Association Québécoise de l'Industrie du Cannabis
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A clear mission and mandate

To represent the Quebec cannabis industry and contribute constructively and responsibly to its development. To establish itself as a key player in the Quebec cannabis ecosystem.  To be recognized by the members of the association as well as by industry stakeholders as a credible, constructive interlocutor with the ability to meet the strategic needs of the industry.

Our Members

A passionate cannabis community !

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 The face of  your Quebec Cannabis producers

Cannara
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High quality recreative cannabis. Made in Quebec , for Quebec.

Fuga
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Producer of Medical cannabis cultivated with care.

Montreal Cannabis
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An engaged team in the cannabis field.

Association Québécoise de l'Industrie du Cannabis

Actualités

Economy

Small businesses in the cannabis industry are struggling

As Delta 9's John Arbuthnot explains, "red tape, high taxes and low margins are hurting profitability. As a result, more and more of the industry's smaller companies are being bought out by the bigger players. He says, "Canadian cannabis and the retail segment are now reaching a saturation point. Consolidation is going to be a key theme going forward. But beyond that, he appeals to the government to cut red tape and taxes, one of the things that undermines the Canadian cannabis market the most: "We really need the government's support to come in and look at this overall structure that we've created for the industry in terms of regulation and taxation, say what's working and what's not and make some changes quickly."

Daily news

This review is almost a year overdue.

In October 2018, the Liberals lifted a century-long ban on the use and sale of recreational cannabis, providing that they would review the law three years after it went into effect.

That review is nearly a year overdue.

The law stipulates that the federal government must investigate the impact of legalization on public health, youth use and Aboriginal people and their communities.

The review will also look at home-grown cannabis.

Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos and Mental Health and Addictions Minister Carolyn Bennett must report back to the House of Commons and Senate within 18 months of the launch of the review.

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SQDC returns $54 million to the Quebec government during the first quarter

The $54 million paid includes its net profits of $20.5 million as well as $33.5 million in consumption and excise taxes. The $20.5 million will be invested in prevention, research and substance abuse prevention. In other good news, sales have increased from $136.5 million to $139 million compared to the same period last year. As a result, a total of 25,050 kg were sold, mainly in branches.