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C-45 QUALITY Summit

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​Setting the standards in Canadian Cannabis

From the MMAR in 2001 to C-45 in 2018, the Canadian Cannabis industry has captured the attention of the world. Canada has emerged as the global leader in cannabis quality, with Quality Assurance taking the centre stage. The eyes of the world are on us, as we continue to develop a robust cannabis industry providing safe, quality cannabis to Canadians. Our opportunity to set the bar for quality for the global stage is now, the most important question we can ask is, “how”?

Fresh, actionable and inspiring leadership content for QA and compliance professionals.

Get a unique blend of vision, inspiration and practical skills from a diverse panel of speakers

Network with QA and compliance professionals, provincial and regulatory agencies, and service providers

IPA 2020 Medicinal Cannabis Conference

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International Pharmaceutical Academy (IPA) is delighted to be hosting its 2020 Medicinal Cannabis Conference on May 6-8, 2020 in Toronto, Canada. The three-day Conference will provide attendees with insight and a plethora of information on import and export, research and science of medicinal cannabis.

The first day of the conference will address the current Canadian & International regulation requirements, and permits for the import & export of cannabis for medical and scientific purposes.

We will begin our Medicinal Cannabis Science conference on day two, May 7, 2020. The two-day event will expose attendees with the current updates, innovations and discoveries in the research, science and analytical testing of medicinal cannabis.

The “IPA 2020 Medicinal Cannabis Conference” is the place to be for an unparalleled learning experience!

We expect some great topics being delivered, followed by lively discussion during the extensive Q&A and interactive discussion sessions.

Cannabis Conference & Expo Edmonton

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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.

Cannabis Consumer & Business Expo

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Cannabis Expos is the fastest-growing trade shows held in Canada. Our success in Toronto in 2019, will consist of conferences, seminars and 100,s of Cannabis businesses throughout Canada. We expect sold-out audiences. In Toronto 2019, we expect to be hosting the most highly-respected business & consumer trade expo. We will have keynote speakers, panel discussions and networking opportunity cessions during these 3 days. Have a business, come and meet other cannabis professionals and jump-start meaningful conversations, build relationships and learn about great business opportunities. Awesome opportunity to work directly with consumers and great networking opportunities with B2B partners. What better opportunity to make and close deals during these 3 days. Every day is B2B & B2C seminars, workshops and much more. Saturday and Sunday, exhibitors will be meeting directly with consumers, hosting seminars and workshops. Exhibitors will be providing consumers with 1000,s of new products and services as well as great information, regarding product health benefits and availability.
Cannabis Consumer Expo is a place where consumers can learn about different options and health benefits of Cannabis products and services on the market today. 100,s of exhibitors and industry professionals will be available to answer questions. Be prepared with questions, be ready to learn about new products, services and what other options are available. It’s a must-see event. A host of business seminars, workshops & business opportunities will be available.

Fun-Learn- Opportunities
A great place to learn, 3 days with 100’s of exhibitors. Bring your questions and get answers.

Cannabis Conference & 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.

INDUSTRY DAY CONFERENCE MARCH 27th
Details coming soon

Cannabis Micro Licence Application Process and Requirements

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The Cannabis Act establishes that an application for one of the Micro Cultivation/Processing Licence must be filed with Health Canada in the form and manner specified by the Minister and must include the information required by the Minister.

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. Applicants must ensure that the information provided in the application is detailed and accurate and clearly demonstrates that they are compliant with all the requirements of the Act. Insufficient or inaccurate information may give rise to grounds for refusal. Extensive details regarding the facility and its operations are required, including: floor plan, site and building information, physical security requirements, Good Product Practices (GPP), Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s) Security Clearances, notice to local authorities, administrative forms and quality assurance reports.

This webinar discusses the application process including the form and manner for submitting an application for a Micro Licence and the information that is required to be submitted.

Cannabis and Indigenous Law: Public lecture with Onekanew Christian Sinclair

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On October 17, 2018, recreational cannabis was legalized in Canada. Since that time cannabis and hemp has become an important and growing industry in Canada. Provincial governments have controlled the distribution of cannabis; however, Indigenous peoples have argued that on reserve land cannabis should be governed by Indigenous peoples. This event aims to explore the opportunities and challenges of cannabis and Indigenous law.

This event is free and open to the public.

Brought to you by the Department of Political Studies.