With topicals now legal in Canada, the Ontario cannabis industry is ready to adapt to the changes that come with new products and regulations. If you’re working or studying to work in the industry, you should understand how oils, creams, lotions, and other such products work to have the product knowledge you need. Many people may prefer these products if they don’t wish to orally consume cannabis, so topicals open up a wide opportunity for new consumers and growth in the cannabis industry. Knowing how these products are absorbed by the body and different variations to expect can help you.. READ MORE »
The cannabis industry is growing in Canada. With the next wave of legalization set for October 2019, edibles, topicals, and extracts will be available to consumers. Canada has a leadership position in the cannabis sector, with the next stage of legalization projected to create a consumer market worth $2.5 billion per year. Edibles alone are expected to be worth approximately $1.6 billion per year, with cannabis-infused beverages projected to bring in $529 million annually. Read on to learn how the cannabis industry is giving Canada’s economy a boost! Canada’s Industry Has Many Key Advantages Over Other Markets Canada has some.. READ MORE »
The cannabis retail industry is working hard to promote inclusion and gender equality. Learn how this is being addressed if you’re in cannabis retail training.
When recreational cannabis was legalized across Canada in October, many people predicted that products high in tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)—the compound that causes users to get “high”—would be especially popular. However, since legalization a surprising trend has emerged: cannabidiol (CBD) products have been flying off of store shelves much faster than THC products. CBD products are largely non-psychoactive, meaning they don’t cause a “high.” Yet stores are struggling to keep their CBD products in stock. So why has CBD become so popular? Check out some of the reasons below if you’re considering a career in cannabis. 1. Those with a Cannabis Dispensary.. READ MORE »
The sale of cannabis edibles will be legal in Canada no later than October 17, 2019. To prepare, Health Canada recently released its proposed regulations for manufacturing and selling them. While the regulations are likely to be tweaked before edibles sales are legalized, they provide a useful glimpse into the sort of regulatory framework anybody working in the cannabis sector can expect. If you’re thinking about a career in cannabis, you should pay close attention to the proposed rules. The regulations will affect many different sectors of the cannabis industry, including retail, marketing, and production. Let’s take a look at.. READ MORE »