These new regulations have changed the way Canadians access marijuana for medicinal purposes by taking into account the foundation of a new system of supply and distribution by authorized producers. These producers are monitored by Health Canada and are liable for security necessities, reviews, and satisfactory production methods. As more and more producers enter this field, staying top of mind and more importantly standing out in this growing industry will become the number one priority. Building a brand and maintaining an online presence is now imperative to the success of cannabis producers in Canada.
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Advertising medical marijuana is similar to advertising any other narcotic under the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR). Advertisement to the general public is prohibited under the Narcotic Control Regulations (NCR). “Advertisement” is defined broadly under the Narcotic Control Regulations (NCR). The term ‘advertisement’ is defined broadly to encompass any “representation” that “directly or indirectly” promotes […]
This post provides an analysis of the Cannabis Access for Medical Purposes Survey (C.A.M.P.S.) performed by the University of British Columbia, the Canadian AIDS Society, the Canadian Treatment Action Council, the Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network, and the Canadian Association of Medical Cannabis Dispensaries (CAMCD). The 628 respondents were 71% male, 29% female and 0.5% transgender […]