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How to access cannabis for medical purposes.
Impairment can last for more than 24 hours after cannabis use, well after other effects may have faded.
The Cannabis Act came into force on October 17, 2018. Since that date, new regulations have replaced the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR). Some changes have been made to improve patient access.
Get the current facts about using cannabis for non-medical purposes during pregnancy and the health effects it can cause a growing child.
Contrary to popular belief, people can become addicted to cannabis. Continued, frequent and heavy cannabis use can cause physical dependency and addiction.
Learn how to access cannabis for your medical purposes from licensed producers under the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR).
The flowers and leaves of the cannabis plant are used for their ability to cause effects on the mind. The long-term effects of cannabis on your brain can include an increased risk of addiction.
Health care practitioners should consult their provincial or territorial health care licensing authority's guidelines and policies before authorizing the use of cannabis for medical purposes.
Learn about the effects of cannabis on mental health and brain development.
Learn about the requirements for possessing, storing and producing cannabis products for medical purposes.