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This conference helped me to find practical ways to integrate risk management in day-to-day operation.  
- Chief of Active Risk Surveillance, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CANADA
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Preparing for Cannabis Edibles

Safeguard Communities and Reap the Rewards of the Edibles Market

October 2 - 3, 2018  ·  Toronto, Ontario
 
   
 
Featuring These Industry Experts and Many More!
Loh Rueda Sherrard Wasserman Rowland Foster
 
 
Get Comprehensive Information for Managing and Regulating Cannabis Edibles in Canada
  • Understand why we need special regulations for cannabis edibles
  • Explain key lessons learned (the hard way) in other jurisdictions
  • Understand the impact edibles will have on the size of the cannabis market
  • Anticipate local impact, impact on police services, impact on drugged driving, community health and safety
  • Understand how edibles will impact the black market, children, vulnerable persons
  • Learn the critical do's and don'ts for marketing cannabis and cannabis edibles
  • Understand the regulatory options for edibles so you're prepared for anything
  • Understand the physiological impact of edibles and the risks of overconsumption
   
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Delegates who have attended previous public sector training seminars praise the quality of INFONEX events
 
 
Overall, this conference was of high quality. Case studies were excellent!
- Senior Advisor, Policy, Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA)
  
Fascinating and relevant, very knowledgeable.
- Manager, People Effectiveness, House of Commons
   
Lots of great information and dynamic speakers.
- Manager, Legislation Development, HRSDC
   
Excellent presentation overall. Very informative and useful information.
- Project Officer, Canada Revenue Agency
   
I got some great ideas to bring back and start applying. Very relevant to where my project is now.
- Project Manager, BC Ministry of the Attorney General
     
Who Should Attend This Event

From Municipalities, Provincial Governments and Health Authorities
  • Elected officials
  • City Managers
  • City Clerk General Managers,
  • Planning and Development General Managers,
  • Engineering General Manager, Finance, Technology
  • HR General Managers, Parks, Recreation and Culture Manager,
  • Area Planning and Development
  • Land Development Engineers
  • Law Enforcement
  • Policy Analysts and Advisors
  • Directors and Managers of Intergovernmental Relations and Strategic Partnerships
  • Strategist, Intergovernmental and Corporate Strategy
  • Municipal Lawyers
  • Public Health Officials
  • Public Safety Officials
  • Provincial officials dealing with legalization issues
From Cannabis Producers and Distributors
  • Licensed Producers
  • Analytical Chemists
  • QC Chemists/ Technologists
  • QC Managers
  • QA Associates/Managers
  • Quality Managers and Associates
  • Method Development Analysts
 
 
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Federal, provincial and municipal governments are in the thick of it, establishing laws and regulations for recreational cannabis, but cannabis edibles are looming just beyond that – with a potentially huge market, and a potentially huge impact on municipalities and public safety.

The bottom line is that legalization of edibles is not too far away! If you're not prepared, informed, and aware of the impact edibles will have you'll be playing catch-up. Licensed producers need to be ready to take advantage of the enormous opportunities offered by edibles. Municipal or provincial regulators need to know all they can about the potential impact on their municipalities and take all necessary precautions. You need information and you need it now!

With the industry moving away from smoking options to meet the demands of what is expected to be a huge market in edibles, it's time to understand the risks and opportunities that will arise as licensed producers expand their product line to include what you can eat, drink, vape, dab, spray, take as a capsule, sublingually or in a myriad of other ways. It's time for regulators to grasp the potential impact edibles can have on the health and safety of their communities.

INFONEX's two-day program Preparing for Cannabis Edibles will be the ideal forum for learning how to successfully prepare your organization and ready your municipality. Get the most up-to-date information available on edibles. Examine regulatory options and how to effectively comply with specific cannabis laws and food safety requirements. Learn about the differences in the physiological impact on consumers of edibles compared to oils and flowers. Get advice on how to determine potency and purity of the edibles so the consumer understands what he or she is buying. Learn what marketing is permissible and what is not, how to keep edibles away from children, and how to support the key messages that are part of public education.

The information you take away will stand you in good stead as opportunities and risks present themselves in the brave new world of edibles. Register early to take advantage of early-bird savings!

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