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The organizational security plan (OSP) captures the risk mitigation measures that are in place to prevent, identify and respond to potential incidents that could result in the diversion of cannabis to or from the illicit market.
Key investor reporting supports Health Canada's ability to protect the integrity of the strict legal framework for the cannabis industry, and helps to minimize the risk of cannabis being diverted to an illicit market. It also helps reduce opportunities for organized crime to infiltrate the legal industry through financial investments.
Information you need to know to help manage your cannabis licence. Includes links to how to renew or update your licence, request a change or report a change to your licence and apply for an export or import permit.
Key investor reporting form.
Information about key investors in the cannabis sector: who needs to report, identifying key investors, requirements for applicants and licence holders.
Pursuant to section 56 of the CDSA and subject to the terms and conditions set out herein, applicants for a producer’s licence are exempted from the requirement in paragraph 33(1)(h) to provide a detailed description of security measures determined in accordance with the Security Directive in respect of the storage of cannabis and from the application of paragraph 33(1)(h) of the ACMPR in respect of the proposed security measures that apply in respect of the areas where cannabis plants are cultivated, propagated, harvested or trimmed and to the areas where cannabis seeds are present or stored.
List of all licensed cultivators, processors and sellers of cannabis that have a licence with Health Canada.
A federal licence is required to cultivate, process and sell cannabis for medical or non-medical purposes.
The following directive is intended to establish realistic minimum security standards for the storage of controlled substances as defined in the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (CDSA), and drugs containing cannabis as defined in the Cannabis Regulations, which are flexible enough to take into consideration advances in technology, changes in the legal and illegal drug marketplace, building codes, construction materials and construction expertise.
The purpose of this document is to provide guidance to holders of a licence under the Cannabis Act (hereafter referred to as licence holders) on the application of Part 4: Physical Security Measures of the Cannabis Regulations. It is designed to help licence holders understand the physical security requirements for conducting authorized activities with cannabis.