Canadian consumers and industry require a more appropriate regulatory environment for CBD and other hemp-derived cannabinoidsToday, the Canadian Hemp Trade Alliance (CHTA) and the Canadian Health Food Association (CHFA) call for improvements to Canadian regulations, which currently treat all phytocannabinoids, including CBD (cannabidiol), as “drugs.” Chronic shortages persist for a number of CBD-based products through both the medical cannabis and regulated retail cannabis markets,
WebEx session: How to apply for an Industrial Hemp Licence in CTLS Health Canada held a WebEx session in April 2019 in order to demonstrate how to apply for an industrial hemp licence in the Cannabis Tracking and Licensing System (CTLS). A walk-through of how to properly complete and submit an application can be viewed here. Webinar. If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com.
Health Canada to extend the validity period of existing licenses to June 30th, 2019 March 29, 2019 - Given the unique circumstances in 2019 of transitioning to the new Industrial Hemp Regulations and the new online application system (CTLS), Health Canada is extending the validity period of existing licences to June 30th, 2019 for all those who have not yet received their 2019-20 licence renewals. The Department will be communicating specific details to all licence holders. In addition, Health Canada
Hemp Promotion and Research Agency: An Important Step for Canadian Hemp Producers October 26, 2018 - The Canadian Hemp Trade Alliance (CHTA) congratulates the hemp producer committee who developed the hemp Promotion and Research Agency application on the decision by the Farm Products Council to evaluate the merits of the application. “Our board has always been very supportive of hemp producers creating a national organization” stated Russ Crawford, President of the CHTA. The CHTA has strong