NORML Canaada will be at this year’s Cannabis Living Expo 2019! Be sure to stop by booth # 132 to get a chance to speak to our members and volunteers on all things cannabis in Canada. NORML Canaada will also be participating on a moderated speaking panel on cannabis consumer rights.
Keynotes. Music. Education.
Jobs. Mixers. Life Options. 19+.
Not Your Average
The Cannabis Career Festival is an experiential event where you will engage with passionate cannabis professionals, business leaders, and educators.
It’s a festival for people who want to know more about options for one of their biggest life choices – their job.
If you’re interested in joining Canada’s fastest growing sector, this event is for you.
Conceived and produced by women, Symposia offers a different take on a cannabis conference. Welcome to a gathering that will leave you recharged and inspired not overwhelmed and tired. Symposia offers workshops for personal development, offerings of beautiful goods and holistic services that elevate the weekend into a rare self-care experience.
Tickets and more info- symposiaonline.com
Your One-Stop Resource for the Most Comprehensive Education, Efficient Research, and Valuable Advice from North America’s Top Market Experts!
After years of healthy returns, the stock markets are poised to deliver another solid year of profits. While the turmoil in Washington, London, and Ottawa continue unabated, markets have been steadily moving higher, although markets remain volatile. And that’s why you should join your fellow investors and traders at The MoneyShow Toronto, because only by keeping abreast of the latest market intelligence can you ensure that you protect your portfolio gains, while identifying new growth opportunities.
The MoneyShow Toronto will provide you with one-stop access to the best minds in the financial world and the opportunity to learn their insights and strategies—all designed to help you grow your investment portfolio and achieve your long-term financial objectives.
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The Karma Cup Cannabis Competition and Festival is a two-day OUTDOOR festival (RAIN or SHINE) held in Downtown Toronto on the weekend of September 7 & 8, 2019.
Saturday hours are 11:00am to 6:00pm. Sunday hours are 11:00am to 7:00pm. The venue will be released September 6, 2019 at 7:10PM via email, social media platforms, website and text message.
Anyone over the age of 19 is welcome to attend. No medical card is required for entry. Valid government-issued photo ID is required for entry.
The festival includes a Vendor Village, live music performances, a speakers panel, and The Karma Cup Cannabis Competition Awards Ceremony.
Many of Canada’s top craft cannabis brands and producers will be attending making The Karma Cup a great opportunity for networking.
Day tickets will be available at the door. Weekend passes available on Universe and at the door (more $ at the door).
How a B.C. mayor plans to rank reefer at the fall fair
Homegrown pot will join poultry, pies and preserves at exhibitions in Grand Forks and Cowichan Valley
The Grand Forks & District Fall Fair Society is a non-profit organization that promotes
agriculture, horticulture, crafts, arts, hobbies, home cooking and food preservation through presentation of an annual Fair. The Society cooperates with public and private agencies, government departments and other groups and organizations interested in the purpose of the society.
The local curling rink, located at the park, is rented to us for storage space, office use, and for 3 days out of the year our Fall Fair event location. For those 3 days it is transformed into an agricultural exhibit hall for residents of the community to display their accomplishments. The remaining areas are utilized for local vendors, an entertainment stage, an animal exhibition, and most recently a demolition derby showcase.
The Fall Fair is a grassroots event that brings the community together and celebrates the history, the culture, and unity for the benefit and overall wellness of the community.
Cannabis Growers of Canada 4th Annual Golf Tournament & Pop-up Market (19+)
LOCATION: Squamish Valley Golf Club at 2458 Mamquam Road, Squamish, BC
• 9:30 AM – 11 AM: Registration
• 11 AM – Market Opens – Meet craft producers, purchase products and check out tasty samples
• 12 PM – 5:30 PM: Shotgun start, Golf is fun Scramble format (all levels of golfers welcome)
• 6:30PM+: Buffet Dinner and Evening Program
Maritimers Unite for Medical Marijuana (MUMM) is a Nova Scotia registered non-profit society advocating for chronically and critically ill patients who are licensed to consume cannabis as medicine.
Our 12th annual Harvest Fest, which coincides with the 5th John Cook MUMMorial Cup, is not only a celebration for the patients, but is also MUMM’s biggest fundraiser. Profits are used to further our educational efforts, court support, and advocacy work for all Canadians.
Cannabis once grew in secret, traded by murderous cartels and smoked by consumers who risked jail. Now, countries all over the world have licensed the drug for medical purposes. Ten American states have so far legalised its recreational use, and pioneering Uruguay was recently joined by G7-member Canada in the legal-weed club. Parliaments from Mexico to South Africa to New Zealand are currently debating reforms of their own.
Yet the repeal of prohibition marks the start of complex arguments:
How to regulate both medical and recreational cannabis?
For bureaucrats—how to tax it, which varieties to allow, who should sell it?
Can social equity legislation help empower communities that have been disproportionately affected by the drug war?
Will regulation finally force the cannabis industry to ‘go green’?
With legalisation also comes new opportunities for investment, from growers and dispensaries to innovative weed tech and breakthrough science. In January 2018 Bank of Montreal became the first of the major Canadian banks to invest in a Cannabis company. Will other large-scale institutional investors soon follow suit, or will fear of the unknown continue to hold them back?
Join editors from The Economist on June 5th, Toronto at the Cannabis Summit to network with policymakers, investors, technology thought leaders, scientists, pharma companies and entrepreneurs from all over the world to dissect and analyse new science and innovations around marijuana and determine how to shape well-regulated cannabis markets across the globe.