Cannabis edibles, topicals and extracts will be technically legal by the deadline of October 17, but Canadians will have to wait until mid December before purchasing THC-infused products.
There will be a 60-day waiting period before the products hit shelves online and at brick-and-mortar locations.
Now official. Edible Cannabis products will not be on store shelves until mid-December. The regulations will technically be in place by the deadline of October 17, but there will be a 60-day waiting period before stores can sell them #cdnpoli
— Cormac Mac Sweeney (@cmaconthehill) June 14, 2019
Government House Leader Bardish Chagger says the government needs the extra time to assure a smooth transition.
“I’m OK with us taking our time and doing it properly,” she said Friday.
Regulations announced on Friday include a 10 mg cap on the amount of THC allowed in edible…