Individuals may be registered with more than one licensed producer provided an original medical document was used with each registration.
Clients of licensed producers may also be registered with Health Canada to produce a limited amount of cannabis for their own medical purposes or to designate someone to produce it for them.
New Brunswick has said it will use a Crown corporation model, and a legislature committee has recommended the minimum age at 19.
Licensed producers have been asked to report on the amount of cannabis for medical purposes that they have .Alberta Health Minister Sarah Hoffman said while they’re still consulting on their plans “we’re working forward with that deadline in mind and we expect we will be able to achieve it.”Quebec Health Minister Gaetan Barrette said the public awareness campaign of marijuana’s health impacts is key.“An awareness campaign most of the time will take time to have a positive effect,” said Barrette.“We need to have that as soon as possible and I think Minister Petitpas Taylor is working in that direction.”Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government introduce the legalization legislation in the spring aimed at keeping marijuana out of the hands of youngsters and denying profits to black marketers.The minimum age to buy and consume cannabis will be 18, but provinces are free to set it higher. Ontario will set the minimum age at 19 and retail marijuana through government-run outlets.This may include dried marijuana that: (1) is intended for sale, but has not yet been tested/approved; (2) is approved for sale (has been tested and is ready for sale); (3) is intended for extraction activities; or (4) is being held as samples.This refers to the amount of cannabis oil that was made available for sale to registered clients during each month (expressed in kg of cannabis oil).