You need the container your product came in with you. Most LP cards aren't acceptable unless it has your prescribing Doctor, amount prescribed and expiry date of your prescription.
You can medicate anywhere people are allowed to smoke cigarettes or vape.
Just use discretion around children in the public.
You don’t need the original container. It’s helpful, but the receipt should contain the same information and also counts as legal proof independently.
Very intrigued by JWC's pricing strategy; As far as I'm aware they're the first LP to offer reduced pricing for quantity. Hopefully others follow suit, as this has always been an integral part of the cannabis market.
edit: I goofed, JWC stands for james wagner cultivation, not james wagner cannabis
I can’t read your picture because I’m on mobile, but there are other LPs who have different pricing based on quantity.
My cousin was afraid of monsters and nightmares.
My aunt bought a spray bottle and labeled it "Fear Away" Spray and would spray it in his room before he would go to bed. As far as i know it was just water, but he didn't complain anymore after that.
Nfld shaping up to be a unique market.
Smart move by Hiku to partner up with a local LP as it allows the company to capture far more margin at retail than non-local retailers who are capped at 8%.
Also, farm-to-table is hype. Has been a great sales channel for breweries in Ontario and I imagine so for other provinces as well.
What do you mean by 8% cap?
This chart from @TrinaFraser on twitter is a helpful guide to some of the provincial information.
Not exactly what you're looking for, but may help.
Edit: Link to her Twitter https://twitter.com/trinafraser
Work for an LP that follows health Canada guidelines very strictly. I don’t know what the rules are for rolling papers, however I know that we use futurola brand pre-rolled cones. Whatever their ingredients are are approved.
Do you work for Hydropothecary?
This kid in elementary school who had to be first at everything, and no I don't mean like super competitive in sports or whatever. I mean he had to be first in line, first in school, first out, etc.
He would be in front of the school before it even opened to students (6:30am, class started at 7am) waiting for that clock hand to touch 6:30 so he could sprint in and sit first in his class.
He would sit near the very front of the class so he could be first in line.
He would always, without-a-doubt, raise his hand as soon as the teacher asked a question to the class. Most of the time, he didn't even know the answer, the teacher would pick him and he'd start frantically looking for the answer or would make up shit.
As soon as class ended, he would SPRINT across the whole school so he could be the first out the doors.
EDIT: Here's some more weirdness: every day during recess, he would always hang out right next to the fenceline closest to the school. As soon as the teacher would blow the whistle, he'd be right there immediately.
The teacher would tell every one to turn in their homework from the night before in this basket thing, he'd grab it and book it to go turn it in first. Problem was the basket was on the opposite side of the classroom (remember: he sat up front). More often than not, I remember some poor soul or chair or desk getting in his way and getting trampled.
He would always be the first to finish his tests or quizzes. I never really paid attention to his grades, but I assumed he did fine since he never failed a grade. I remember blazing though a math test, as soon as I stood up to turn it in, he jumped in front of me and handed in his test first. I don't even know if he finished it.
That boy better be a Nascar driver now. I just realized this was like 20 years ago and I still remember him in great detail.
If you’re not first you’re last.
The OCS online store will be banging, despite the low margins for LPs those who have VOLUME to move come Aug/Sep will do great.
Low margins?? What do you consider low?
Bullshit fear mongering article that isn’t worth the read.
I say the same of your sentence lmao
Hahaha fair enough. I understand that it is trying to illustrate the possible negatives, but American border officials accesing credit card history throught the Patriot Act to label Canadian purchasers as "drug abusers" and effiectively ban them from crossing seems like a stretch.
Because I've read the all of the regulations, and they're actually more restrictive than the current medical regulations. And I know for a fact that this isn't currently allowed, so why they would allow it after tightening the regulations makes even less sense.
But you're right, HC isn't in charge of the rec regs, my bad.
Packaging regs, yes. They put a little disclaimer that the packaging is subject to approval.
Names should be fine though