Beat the guesswork with our trusted team of licensing experts with years of experience in this new industry
Non-medical (recreational) cannabis became legal in Canada in October 2018 and edibles became legal in October 2019. Ever since, we’ve been assisting clients with the complex and in-depth application process at all levels of government (federal, provincial and municipal).
Our team ensures your application is complete and accurate, and is submitted to the appropriate government offices in a timely manner.
Here are some of the services we provide:
Cannabis Retail Store
Cannabis Retail Store – authorized to sell non-medical cannabis products (dried flower, edibles, oils, capsules, etc.) and cannabis accessories (bongs, papers, vape pens, etc.). At this time, Licensees can only sell federally approved cannabis products distributed by the cannabis distribution branch.
Standard Cultivation License – Grow cannabis on a large scale and allows for the production of dried, fresh, plants and seeds.
Micro-Cultivation License – Grow cannabis on a small scale (less than 200m2 growing surface) and allows for the production of dried, fresh, plants and seeds.
Standard Processing License – Make cannabis products on a large scale and allows for the manufacturing of packaged cannabis products.
Micro-Processing License – Make cannabis products on a small scale (using ≤ 600kg dried cannabis in a calendar year) and allows for the manufacturing of packaged cannabis products (ie: flower, edibles, oils, etc.)
Nursery License – Grow cannabis for starting material (ie: plants and seeds) and allows for the production of plants, and seeds in an area that is less than 50 m2.
Analytical Testing License – Testing and Third Party testing of cannabis
Research License – Allows for research and development with cannabis.