[vc_row full_width=”stretch_row” parallax=”content-moving” css=”.vc_custom_1544397313534{padding-top: 75px !important;padding-bottom: 50px !important;background: #5e5e5e url(https://www.cannabisconsulting.ca/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/marijuana-LP.jpg?id=5287);background-position: center;background-repeat: no-repeat !important;background-size: cover !important;}”][vc_column][vc_icon type=”typicons” icon_typicons=”typcn typcn-weather-cloudy” color=”white” size=”xl” align=”center”][vc_custom_heading text=”Welcome to our FAQ Area” font_container=”tag:h1|font_size:60|text_align:center|color:%23ffffff” use_theme_fonts=”yes”][vc_column_text css=”.vc_custom_1511152393208{margin-bottom: 0px !important;}” el_class=”tight”]

Frequently asked questions regarding the cannabis industry here in Canada.

[/vc_column_text][vc_wp_search el_class=”tight”][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_empty_space height=”50px”][vc_row_inner][vc_column_inner][vc_toggle title=”Hydro or organic cultivation?” style=”simple” color=”black” size=”lg”]For novice cultivators a fertilizer setup is significantly more sympathetic than an entangled hydroponic setup and requires less gear and expense. Hydroponic developing guarantees your plants get ideal nourishment levels and will expand your yields however there will be no distinction in strength between the two strategies.

Learner cultivators should begin with a fertilizer based develop before endeavoring a hydroponic setup. There is some inquiry regarding the utilization of hydroponics with cannabis as not at all like different harvests it is by and large smoked. Numerous supplement arrangements utilize forceful chemicals and there is some worry over concoction buildup that may stay in the plant tissue after gather. There are presently some incredible natural based manures accessible and compost based yields can without much of a stretch match hydroponic products.[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”How do i find the typical cost for licensed producers charge for there product?” style=”simple” color=”black” size=”lg”]You should contact the authorized maker straightforwardly to price data. A rundown of authorized makers and their contact data is kept up on the List of Authorized Licensed Producers web page on the Health Canada site.[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”Can licensed producers sell products other than dried cannabis?” style=”simple” color=”black” size=”lg”]

Truly. Authorized makers are permitted to give dried pot to therapeutic purposes.

[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”How do I register with a licensed producer?” style=”simple” color=”black” size=”lg”]

On the off chance that your social insurance specialist bolsters the utilization of pot for therapeutic purposes for your situation, he/she should finish a medical document on your benefit.

You should likewise contact the authorized maker to get an enlistment shape, if required, to finish and submit alongside your restorative report. The enrollment shape and medicinal record must be submitted straightforwardly to the authorized producer. Do not send your therapeutic archive or enlistment frame to Health Canada.

For more data, see Procedures for Accessing Marijuana for Medical Purposes.

[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”Can licensed producers sell different kinds strains?” style=”simple” color=”black” size=”lg”]

Truly. If it’s not too much trouble contact licensed producers for extra data.

[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”Does all cannabis licensed producers cultivate quality assured?” style=”simple” color=”black” size=”lg”]

Authorized makers are required to take after the Technical Specifications for Testing Dried Marihuana for Medical Purposes. This record is accessible on the Health Canada site and frameworks the conditions that must be met for quality affirmation. Wellbeing Canada examines authorized makers to guarantee they meet the necessities of the controls, including these details.

[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”Is the MMAR currently still in effect?” style=”simple” color=”black” size=”lg”]

No. The MMAR were revoked on March 31, 2014; be that as it may, because of a Federal Court Order conceded on March 21, 2014, people who were beforehand approved to have and create weed under the MMAR, and who meet the terms of the Court Order, will have the capacity to keep on doing so on a between time premise until the point that the Court achieves a ultimate choice. As requested by the Court, people with an Authorization to Possess (ATP) substantial on March 21, 2014, may hold a most extreme amount of dried cannabis as indicated by their ATP or 150 grams, whichever is less.

[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”What is the limit for how much cannabis I can have at one time?” style=”simple” color=”black” size=”lg”]

Truly. Under the cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations there is an ownership top of either 30 grams the every day amount of dried cannabis demonstrated by your medicinal services specialist on your restorative record, or 150 grams of dried weed, whichever is less. You can’t have or store a measure of cannabis that surpasses this sum.


[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”How does cannabis legislation compare with current tobacco legislation?” style=”simple” color=”black” size=”lg”]

The Cannabis Act and the Tobacco Act both focus on common public health issues, this includes restricting access to youth and improving public awareness of the drug.

The planned Cannabis Act contains promotion and packaging prohibitions very similar to the Tobacco Act to align cannabis restrictions currently in place for tobacco use – such as smoking restrictions in the workplace or on public transit.

[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”When will Canadians be able to legally purchase cannabis products?” style=”simple” color=”black” size=”lg”]Bill C-45, the proposed Cannabis bill, is currently in front of the Senate for review. The Senate intends that it will hold a third reading vote on Bill C-45 no later than June 7, 2018.[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”What kind of advertising be allowed?” style=”simple” color=”black” size=”lg”]The proposed restrictions on cannabis promotion are intended for the youth from being persuaded through marketing to consume cannabis products.

