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CBD In Canada: How The New Federal Law Changes The Game

  • ID: 4767186
  • Report
  • Region: Canada
  • 26 pages
  • ECigIntelligence
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As of October 2018 the cannabis plant and all its by-products, including CBD, are legal in Canada, but their sale, access and possession come under a new strict regulatory framework.

Until regulation ensues in 2019, however, many CBD-containing products will be illegal (e.g. skin creams and vaping products) as the law only allows for a limited number of products in a limited number of formats. While the new laws will initially apply to CBD products, a comprehensive regulatory regime for all cannabis-derived products is to be expected in the near future; this may reflect the difference in the nature of these products compared to high THC cannabis products.
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1. Executive summary

2. Introduction: Canada

3. Current regulation of cannabis in Canada

4. The new legal framework

5. Cannabis Act and regulation

6. Industrial Hemp Regulations

7. CBD in the Cannabis Act

8. Types of CBD product and applicable laws

9. Federal licensing requirements

10. Cannabis regulation licence

11. Cultivation licence: Industrial Hemp Regulations

12. Age restrictions

13. Advertising, promotion and sponsorship

14. Packaging and labelling

15. Packaging restrictions

16. Label requirements

17. Product restrictions

18. Additional product-specific restrictions

19. Retail channel restrictions

20. Taxation

21. Relevant laws and guidance

22. Relevant federal body

23. Relevant industry associations
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