Canada is often considered a leader when it comes to marijuana law, a point that was made obvious when the federal government passed the Cannabis Act in October 2018. This country’s progressive attitude towards all things leafy and green has affected Canadians in more ways than one, especially when it comes to the Cannabis Micro-Grow Licensing process. Although a lot of good has happened from legislation like the Cannabis Act and Cannabis Micro Cultivation, it’s not beneficial to all. Since its passing, a few drawbacks to the Micro-Grow Licensing processes and procedures have been noted. Here are the main drawbacks to Canada’s new program for craft cannabis growing: outrageously long wait times, high licensing fees, long screening process & security review.
Upg Staff, United Patients Group, 12/02/2020 21:43:49
Open article: https://unitedpatientsgroup.com/blog/drawbacks-to-canadas-new-commercial-micro-grow-license-procedures/