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Health Canada communication trends predict future recreational market

It is no secret by now that each of the security requirements, quality systems, and business plans are important for Licensed Providers (LPs) and Marijuana for Medical Purposes Regulations (MMPR) applicants to satisfy Health Canada’s regulatory requests and screenings. We’ve done close to 150 MMPR applications at Eurofins Experchem. As more and more communications come back to our clients from Health Canada, we can identify a few trends that may suggest predictions for the upcoming recreational market.  On top of these predictions, consistent information requests from Health Canada also help us guide new applicants to save time and money on their submissions.  Here are a few things we’ve found out so far.

There are dozens of applicants scheduled or promised final reviews and inspections over the next six months.  Most of these applicants have been waiting over a year, and in some case two, for any communications.  The spike in communications and inspection and review dialogue could imply that Health Canada is getting ready to license over 100 more facilities, or at least take a look at the potential of 100 more facilities to become LPs. [Read More @ Lift]

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