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On August 24, 2016, Health Canada issued a Section 56 Class Exemption under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act to enable registered persons under the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR), and individuals responsible for them, to access testing services for dried or fresh marijuana or cannabis oil produced for their own medical purposes.
Learn how to access cannabis for your medical purposes from licensed producers under the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR).
The Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR) provide the legal means through which Canadians can obtain access to cannabis for medical purposes, except as noted below (see section regarding the injunction). Under section 15 of the ACMPR, any individual who possesses or produces fresh or dried marijuana, cannabis oil, marijuana plants or seeds (or a product derived from one of these substances) is required, at the request of a police officer, to demonstrate that they are authorized to do so.
Learn how to access or possess cannabis for your own medical purposes and register with Health Canada under the Cannabis Regulations.
Cannabis income account by medical and non-medical industry, Canada, annual.
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.
Cannabis production by industry and medical and non-medical use, Canada, provinces and territories, annual.
Canadian cannabis market data for all legal cannabis sales as well as for medical, non-medical sales, inventory and cultivation area data.
If a person wants to use cannabis for medical purposes, the first step is to visit a health care practitioner. A health care practitioner will assess the person to determine if cannabis is an appropriate option for him/her. If the health care practitioner determines that cannabis is an appropriate option, the practitioner would give the person a medical document.
The Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations provide a mechanism for patients to access cannabis for medical purposes with the support of their physician or nurse practitioner (where authorized by provincial regulatory authorities).