Although Canada has a well-established legal market for cannabis and CBD products, it continues to identify ways to expand access to the legal market. One proposal that has received great interest is cannabis health products (CHPs), which would allow access to health products containing cannabis without oversight by a health care practitioner. This report offers a comprehensive and detailed overview of the current regulatory framework in place for CBD and cannabis in Canada, covering all areas of law from cultivation and growing requirements, finished products and extracts, to the country’s medical and recreational cannabis regimes. It also includes our personal analysis of current proposals being put forward to further regulate the market.
Canada has a unique cannabis and CBD market, with wide-ranging regulations. It is also home to some of world’s largest cannabis companies. If you are interested in the Canadian market, then this is the report for you. It will enable you to develop a clear idea of the legal framework governing cannabis and CBD, as well as prepare for any upcoming changes and proposals.
1 Executive Summary
3 Hemp Plant
4 Extracts as Finished Product
5 Finished Products Containing CBD and Extracts
6 Import and Export
7 Medical Cannabis
8 Recreational Cannabis
9 Relevant Laws
10 Relevant Bodies
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