Regulations For Cannabis Edibles, Extracts And Topicals To Take Effect In October 2019 – Food, Drugs, Healthcare, Life Sciences – Canada

On June 14, 2019 the Government of Canada announced its final amendments to the Cannabis Regulations
(the “Regulations“), which set the rules
for the production and sale of cannabis edibles, extracts and
topicals the three new classes of cannabis products that
will be legal for recreational use in Canada later this year.

The Regulations will come into force on October 17, 2019. Health
Canada advises that it will begin to accept applications for new
product licences in mid-September 2019. However, consistent with
the regulations in force now, licence holders will be required to
give Health Canada 60-days’ written notice before making a new
cannabis product available for sale. This means the earliest date
that cannabis edibles, extracts, and topicals can be put on shelves
or in online stores will be December 16, 2019.

Changes from draft Regulations proposed last year

After Health Canada proposed its draft regulations for

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