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Federal Government releases "Proposed Regulations Amending the Cannabis Regulations and Proposed Order Amending Schedules 3 & 4 to the Cannabis Act"

By Canada Cannabis Legal | December 21, 2018

We have the document the Government of Canada released on its proposed amendments to the Cannabis Regulations and its proposed order amending Schedules 3 and 4 of the Cannabis Act, which would add three new classes: “edible cannabis”, “cannabis extracts”, and “cannabis topicals” that could be legally sold by federal licence holders and provincially and territorially authorized distributors and retailers. 

Read the full release here: https://canadacannabislegal.com/assets/files/2018-Canada-Regulations_and_RIAS_-_R%C3%A8glement_et_REIR.pdf


Comments (3)

  1. Jules:
    Dec 29, 2018 at 12:53 AM

    Fascinating article. Very in depth. My one question is: from where would Canada import cannabis? Are there countries currently exporting cannabis legally? Uraguay seems like the most economical source, although shipping costs could be an issue.

  2. miss lena:
    Feb 24, 2019 at 01:52 PM


    All labels will need to be plain, not appealing to children, and make no health claims. For edibles, there may be no dietary claims, and for topicals, there may be no cosmetic claims. For all of the new product classes, packaging and labelling must not contain any elements that associate the product with an alcoholic beverage, alcohol, or an alcohol brand.

  3. miss lena:
    Feb 24, 2019 at 01:52 PM

    All labels will need to be plain, not appealing to children, and make no health claims. For edibles, there may be no dietary claims, and for topicals, there may be no cosmetic claims. For all of the new product classes, packaging and labelling must not contain any elements that associate the product with an alcoholic beverage, alcohol, or an alcohol brand.






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