda, Click here or Call us at 416-410-7402

CannabisCon Calgary


Cannabis Canada Forums is a two day event including a business-focused day on Friday (Forums) followed by a consumer-focused day on Saturday (#CannabisCON).

Between these two days you are going to get a lot of answers to a lot of questions from experts in the field. You have the option to attend one or both days in each city. We look forward to seeing you there!

Friday, March 2nd

Saturday, March 3rd

Reefer Madness? Fact, Fiction, and Myths About Medical Cannabis


Hello again everyone, we are excited to announce the next event in our Got Anthropology? seminar series will take place on Wednesday, February 28th, in partnership with the Lillian H. Smith Library (239 College Street).

This month, please join us to hear Walter Callaghan, a 4th year PhD candidate in Medical Anthropology at the Department of Anthropology, who will share with us some valuable insights from his ethnographic and advocacy fieldwork with veterans of the Canandian forces who use medical cannabis to manage health issues like PTSD. All are welcome to come!

Clearing the Smoke


Join us for an enlightening and informative forum about cannabis, as Canada prepares for its legalization in July 2018.

University of Calgary researchers Dr. Matthew Hill, Dr. Rebecca Haines-Saah, Dr. Fiona Clement and Dr. Chris Wilkes will bring unbiased facts on various aspects of cannabis, including usage, its impact on health and the implications of the legislation on the campus and broader community.

A moderated Q&A will follow


CannaReps x Victoria Crash Course


Join us in Victoria for our crash course cannabis filled weekend where we will learn, sample, and talk all things cannabis. If you are a cannabis patient, dispensary worker, educator, or enthusiast then this course is perfect for you!

What do you get from this Cannareps crash course weekend?

Get a FREE copy of the Cann Help Deck our effortless medicinal learning tool!
Go home with a FREE sample kit of high-quality cannabis products hand-picked by our course leader.
Learn about all the different products on the market, their indications, and how to use them
Learn about quality control protocols and procedures
Be able to visually inspect cannabis flower for flaws with confidence and expertise
Be able to provide contextualized knowledge when servicing customers
Learn how to detect and distinguish terpenes like a true sommelier
Understand the ethical responsibilities of budtending
You will develop a practical and grounded understanding of medicinal cannabis


Legal & HR Considerations: Sub-topics will include the role of Cannabis in Chronic Pain & Mental Health


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.

Bayview Concierge -Sherry Bennett-
Tel: 416-858-6464

Book Launch: Busted by Susan Boyd


Join Susan Boyd, and guests Donald MacPherson and Horde of Two, on the publication of Susan’s new book, Busted: An Illustrated History of Drug Prohibition in Canada.

Canada’s drug laws are constantly changing. But what does Canada’s history of drug prohibition say about its future?

Susan Boyd argues that in order to chart the future, it is worthwhile for us as Canadians to know our history of prohibition and our history of resistance to it.

Busted is an illustrated history of Canadian drug prohibition and resistance to that prohibition. Reproducing over 170 striking archival and contemporary drawings, paintings, photographs, film stills and official documents from the 1700s to the present, Susan Boyd shows how Canada’s drug prohibition policies evolved and were shaped by race, class and gender discrimination. For more than a century, drug prohibition has been and continues to be an expensive failure.

Books and CDs will be for sale.

Co-presented by SFU’s Vancity Office of Community Engagement, Canadian Drug Policy Coalition, and Fernwood Publishing.


Von Womsley Presents: Sessions


Von Womsley Presents: Sessions with Mr Hooper

Cannabis education, peer support & guest speakers.

Our first hour will be guided towards our new friends and clients with the basics of cannabis & “How to” question period.

Following that hour, we have guest speakers;

– The Medigrow inc. team (how to grow at home)

– Vapourizers & how to’s by Morinville’s Alternatives & Options team

– Cannabis Bingo will be our close out game!


*** If you are NOT a ‘The Herb Clinic’ family member or client , we do accept donations towards our educational fund!