Based on the recent announcement by Health Canada, prospective applicants of a cannabis cultivation, processing or medical sales licences are required to have fully built regulatory-compliant facilities prior to the review and processing of the application. It is now imperative that your site and floor design is regulatory compliant prior to build-out. Additionally, in order to obtain GMP compliant status from the European regulatory agencies, specific building design and materials for your operational area are required
Although security requirements are less demanding in comparison to obtaining a Standard Cultivation/Processing Licence, the application process to acquire a Micro Licence under the Cannabis Act can still be complicated and requires undergoing a strict and thorough review by Health Canada.
Health Canada requires all Licence Producer Applicant to submit a written and approved GPP (Quality Assurance) Report at the time of the application submission. This GPP report provides the main framework for establishing the organization’s Quality Assurance Systems.
Effective and comprehensive GPP report allows a smooth journey through out the licensing process and forms a basis for consistently meeting the quality and compliance requirements established by Health Canada.
This webinar is designed to provide helpful information and essential training towards writing an effective GPP report acceptable to Health Canada’s Cannabis Licensing Department.
The Cannabis Act establishes that provincial, territorial and municipal governments will determine the framework for the retail distribution of cannabis. As a result of each province determining their own retail model, a patchwork system has formed across Canada with different rules and regulations depending on what province and municipality you plan to operate in. Opportunities to establish private cannabis retail businesses will be available in Ontario, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Yukon, Nunavut, Newfoundland and Labrador. Applications for a Cannabis Retail Licence will be primarily handled by the liquor and gaming control boards of each province.
Although the application process in each province will be slightly different in terms of store, security, reporting and application requirements, best practices and what to expect when submitting an application can still be deduced. Even without full clarity on what regulations will look like in Ontario, many potential retailers are already trying to prepare themselves to ensure that they will successfully obtain the required licence(s) and authorization.
This webinar discusses the application process including the form and manner for submitting an application for a Cannabis Retail Licence in Ontario and the information that is required to be submitted.
HEALTH CANADA Introduction
Thank you for your interest in the potential market for cannabis health products. You are invited to read the consultation document and share your views.
Health Canada will accept comments until: September 3, 2019.
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How to use the online consultation tool
This online consultation contains a short paper on the potential market for CHPs, 5 questions for consumers, 7 questions for industry, 3 questions for other interested parties and some additional demographic questions.
Except for the first question, each question is optional. If you do not feel like answering a question, you may skip to the following question.
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Health Canada is developing regulations governing the production and sale of additional cannabis products, namely edible cannabis, cannabis extracts and cannabis topicals. Providing legal access to a broad range of cannabis products is a key element of the Government’s strategy to displace the illegal market over time. These cannabis products will be permitted for legal sale under the Cannabis Act no later than October 17, 2019. The proposed regulations for edible cannabis, cannabis extracts and cannabis topicals announced yesterday will be published in the Canada Gazette, Part I, on December 22, 2018.
In order for us to hear from interested organizations about the proposed regulations for edible cannabis, cannabis extracts and cannabis topicals, Health Canada is inviting you to attend a WebEx session on Tuesday, January 28, 2019 from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm (EST). The purpose of the WebEx session is to provide stakeholders who will be directly affected by the regulations with a technical briefing on the proposals. This will allow participants to be better informed to send a written submission.
To register for the WebEx session discussion with officials from the Cannabis Legalization use the follow link https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/proposed-regulations-for-new-classes-of-cannabis-projet-de-reglement-pour-les-nouvelles-categories-tickets-53968503246
From: Health Canada
Current Status: Open
This consultation opened on December 20, 2018. It will close on February 20, 2019.
We are seeking feedback on draft regulations to minimize the public health and public safety risks posed by:
These cannabis products will be permitted for legal sale under the Cannabis Act no later than October 17, 2019.
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