Health Canada has proposed new regulations that would place stricter limits on the advertising and promotion of vaping products and make health warnings on vaping products mandatory. According to Health Canada, the proposed Vaping Products Promotion Regulations (the Proposed Regulations) under the Tobacco and Vaping Products Act (TVPA) are a stated effort to mitigate the impact of vaping product promotion on young persons and non-users of nicotine containing products.
Regulatory and legal risks abound in developing business areas, such as the recently legalized cannabis industry in Canada. One of the key challenges for industry participants that are reporting issuers relates to meeting disclosure obligations.
With Cannabis being originally legalized in Canada on October 17, 2018, a year later on the same date, Cannabis edibles have been legalized in Canada. The legalization of Cannabis edibles in Canada permit edibles to be sold and consumed effective October 17, 2019.
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