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Regulating Cannabis Edibles

A Specialized Forum for Municipal, Provincial and Federal Regulators and the Cannabis Industry

October 22 - 23, 2019  ·  Toronto, Ontario
 
   
 
Featuring These Industry Experts:
Sokic Leisk Turner Mana Heed
Campbell Engel Busse Paine Revich
Roach Bear Rosenthal Serebryany Huggins
 
 
Prepare Now For The New And Expanding Challenges Of The Edibles Market
  • Understand new edibles regulations
  • Learn how differently flowers and edibles are metabolized, how the highs differ and why it matters
  • Hear top cannabis company viewpoints on how regulations will impact the industry
  • Understand the impact of cannabis and cannabis edibles on planning, zoning and licensing of retail and production facilities
  • Understand how the black market operates, impact of shortages, impact of the black market on legal establishments and impact of legalization on the black market
  • See a live demonstration of defence lawyer challenges to impaired driving charges
  • Learn how potency, purity and dosages are measured and tested
 
   
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Who Should Attend This Event

From Municipalities, Provincial Governments and Health Authorities
  • Elected officials
  • City Managers
  • City Clerk General Managers,
  • Planning and Development General Managers,
  • Engineering General Manager, Finance, Technology
  • HR General Managers, Parks, Recreation and Culture Manager,
  • Area Planning and Development
  • Land Development Engineers
  • Law Enforcement
  • Policy Analysts and Advisors
  • Directors and Managers of Intergovernmental Relations and Strategic Partnerships
  • Strategist, Intergovernmental and Corporate Strategy
  • Municipal Lawyers
  • Public Health Officials
  • Public Safety Officials
  • Provincial officials dealing with legalization issues
From Cannabis Producers and Distributors
  • Licensed Producers
  • Analytical Chemists
  • QC Chemists/ Technologists
  • QC Managers
  • QA Associates/Managers
  • Quality Managers and Associates
  • Method Development Analysts
From First Nations Organizations
  • First Nations Policy Analysts
  • Band Managers
 
 
2018's Event Featured These Industry Experts and Many More!
Rueda Sherrard Wasserman Rowland Foster
Dexter Fabiani-Carter Hall Gracewood Hyde
Bousfield Aird Desai Bishop
 
   
 
Highlights from INFONEX's Municipal Issues in the Legalization of Cannabis Toronto:

   
 
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Overall, this conference was of high quality. Case studies were excellent!
- Senior Advisor, Policy, Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA)
  
Fascinating and relevant, very knowledgeable.
- Manager, People Effectiveness, House of Commons
   
Lots of great information and dynamic speakers.
- Manager, Legislation Development, HRSDC
   
Excellent presentation overall. Very informative and useful information.
- Project Officer, Canada Revenue Agency
   
I got some great ideas to bring back and start applying. Very relevant to where my project is now.
- Project Manager, BC Ministry of the Attorney General
     
 
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As we enter the second phase of cannabis legalization with the introduction of cannabis edibles, topicals, beverages and concentrates we face new challenges: New products, market expansion, edibles that metabolize differently, kick in later and last longer, increased concern about unintentional consumption by children and over consumption by adults impatient to feel the effects.

The stakes are high. Once again, municipal officials and other regulators are on the front line. From increased impaired driving accidents and fatalities, to the impact on the black market, and the potential impact on vulnerable populations, there's no telling what the consequences of a failure to effectively regulate cannabis will be. You need to take all necessary steps to be prepared – and that means acquiring the best information anywhere available.

That's why we created Infonex's program Stage 2 - Regulating Cannabis Edibles: A Specialized Forum for Municipal and Other Regulators. This is an opportunity to hear the foremost experts on the key issues and receive the most up-to-date information possible.

Topics covered will include: new and expanding product lines; the tremendous expansion in the cannabis market; the new cannabis culture; differences between recreational and medicinal regimes; a deep dive into the edibles regulations and industry viewpoints on the impact the regulations will have on the emerging cannabis industry in Canada; planning, zoning, licensing, of cannabis and cannabis edible production facilities and retail; problems that can arise with home cultivation; evidence-based research on cannabis and cannabis edibles; policing issues including potential challenges to impaired driving charges; stats and facts on the black market, how it operates, adequacy of clearances and background checks, impact of shortages; and finally, in light of the new edibles market, a reconsideration of the potential for lounges and restaurants.

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