Virtually every professional body that deals with medical cannabis regulations would be happy to see the whole medical cannabis system disappear. With that in mind, Health Canada has produced a public survey intended to gain feedback about the effects of legalization with a question at the end designed to justify doing just that. While there […]
Month: October 2022
CANNABIS ACT FUELS OPIATE CRISIS
Nothing exposes the government’s failure to efficiently legalize cannabis more than the 10 mg THC limit on edibles. By severely restricting THC limits in edible products, Health Canada and the Cannabis Act fuels the opiate crisis, exploited recreational consumers and stimulated the underground economy. The 10 mg THClimit has also fueled the illicit industry which […]
COMPASSION CLUBS BELONG AT THE HEART OF MEDICAL CANNABIS PROGRAM￼
Long before there was a medical cannabis program, patients across Canada relied on local groups of compassionate advocates who provided high-quality, low-cost products. Instead of including these medicinal providers in the regulations for medical use, or years later when cannabis was made legal, Health Canada has dismissed these groups as non-compliant. Now that the federal […]
COULD LEGALIZATION TRUMP MEDICAL POT?
Cannabis Review Threatens Patient Gardens: A delayed review of the Cannabis Act asking Canadians a limited selection of questions has finally begun, including questions designed to justify shutting down the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR). This review allows citizens to respond to several survey questions, or add other comments, until Nov 21. […]