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Cannabis Regulations

Version of section 126 from 2018-06-27 to 2018-10-16:

The following provision is not in force.

Marginal note:Cannabis oil — discrete unit

 In the case of cannabis oil — or a cannabis accessory that contains cannabis oil — that is in discrete units, the label of any container in which the cannabis product is packaged must also include the following information:

  • (a) the net weight, in grams, and net volume, in millilitres, of cannabis oil;

  • (b) the number of units;

  • (c) the net weight, in grams, and net volume, in millilitres, of cannabis oil in each unit;

  • (d) the quantity of THC, in milligrams, in each unit preceded by “THC per unit”;

  • (e) the quantity of THC, in milligrams, that each unit could yield, taking into account the potential to convert THCA into THC, preceded by “Total THC per unit”;

  • (f) the quantity of CBD, in milligrams, in each unit, preceded by “CBD per unit”;

  • (g) the quantity of CBD, in milligrams, that each unit could yield, taking into account the potential to convert CBDA into CBD, preceded by “Total CBD per unit”;

  • (h) the carrier oil used;

  • (i) the name of any food allergen, within the meaning of subsection B.01.010.1(1) of the Food and Drug Regulations, that is contained in the cannabis oil; and

  • (j) in the case of cannabis oil that is not intended for oral administration, the warning “DO NOT SWALLOW / NE PAS AVALER”.

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