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Ontario Unveils Plans for Retail Cannabis Sales

On Thursday, September 27, 2018, the Government of Ontario introduced new legislation to regulate the sale and recreational use of cannabis. The proposed legislation provides a full-framework for the regulation of cannabis retail following its legalization.

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LCBO to Control Retail and Online Cannabis Sales in Ontario

Yasir Naqvi, Attorney General, Charles Sousa, Minister of Finance and Dr. Eric Hoskins, Minister of Health and Long-Term Care, announced Ontario’s planned approach to the federal legalization of cannabis as proposed by Bill C-45, the Cannabis Act, this morning. Bill C-45 left significant discretion to the provinces for determining the appropriate distribution, sale and retailing of cannabis.

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An Overview of Q2 2017 Healthcare Deal Activity in Canada

A look at the current healthcare landscape in Canada, including financing, mergers & acquisitions, notable transactions and big announcements.

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Cameron Mingay Discusses Potential Marijuana Supply Crunch with Bloomberg

With the legalization of recreational marijuana in Canada slated to occur within the next 12 months, a looming concern is whether Canada's supply will meet its demand. In a recent Bloomberg article, Cameron Mingay discusses practical realities associated with ramping up legal marijuana production in Canada.

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Disclosure Requirements for Non-Venture Issuers Regarding Women in Board and Executive Officer Positions – A Review

On June 7, 2017, the Canadian news cycle addressed cannabis industry insider criticism at the dearth of women on boards and in senior management positions at Canadian cannabis companies, with reports suggesting that 5% of board seats at publicly traded marijuana producers are occupied by women.

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Draft Cannabis Act Released by Canadian Federal Government

Today the federal government released Bill C-45, the draft Cannabis Act. If enacted, this will make Canada the first G7 country to legalize recreational cannabis. Cannabis will remain illegal as the bill moves through the legislative process. If it is approved by Parliament, the bill could become law with a target date of no later than July 2018, according to the Government of Canada.

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