Brendan Kennedy of Privateer Holdings
Legalization is less than one year away, and so many questions remain: will adults purchase cannabis through liquor outlets? Will edibles and/or concentrates be allowed? What’s the best case scenario for cannabis users and for Canadian public health? Now that “when” is largely settled, this panel will explore the “how” of cannabis legalization in Canada.
With pharmacies lobbying to dispense medical cannabis products, and all levels of government trying to determine how to manage the rapid growth of dispensaries throughout the nation, this panel will consider the future of dispensaries and community-based access in Canada.
The future is uncertain for most cannabis businesses in Canada. As business is conducted under medical auspices, will there be a pathway for these mom and pops to be part of the regulated system? Will legalization be the end of medical marijuana as we know it? Where do things stand with the ACMPR? Our panel of experts discusses the recent medical marijuana changes in Canada and what policies might lie ahead.
Ed Rosenthal receives an ICBC lifetime achievement award for cannabis activism.
A growing acceptance of medical cannabis and the inevitability of legal adult access have resulted in significant innovation and investments into cannabis-related businesses, products, and ancillary services; meet the minds behind some of world’s most cutting-edge canna-companies and organizations.
What are the pro’s and cons of different extraction processes? From Hydrocarbon to C02, to ethanol extraction as well as solvent less methods. We will also discuss the process that is Short Path Molecular distillation for producing near pure cannabinoids.