Response to HC Legislative Review of the Cannabis Act - Nov. 2022

Updated: Nov 21


Cannabis Act Review - Nov 17, 2022
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With the "3-year" review of the Cannabis Act finally underway, the CAVCM has responded. Once again, we have addressed the issues of adding veterinarians to the list of healthcare providers that can authorize medical cannabis for our patients, including on the warning label of cannabis "Keep out of the reach of children and pets", and addressing the recently published report from the Science Advisory Committee on the development of Health Products with Cannabis for pets.

The open consultation period remains open until November 21, 2022 and individuals and organizations are encouraged to submit their feedback through an online survey or by submitting their own letter.


Reply from HC:

From: Cannabis Act Legislative Review / Examen Législatif de la Loi sur le Cannabis (HC/SC) Sent: November 18, 2022 4:39 PM To: CAVCM Subject: RE: Cannabis Act Review and the Veterinary Profession


Dear CAVCM Team,


Thank you for taking the time to share your views on the Cannabis Act Legislative Review.


Your feedback and perspectives will help inform the Expert Panel’s advice on progress made towards achieving the Act’s objectives, as well as priority areas to improve the functioning of the Act.


Cannabis Act Legislative Review Secretariat / Secrétariat de l'examen législatif de la Loi sur le cannabis

Government of Canada / Gouvernement du Canada

legreview-examenleg@hc-sc.gc.ca

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