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Canada Proposes to Streamline Requirements for Cannabis Regulations

The amendments cover five core aspects of cannabis regulations, namely, licensing, personnel and physical security measures, production requirements, packaging and labeling requirements, as well as record-keeping and reporting.

On June 8, 2024, Canada proposed amendments to certain regulations concerning cannabis, aiming to streamline current regulatory requirements for cannabis. Several key cannabis regulations are involved, including the Cannabis Act, the Cannabis Regulations, the Cannabis Tracking System Order, the Industrial Hemp Regulations, the Cannabis Exemption (Food and Drugs Act) Regulations, and the Natural Health Products Regulations.

These amendments cover five core aspects, namely, licensing, personnel and physical security measures, production requirements, packaging and labeling requirements, as well as record-keeping and reporting. Public comments can be sent to cannabis.consultation@hc-sc.gc.ca before July 8. Details are as follows:

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