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.

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A passionate cannabis community !

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 The face of  your Quebec Cannabis producers

Cheers Cannabis
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Producer of high quality recreational cannabis.

Montreal Cannabis
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An engaged team in the cannabis field.

Rubicon Organics
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The future is biological.

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Actualités

International

FRANCE - "The situation is untenable": 31 senators call for the legalization of cannabis

A collective of 31 senators from the "Socialist, Ecologist and Republican" group are committed to launching a consultation process to introduce a law to legalize cannabis. They sign a tribune published in the newspaper "Le Monde" Wednesday.

"We, socialist senators, look reality in the face: the situation is untenable," write the 31 parliamentarians in this tribune. These senators want to launch a consultation to propose a law that would legalize cannabis. Among the signatories, we find the socialists Patrick Kanner, senator of the North or David Assouline, senator of Paris. The repression engaged within the framework of the prohibition is judged, "ineffective, inefficient and unfair", by the 31 senators. "It maintains certain districts in a very strong dependence to the traffics which results in an insecurity and an unbearable violence for the inhabitants", they continue.

Products

Lifeist Subsidiary CannMart Inc. to Distribute Edible Cannabis Products in Quebec

PRESS RELEASE - Lifeist Wellness Inc. today announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, CannMart Inc., has started an agreement with SQDC, the exclusive retail distributor in the province of Quebec. SQDC will offer six Cannabis edible products offered by CannMart and will be one of the principal distributors of edible cannabis products in the province of Quebec.

The purchase order from the SQDC is for six Rilaxe branded edibles products spanning full-spectrum CBD to 2:1 (CBD:THC) formulations including infused baked beets, dried cauliflower, and dried figs. All of the products are expected to be on the shelves and available for purchase at SQDC retail stores across the province over the coming weeks. These products are produced by CannMart according to an exclusive nationwide licensing agreement that was recently extended until September 2024.

“We’re honored that CannMart is one of the first companies to bring solid edibles to Quebec, and we do so with the highest sense of responsibility,” said Daniel Stern, CEO of CannMart. 

Economy

Ottawa to pay $200 million a year in cannabis for veterans

Ottawa is reimbursing a record number of veterans for their use of medical cannabis, as new data reveals that the federal government paid more than $150 million in the last fiscal year.

That's more than twice the amount paid just three years ago.

And it's just the beginning, according to Veterans Affairs projections that the government is on track to spend nearly $200 million on cannabis this year as more and more service members submit claims for treatment.