Canadian companies pushing the cannabis envelope

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COVID-19 might be keeping many Canadians indoors and idle, but the activity has not slowed for a number of cannabis providers who continue to identify new and innovative approaches to benefit marijuana consumers. Consider what’s going on in Quebec. ROSE LifeScience Inc. — a private company created in 2016 that is committed to ensuring its home province benefits from the responsible production, sale and use of cannabis — has launched Quebec’s first cannabis micro-producer, according to the company . The launch is under DLYS, a brand-collective that unites regional micro-producers in the province so they can share resources and help bring local cannabis to market. Wellness company sees super-strength weed being at heart of super-strength anti-ageing skin spray Helping military veterans address PTSD focus of planned Canadian study This Saskatchewan farmer actually embraces ‘weeds’ The collective simplifies the distribution process for local producers, thereby “making it easier to share their expertise with Quebec’s consumer market,” according to ROSE. ROSE does its part by working directly with the Société québécoise du cannabis (SQDC) — which has a legislated monopoly on recreational weed sales in the province and is currently the exclusive retailer for ROSE products and brands — to advance those efforts. In Quebec, only companies or persons with a cultivation permit issued by Health Canada can legally grow cannabis, either indoors or outdoors, notes information from the SQDC . A micro-cultivator can have a facility of 200 square metres or 2,150 square feet. Developed by Abitibi, Que.-based mindiCANNA, the first cannabis micro-producer to emerge in Quebec, Amos craft cannabis products are the first offerings under the DLYS moniker to hit SQDC shelves. The products — like those that will follow — are all local. Keeping things local is a central goal of ROSE, whose new initiative will help to bring…

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