CBD Oil News Canada - CBD News across the Great White North
Living on either side of the US/Canada means that comparison between the two countries is almost requisite: After all, the two countries share the world’s largest trade partnership and the longest international border. And as in so many areas, the simplicity and libertarianism of CBD laws in Canada blows away those of her southerly neighbor. To put it plainly, essentially all forms of hemp, cannabis, THC and CBD oil products are freely available and legal everywhere in Canada as of October 2018. Nice.
What’s the worst kind of pain? At the top of the list is debilitating chronic pain that, despite painkillers and other treatments, is unrelenting day after daySource: reddeeradvocate.com
Here's our roundup of the best cannabis products on the market in Canada this month, including an Indigenous strain from Nova ScotiaSource: straight.com
A Saskatoon man is calling for Health Canada to approve medicinal cannabis products for therapeutic use so he won’t go hungrySource: globalnews.ca
I’ll be the first to admit I’m a CBD skepticSource: straight.com
When it comes to exports, it’s been a long, strange trip for Canada’s cannabis companiesSource: theglobeandmail.com
TORONTO - Canadian cannabis and psychedelics companies that have been eyeing the U.S. market have a few new reasons to celebrate. Through U.SSource: thestar.com
Not Oct. 17, 2018, when cannabis was first legalized in Canada, but two years later, when I went out for a walk to pick up some drinkablesSource: thespec.com
TORONTO — Canadian cannabis and psychedelics companies that have been eyeing the U.S. market have a few new reasons to celebrate. Through U.SSource: timescolonist.com
A BUSINESSWOMAN who forged an unlikely friendship with Peter Howson during treatment for anorexia as a teenager has the Glasgow artist to thank, in part, for a new venture thatSource: heraldscotland.com
The fake cannabinoids are coming. And, like the artificial meat popping up on fast-food menus and grocery shelves across the country, they could disrupt multiple industriesSource: stcatharinesstandard.ca
Giffin, his brother Jordan and Jack MacDonald, all Halifax men in their mid-20s, established Giffin Technologies in 2017 to make value-added products from hemp seedSource: capebretonpost.com
The Second Cup LtdSource: theglobeandmail.com
Canopy Growth Corp. and Acreage Holdings IncSource: business.financialpost.com
Some major cannabis companies in Canada are facing a multi-million dollar proposed class-action lawsuit over allegations the potency of their products is “drastically different” than advertisedSource: globalnews.ca
A Philadelphia cannabis firm has joined the race to create a COVID-19 cure using cannabinoidsSource: greenentrepreneur.com
Question: My father has dementia and we have been looking after him at homeSource: healthydebate.ca
Health Canada has been flagging legal cannabis products containing incorrect amounts of THC content — up to five times more of the ingredient than advertisedSource: calgarysun.com
Tilray Inc., Acreage Holdings Inc., and Sunniva Inc. had the highest-paid executives and directors among cannabis companies, according to a new survey by Bedford Consulting GroupSource: bostonglobe.com
A team of Canadian scientists believes it has found strong strains of cannabis that could help prevent and then treat coronavirus infections, according to interviews and a studySource: nypost.com
Happy with your chocolate CBD bar? Blissed out by your banana sundae with THC sauce? Well, that’s good news! Seriously, I mean itSource: bcbusiness.ca
Stars and Stripes is making stories on the coronavirus pandemic available free of charge. See other free reports here. Sign up for our daily coronavirus newsletter hereSource: stripes.com
Cannabis extracts are showing potential in making people more resistant to the novel coronavirus, says an Alberta researcher leading a studySource: nugget.ca
Cannabis, or marijuana, is the most commonly used recreational drug that has several psychoactive propertiesSource: news-medical.net
Unlocking the full potential of cannabis for agriculture and human health will require a co-ordinated scientific effort to assemble and map the cannabis genome, says a just-published internationalSource: news-medical.net
Not only did the Canadian federal government give consumers carte blanche to buy Cannabidiol (CBD) products and other substances derived from the cannabis sativa plant, the regulatory framework was completely in place by the time the Cannabis Act of 2018 had gone in effect. Today, the Canadian government has an authority in place to regulate and study such product.
Health Canada oversees essentially the entire CBD market in the country under auspices of the Cannabis Act. Health Canada is tasked with controlling the possession, production, distribution and sale of cannabis and cannabis-derived products on the national level, but the Act still calls for individual provincial and territorial governments to set specific regulations on sale and distribution within their own region; these regulations include guidelines on product sales and distribution locations.
Even before full regulation, Canada’s federal government encouraged farmers in a handful of provinces to grow hemp and/or cannabis and Health Canada still does so. Information on local regulations and the licensure required for cultivation, production, sale and import/export are freely available from the government.
Areas falling under the strictest new regulatory guidelines of the Cannabis Act are THC/CBD food products (a.k.a. “edibles”) and CBD for pets. The Act specifically calls for such over-the-counter products to reduce appeal to the underaged, reduce risk of accidental dosage and typical prevention of foodborne illnesses required of food distributors.
Perhaps more than any single country or region, Canada in the 2020s should prove to be a serious growth market – so keep a bookmark here at CBDnewsAggregator.com for the latest news on CBD oil products in Canada.