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Develop new cannabis products or clinical studies

Under the Canadian Cannabis Act and Regulations, companies seeking to perform research on cannabis with the intention of developing new products and technologies will be required to hold the Cannabis Research License.

Personnel Requirements:

  • Responsible person
  • Alternate responsible person

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A Research & Development License holder is authorized to conduct experiments and testing on every form and derivative of cannabis, including live plants, fresh and dried plant material, seeds, oil, wax, and manufactured items such as edibles. This license encompasses all kinds of cannabis-related study, from advancements toward better growing and processing techniques, to improving upon cannabis-based products, and more.

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Routine inspections are required to monitor and verify that cannabis businesses are in accordance with federal laws set forth by governing agencies. We help businesses meet federal regulation standards.

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cannabis farming

Grow Cannabis

Produce ( not sell ) dried or fresh cannabis, plants and seeds.

recreational cannabis sales

Sell Recreational Cannabis

Sell recreational cannabis to consumers over the age of 18.

Make Cannabis Products

Trim, cut, dry, extract, manufacture, package, label cannabis products.

Conduct Cannabis Testing

Conduct analytical testing for purity, potency, identity.

Sell Medical Cannabis

Sell cannabis as medicine for registered users.

New Cannabis Product Development

New Product Development

Develop new cannabis products or set up a clinical study.

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