The Cannabis Act will provide a comprehensive national framework for restricted access to regulated cannabis and control its production, distribution, sale, importation, exportation and possession. Within that framework, new sets of regulations were published on July 11, 2018, that spell out the rules and standards for authorized cannabis production, distribution, sale, importation and exportation among other things.
With the legalization of recreational cannabis approaching, regulations are being set to control the advertising and promotion of the product. Health Canada has indicated that it will not be pre-publishing the regulations for consultation. At this time, it does not appear that the proposed regulations will supplement the advertising provisions of the Cannabis Act, except in relation to packaging and labelling.
The three popular articles this week on HRinfodesk deal with the Remembrance Day Bill enactment, the release of the 2017 sunshine list, and the federal cannabis regulation consultation feedback report.
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