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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

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Cannabis Expo – Calgary

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With the advancement of legalization, the Cannabis Expo is an important step in showing the world the professionalism and maturity of the expanding industry. Join industry leaders from across Canada in an interactive forum educating on the latest technology, research and benefits of cannabis. Don’t miss comprehensive networking opportunities while exploring industry related exhibits as we build the foundation for the future of Cannabis in Canada.

The safety of all our attendees, artists, exhibitors, and staff is of top priority.
Please visit our COVID-19 FAQs and Information page, to see additional AHS approved
health measures and protocols that will be implemented to ensure a safe and successful event.

Cannabis 101 Live Webinar

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Join Kelsey Cannabis, Cannabis Educator & Public Speaker in this exclusive online seminar/live webinar for a “Cannabis 101” learning experience.

This webinar will provide practical cannabis knowledge for those who are new to using cannabis, are recreational or medical users, or who may consider themselves a connoisseur.

Kelsey Cannabis is an Alberta based Cannabis Educator and Public Speaker who has certifications from the Cannabis Training University, The Trichome Institute, Cannareps and the University of Alberta. As a long term medical cannabis patient and Brain Care Centre Ambassador, Kelsey loves to share her first-hand knowledge of the therapeutic properties of cannabis. She strives to educate the Canadian cannabis community about the facts of this amazing plant and is committed to being a powerful voice, speaking about where the industry is headed and how we can debunk the myths (and improper terminology) plaguing the industry.

By attending this webinar, you will learn about:

-What is cannabis together with its benefits and side effects
-What is the endocannabinoid system and how cannabis interacts with our bodies
-Marijuana as medicine (using cannabinoids THC & CBD, dose amounts, and what are terpenes)
-Cannabis consumption methods (differences between smoking, vaping, edible, oil, capsule & topical methods of use)
-Canadian laws & regulations
-Q&A session

 

The Grower’s Source EXPO

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The Grower’s Source EXPO is Canada’s premiere virtual event for the cannabis cultivation community. This is an experience that we’re confident will bring unique value to you, and one that we believe you will bring value to as a participant!

Join fellow LPs, specialty stores, and growers, along with Grow Opportunity and other cultivation-related brands and associations for more than two weeks of killer content, networking and just good old fashioned hanging out. Because after a challenging 2020, wouldn’t it be nice to reconnect and (safely) see each other’s faces again?

#Cannabis101Chat

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What is harm reduction? What does it look like in the school setting? How has the pandemic increased the need for harm reduction, and what can support look like now?

Got questions about harm reduction in cannabis education?

Join us for a Facebook Live chat with Canadian Students for Sensible Drug Policy (@CSSDP) to get your questions answered!

Stay connected with us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram using the hashtag #Cannabis101Chat

Cannabis Act Review: Medical Cannabis and Cannabis Health Products

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On the second anniversary of legalization of recreational cannabis for adult use, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce’s National Cannabis Working Group is launching an industry-led review of the Cannabis Act to provide recommendations on how the government should improve Canada’s federal legislative and regulatory frameworks for cannabis.

The Cannabis Act, which came into force on October 17, 2018, requires that the Minister of Health initiate a review of the Act by October 17, 2021, three years following the legalization of recreational cannabis for adult use. In advance of the federal government’s review of the Act, the National Cannabis Working Group will be leading an industry review of the legislation.

The review of the Act will be led by Eric Foster, Partner and Leader of the Dentons Canada cannabis practice. Dentons is a global leader in the cannabis industry, providing cannabis industry stakeholders with the full suite of legal services they need in order to grow, protect, operate and finance their businesses, both in Canada and internationally.

Virtual Roundtable – Promoting sustainability in the cannabis industry

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The Cannabis Council of Canada’s Tri-Chair Sustainability Caucus will engage in a meaningful discussion of ongoing industry initiatives that promote responsible production and business practices that push for a more sustainable and environmentally responsible cannabis industry. Hear from executives from innovative licensed producers that are leading the charge on sustainability with Canada’s first collaborative Vape Recycling Pilot Program.

Cannabis Education in Dispensaries

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Closing the knowledge gap for budtenders and customers

Gone are the days where people buy whatever weed is available from the guy at the corner (or hiding around the corner). With legalization came education and today’s cannabis users expect the same high level of consultation and customer service as with any other purchase decision.

Join us as we gather some of the industry’s brightest minds from each step of the supply chain — from seed to smoke and everything in between.

Together we will discuss the evolution of the cannabis consumer experience both from a medicinal and recreational perspective, what it will mean to be a budtender in the near future, and what defines a great dispensary and an outstanding consumer experience.

Whether you’re toying with the idea of becoming a budtender or a veteran of the trade honing their skills – or maybe you just love cannabis – this session is for you.

Fundamentals of Formulation and Manufacturing

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Pharmaceutical drug products come in a variety of dosage forms and comprise of distinct formulations manufactured according to specific processing instructions. Formulation scientists develop pharmaceutical products in conjunction with specialists in other disciplines such as pharmacokinetics, pharmacology, toxicologists, clinicians and others to ensure the final product is safe, effective and of the highest quality.

This introductory course will provide an overall understanding of how an API is formulated into a drug product, how the physical properties of the API are critical to the development effort, and how the manufacturing process is strictly dictated by the nature of the formulation. A high level review of the formulation requirements, manufacturing unit operations and manufacturing equipment requirements of several common dosage forms will also be presented.
In particular, the following topics will be covered:

Introduction to pharmaceutical formulation and manufacturing
API properties that influence formulation
Common excipients used to formulate drug products
Basics of formulating a drug product
Immediate release
Controlled release
Formulating tablets
Manufacturing tablets
Formulating liquids
Manufacturing liquids
Formulating semi-solids
Manufacturing semi-solids
Overview of some specialty dosage forms

The course is designed for those who work in Quality, Regulatory Affairs, Clinical Research, etc. and wish to gain a more in depth knowledge of pharmaceutical formulation and manufacturing.