Recently Rocco Rossi and Perrin Beatty wrote their opinion on the future of the cannabis industry in Ontario, Canada, for the Toronto Sun.
The Ontario government is looking to reform the existing laws to allow an open-allocation model under which retail licences are allocated to vetted retailers on a first-come, first-served basis. (more…)
Kate Robertson of Maclean’s Magazine discusses the first year of legal cannabis in Canada and what the country needs to do, to improve the customer experience.
From the provincial and federal level to the local level of government, Kate explains how the first year of legal cannabis in Canada has been very disappointing and has not detoured the illegal market in any way.
Link to the full opinion article can be found here https://www.macleans.ca/opinion/how-not-to-legalize-weed/
The Canadian government released the final proposed regulations for additional cannabis products that include extracts, edibles and topicals.
The full chart with the proposed levels of THC and rules around packaging can be found below.
For more information and how you can have your say visit the following link! https://www.canada.ca/cannabis
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Michele Parrotta of MimiCannabis and Professional Cannabis Consulting Inc. was recently interviewed by Canndora on her involvement in the Canadian cannabis industry, about cannabis use over 50 and if green really is the new gray.
Link to her full interview along with a fantastic give away can be found below!
Ontario is exploring the possibility of no longer running the province’s wholesale cannabis distribution business, according to several people familiar with the matter, a move that could substantially lower prices of legal pot in the province.
Ontario, which is Canada’s biggest market for legal pot, will begin consultations with various industry members to pursue a Saskatchewan-like distribution model where licensed cannabis producers will ship directly to retailers, the sources said. An announcement could come as early as next week, the sources added.
Link to the full article can be seen here