Patient and MED advocate Ashley Keenan noted in a Leafly piece that with REC legalization has come excise tax on MED, a dosage limit for edibles, and a trend of landlords and condo boards to harden anti-cannabis rules. Leafly
- Trina Fraser countered that legalization also struck down storage limits for those producing their own MED, made MED documents transferable between LPs, eased registration renewal processing, and removed purchase restrictions. Twitter—Trina Fraser
Health Canada is getting some MED research projects licensed, at long last. Inside the Jar
The Canadian Centre for Substance Use and Addiction (CCSA), which opposed legalization, published a series of infographics. One about medications that “can interact with cannabis,” warned of interactions with 13 common medication types, including OTC products. MED advocates were unimpressed.
- The CCSA has previously claimed cannabis use was related to over 850 deaths in 2014, and also argued that it was only a “hypothesis” that alcohol was more toxic to the body than cannabis. Daily Hive, Maclean’s