Despite the legalization of recreational cannabis in Canada, cannabis delivery services by private retailers to customers remains illegal in many provinces, including British Columbia.
In British Columbia, the terms of a… Read More
Are you a Canadian citizen or permanent resident interested in working or immigrating to the U.S., but have a criminal conviction?
Criminal inadmissibility can render non-U.S. citizens inadmissible for entrance to… Read More
Individuals (sole proprietors), partnerships, corporations and Indigenous Nations that are interested in selling cannabis products can apply for a cannabis retail store licence to sell non-medical cannabis and cannabis accessories.
The… Read More
This is an update to our previous blog post, “Cooking up Strategies on Cannabis Edibles: Proposed Laws & Regulations in BC.”
Health Canada released the backgrounder on its finalized Regulations for… Read More
UPDATE: On June 14, Health Canada released the backgrounder on its finalized Regulations for cannabis edibles. Read this post for an overview of the Finalized Regulations.
The manufacturing of cannabis edibles… Read More
Accommodating employees who use medical cannabis can present significant practical issues for employers—especially those with safety-sensitive workplaces. This is particularly so because with current medical science and drug-testing technology, it… Read More
In conjunction with legalizing the consumption and cultivation of recreational cannabis, the federal government has implemented strict rules governing the advertising and promotion of cannabis and cannabis accessories.
Licensed retailers who… Read More
Authors: Eleanor Olszewski, Q.C., Sharon Au
With the legalization of cannabis in Canada, professional regulators in the health-care industry can expect to see a rise in cannabis-related issues in disciplinary cases.
Recently,… Read More