Cannabis regulations for licensed producers
Import and export, production and safety, medical documents, ethical conduct and advertising rules.
Services and information
Overview of the process, what you need to know before applying, prepare your information and documents, apply for a licence, after submitting your application.
Consumer information, including serious warnings and precautions.
Product quality, sanitation program, standard operating procedures, creating a recall system.
Electronic submission, transfer, registration refusal, return of medical documents, record keeping and compliance.
Information on the expectation of ethical conduct for licensed producers.
Information package to help licensed producers prepare for an inspection by Health Canada.
Advertising restrictions, consequences of non-compliance.
Outlines the limited circumstances under which Health Canada would consider the import or export of cannabis.
Licence holders' obligations in the use of pest control products (PCPs) in cannabis production, registered PCPs, testing information.
Help for regulated parties to comply with Cannabis Act, regulations, policies.
What licensed producers must provide to Health Canada for reporting.
Administrative monetary penalties (AMPs), how AMPs are calculated, AMP monetary ranges, Notice of Violations (NoVs), Ministerial Orders.
Restrictions on cannabis product packaging and promotion, restrictions on how it looks, smells or tastes.
All packaging, labelling requirements for all cannabis product types including contents, expiry, warnings, branding.
Who needs to report a loss or theft of cannabis, and how to fill out the Loss or theft of cannabis form
Mandatory reporting requirements, adverse reaction, side effects, health and safety issues.
Difference between extracts and edibles, factors to determine difference, what licence holders should do.
What licence holders must do, consequences of not paying fees on time.
Hazard analysis for cannabis extracts and edibles, control measures, critical points in process, implementation.
Products deliberately made with intoxicating cannabinoids other than delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (delta-9-THC).
What we are doing
Laws and regulations
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