The proposed Act includes restrictions on promotional activities, such as:

  • Promotion appealing to youth.
  • A promotion that includes false, misleading, deceitful information.
  • Promotion through sponsorship, testimonials, or endorsements.
  • Promotion using the depictions of persons, celebrities, characters, or animals.

[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”What will an adult in Canada be allowed to do when the Cannabis Act comes into force?” style=”simple” color=”black” size=”lg”]Once the Cannabis Act is enacted, adults in Canada will be allowed to legally engage in the following:

  • Purchase fresh or dried cannabis, cannabis oil, plants and seeds for cultivation from either a provincially or territorially regulated retailer, or where this option is not available, directly from a federally licensed producer;
  • Share up to 30 grams or the equivalent of legal cannabis and legal cannabis products with other adults;
  • Possess up to 30 grams of dried legal cannabis or equivalent in public;
  • Alter cannabis at home in order to prepare varying types of cannabis products (e.g., edibles) for personal use provided that no dangerous organic solvents are used in the process.
  • Cultivate up to 4 plants in their own residence (4 plants total per household); and

[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”Canadians who wish to cultivate the legal number of cannabis plants, where will they get seeds or clones?” style=”simple” color=”black” size=”lg”]Once legislation comes into force, Canadians wishing to grow a personal supply of cannabis will be able to purchase their seeds from a provincially or territorially regulated retailer or from a federally licensed producer.[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”Canadians who wish to cultivate the legal number of cannabis plants, where will they get seeds or clones?” style=”simple” color=”black” size=”lg”]Once legislation comes into force, Canadians wishing to grow a personal supply of cannabis will be able to purchase their seeds from a provincially or territorially regulated retailer or from a federally licensed producer.[/vc_toggle][/vc_column_inner][/vc_row_inner][vc_custom_heading text=”Licensed Producers” font_container=”tag:h3|text_align:left” use_theme_fonts=”yes”][vc_row_inner][vc_column_inner][vc_toggle title=”Do I need to renew my licence?” style=”simple” color=”black” size=”lg”]

All Health Canada authorized cannabis producers should apply to updated their permit at least three months previous to the permits termination period. An authorized producer can’t continue to cultivate or manufacture cannabis without a legitimate permit.

[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”Where do I get the application to become a licensed producer?” style=”simple” color=”black” size=”lg”]

The application form is available on the Health Canadas Licensed Producers web page.

[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”What document(s) are needed for a licensed producers to sign-up a client?” style=”simple” color=”black” size=”lg”]

As an authorized producer, while enrolling and restoring customers you should guarantee:

A unique medicinal record has been submitted as a major aspect of the application for enrollment;

Checking the data contained on the record with the supporting medicinal services expert (according to segment 110(c) of the MMPR) each time a therapeutic report is gotten; and

the documentation of these confirmations as a major aspect of your record keeping commitments (Part 6 of the MMPR). For more data on the prerequisite to affirm the legitimacy of the therapeutic report, please reference the Medical Documents data announcement.

[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”Can provinces and territories restrict the amount of plants individuals are allowed to grow ?” style=”simple” color=”black” size=”lg”]

Provincial, territorial and even municipal governments will be able to enforce further restrictions on individuals within there jurisdiction aside from what is outlined in Bill C-45, the proposed Cannabis Act.


[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”What is needed to become a licensed producer?” style=”simple” color=”black” size=”lg”]

To become licensed into an authorized cannabis producer, you should meet all necessities of the MMPR, including however not restricted to:

  • acquiring the correct workforce with an exceptional status;
  • meeting the physical security prerequisites for the development and capacity regions; and
  • presenting a finished authorized maker application.

[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”Does the proposed legislation protect Canadian youth?” style=”simple” color=”black” size=”lg”]

Public education is a critical part of the approach to project youth.The Cannabis Act contains a number of specific provisions designed to help keep cannabis and cannabis products off of the hands of children including the following:

  • A prohibition against providing or selling cannabis to youth;
  • The creation of a new offence of using a minor to commit an offence relating to the distribution, sale, import, export, or production of cannabis;
  • Prohibiting the selling, packaging, and labelling of cannabis products that are considered appealing to youth;
  • Prevent youth from being persuaded to use cannabis products by establishing many of the same advertising restrictions as exist for tobacco products;
  • Prohibiting the sale of cannabis through a self-service display or vending machine; and
  • Allowing the making of regulations that would require such things as childproof packaging and a universal THC symbol.


[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”What role will provinces and territories play under the proposed new Bill?” style=”simple” color=”black” size=”lg”]

 Legalization and regulation is going to require movement by all provinces, territories, and municipalities. The Bill states that provinces and territories will have to take responsibility for creating, implementing, maintaining and enforcing processes to oversee cannabis, in close collaboration with municipalities.

[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”Will users be allowed to use cannabis in places like cafes and bars, or festivals?” style=”simple” color=”black” size=”lg”]

Under the Cannabis Act, provinces and territories, under their own laws, can set additional guidelines and local requirements related to the consumptions of cannabis, including restricting where and how cannabis can be consumed.