In the wake of cannabis legalization pharmacists in the province of Ontario now have to undergo a mandatory cannabis course in order to keep practising.
It has now been half a year since Canada legalized cannabis. What has happened..? Well- to begin with taxes have been boosting. Jobs and profits have been made and the black market has been diminished.
The Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada is investing $1.5 million in a new, never before researched study. They are teaming up with the Canadian Institutes of Health Research to perform this research. The goal is to see if MS could be treated with cannabis.
The famous Hollywood actor and stoner comedian Seth Rogen is teaming upp with Canopy Growth. Together they are starting the cannabis company Houseplant in Canada.
Nielsen is a global data analytics company and Headset is providing analysis and data pertaining to the cannabis industry. These companies are now teaming up in order to investigate the North American market.
Tilray Inc. from British Columbia is buying one of the worlds largest producers of hemp food products –Manitoba Harvest- in order to speed up their expansion in the market.
The number of colleges and universities who are offering education into the growing cannabis industry sector is ever expanding, it seems.
According to the law, all staff handling cannabis in Ontario will have to go through a 4-hour online course, a mandatory training at CannSell. They will then get certified.
The proposed restrictions from Health Canada when it comes to THC potency for edibles are not good, according to the legal cannabis industry.