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Events

Sep
27
Sep
27
Toronto
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Ontario

Cannabis + Technology 2019

Cannabis + Technology will provide a venue to showcase tech innovation from across the cannabis sector. From start-ups to publicly traded companies our program will highlight the best and brightest in the Canadian canntech landscape.

Past Events

Jun
16
Jun
16
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World Cannabis Congress

Renowned for being "the most professional cannabis event in the business, with an impressive list of high-caliber attendees" the World Cannabis Congress is where conversations happen that shape and advance the cannabis industry worldwide.

May
06
May
06
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Medical Cannabis Week 2019

Medical Cannabis Week is engaging industry leaders, medical disruptors, tech innovators as well as educators, researchers, regulators and patients in a conversation about the fastest growing therapy option available to Canadians.

Oct
10
Oct
10
Toronto
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Ontario

Green + Silver Symposium

Join us for a multi-day Symposium in downtown Toronto, as we engage with industry experts, medical practitioners and educators, as well as consumers, patients, families and health support workers, to help create a deeper understanding of the potential relationship between older Canadians and cannabis.

Sep
20
Sep
20
Mississauga
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Ontario

Cannabis in the Workplace

What does legal cannabis mean for your workplace? How do you balance the responsibility to keep your workplace safe and productive with your employees right to privacy? How does medical cannabis factor into the equation? These challenges and more will be thoroughly discussed during this workplace training – as well as provide a path forward to ease the transition for HR professionals provided by a series of legal and HR experts​ ​led by the cannabis, workplace and change-management experts at MNP, the legal team of Sherrard Kuzz LLP and the industry experts at Business of Cannabis.

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