Health Canada announced it will extend until June 30 its plan to modify regulatory enforcement. As such, the regulator paused site-inspections–first until May 1, and now until the end of June.
- Applicants seeking Health Canada licenses will be assessed in “compliance promotion sessions” and may also be required to undergo virtual and/or “paper” inspections.
- The move also affects requirements pertaining to on-site destruction of waste cannabis, and off-site antimicrobial treatments.
- Craft Depot CEO Calan Aldred pointed out companies buying high-demand new genetics will only set themselves apart if they make sure not to buy the same genetics as every other LP is buying.