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The voluminous regulations to Canada’s Cannabis Act are set to be published on July 11, 2018 and include a number of items that are consistent with indications provided by the government in the consultation process. This bulletin summarizes provisions likely to be of interest to licensed producers and their counterparties. Outdoor cultivation of cannabis is permitted, but cannot be mixed with indoor cultivation, or conducted adjacent to a school, public playground, daycare facility or other public place frequented mainly by individuals under 18 years of age. There are exemptions from certain equipment and sanitation requirements for outdoor grow operations. Export is only permitted for medical and scientific purposes, and then only with a permit. Recreational export is prohibited. What Canada’s Cannabis Act Regulations Mean for Licensed Producers

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