The federal government recalled 2 strains over contamination concerns
A Canadian LP has had their licensed suspended recently due to health and safety concerns.
"The department found that Bonify Medical Cannabis was possessing, distributing and selling product that was purchased from an illegal source, and selling product that did not comply with the good production practices as required under the Cannabis Act and cannabis regulations," Eric Morrissette, a Health Canada spokesperson said in a statement.
A third party investigation alleges the company sold non-regulated product at retailers in Saskatoon, Regina and Moose Jaw. The investigation alleged that staff members were instructed to look the other way when approximately 200 kilograms of unlicensed cannabis arrived at the Winnipeg facility.
Disclaimer * The following is not legal advice * / Flying with weed in Canada is legal (yay!).
Flying can be a stressful experience for some - so who wouldn't want to fly with some dank nugs? Thankfully, the Canadian government has been gracious enough to leave people alone with their foliage, and now allows them to board a plane with Cannabis without breaking the law.
So what are the rules for flying with cannabis in Canada?:
Canadian adults can travel legally with cannabis on an airplane, but only on domestic flights.
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