Current Regulatory Landscape with the new Canadian Cannabis Act

The goal of this webinar is for participants to leave with a clear understanding of what the Cannabis Act and related regulations state pertaining to the regulatory process and compliance responsibilities, Also We will cover what this means to you according to the Cannabis activities sought, conducted or to be conducted.

Susanne Picard
Instructor:
Susanne Picard
Date:
Tuesday, April 16, 2019
Time:
08:00 AM PDT | 11:00 AM EDT
Duration:
60 Minutes

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Overview:

An overview of what the new Cannabis Act and related regulations and guidelines are, pertaining to the numerous Cannabis related activities in Canada and how it changed the broader regulatory environment.

We will cover what this means to you according to the Cannabis activities sought, conducted or to be conducted. We will address a broad picture of how this new landscape impacts the regulatory process as it pertains to Cannabis for both recreational and medicinal use.

Why should you Attend: A new regulatory landscape can create some uncertainties and confusion around the related obligations and responsibilities. The goal is for participants to leave with a clear understanding of what the Cannabis Act and related regulations state pertaining to the regulatory process and compliance responsibilities.

The key take-away will be a broad understanding of the licenses and permit requirements & their limits as well as how it impacted the global regulatory landscape.

Areas Covered in the Session:

  • License requirements for key activities including cultivation, harvesting, obtaining, production, possessing, distribution, research & analytical testing, sales and import/export
  • What permits are required for the import/export of cannabis
  • Packaging requirements, cost recovery and more
  • Areas that remain in the grey
  • Best practices to set in place to meet the regulatory requirements for persons and companies involved in any aspect of the cannabis industry; this includes dealings with cannabis in its natural state (plant, flower, branches), if it is extracted or processed cannabis concentrate or not, be it in a solid or non-solid state, as well as if developed as a drug product, under the Cannabis Act and Regulations

Who Will Benefit:
  • Sponsors
  • Researchers
  • Producers
  • Sellers
  • Growers


Speaker Profile
Susanne Picard Founder and President of SPharm, is a sought-after expert on all aspects of the regulatory landscape. SPharm is a leading regulatory affairs consultancy headquartered in Canada that services clients around the globe.




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