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    Here's a link to the new regulations;

    http://gazette.gc.ca/rp-pr/p2/2016/2...ors230-eng.php


    John Conroy,

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    and, Kirk Tousaw,

    http://www.tousawlaw.ca/

    will likely have a comment on their respective websites, within a few days.
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    Here's the relevant part, for most of us.

    PART 2
    Production for Own Medical Purposes and Production by a Designated Person
    Interpretation
    Definition
    172 (1) In this Part, production area means the place where the production of marihuana plants is conducted, that is

    (a) entirely indoors;
    (b) entirely outdoors; or
    (c) partly indoors and partly outdoors.
    Adjacent land

    (2) For the purposes of paragraphs 177(4)(e) and 193(1)(d), a piece of land is considered to be adjacent to another piece of land if its boundary has at least one point in common with the boundary of the other piece of land.

    General Provision
    Signature and attestation
    173 An application, declaration or notice that is required to be submitted under this Part by an applicant or registered person must be signed and dated by them — or an individual who is responsible for them — and attest that the information contained in it is correct and complete.

    DIVISION 1
    Registration with Minister
    Eligibility – registered person
    174 (1) An individual is eligible to be a registered person only if they ordinarily reside in Canada.

    Eligibility – production for own medical purposes
    (2) An individual is eligible to produce cannabis for their own medical purposes as a registered person only if they are an adult.

    Prior offences
    (3) An individual is not eligible to conduct the production referred to in subsection (2) if, within the preceding 10 years, they have been convicted, as an adult, of

    (a) a designated cannabis offence — or an offence committed outside Canada that, if committed in Canada, would have constituted such an offence — that was committed while they were authorized to produce cannabis under the Act, other than under the former Marihuana Medical Access Regulations; or
    (b) a designated marihuana offence — or an offence committed outside Canada that, if committed in Canada, would have constituted such an offence — that was committed while they were authorized to produce marihuana
    (i) under the Act, other than under these Regulations, or
    (ii) by virtue of an injunction order issued by a court.
    Definitions
    (4) The following definitions apply in this section.

    designated cannabis offence means

    (a) an offence, in respect of cannabis, under section 5 of the Act, or under section 6 of the Act except with respect to importation; or
    (b) a conspiracy or an attempt to commit, or being an accessory after the fact in relation to, or any counselling in relation to, an offence referred to in paragraph (a). (infraction désignée relativement au chanvre indien)
    designated marihuana offence means

    (a) an offence, in respect of marihuana, under section 5 of the Act, or under section 6 of the Act except with respect to importation; or
    (b) a conspiracy or an attempt to commit, or being an accessory after the fact in relation to, or any counselling in relation to, an offence referred to in paragraph (a). (infraction désignée relativement * la marihuana)
    Eligibility — one registration only
    175 An individual must not be registered more than once at any time.

    Eligibility — designated person
    176 (1) Subject to subsection (2), an individual is eligible to be a designated person only if they are an adult who ordinarily resides in Canada.

    Prior offences
    (2) An individual is not eligible to be a designated person if, within the preceding 10 years, they

    (a) have been convicted, as an adult, of a designated drug offence, as defined in section 2 of the Narcotic Control Regulations;
    (b) have been convicted, as an adult, of an offence committed outside Canada that, if committed in Canada, would have constituted an offence referred to in paragraph (a);
    (c) have been convicted of an offence referred to in paragraph (a) as a young person in ordinary court, as those terms were defined in subsection 2(1) of the Young Offenders Act, chapter Y-1 of the Revised Statutes of Canada, 1985, immediately before that Act was repealed;
    (d) were a young person who received an adult sentence, as those terms are defined in subsection 2(1) of the Youth Criminal Justice Act, in respect of an offence referred to in paragraph (a); or
    (e) received a sentence — for an offence they committed outside Canada when they were at least 14 years old but less than 18 years old that, if committed in Canada, would have constituted an offence referred to in paragraph (a) — that was longer than the maximum youth sentence that could have been imposed under the Youth Criminal Justice Act for such an offence.
    Registration application
    177 (1) An individual seeking a registration to produce cannabis for their own medical purposes or to have it produced for them by a designated person must submit to the Minister an application that includes the original of the applicant’s medical document and the information and documents required by this section.

    Responsible individual
    (2) The application and related documents may also be submitted by an individual who is responsible for the applicant, in which case the application must be signed and dated by that individual and include a statement by them that they are responsible for the applicant.

    Basic information
    (3) The application must include

    (a) the applicant’s given name, surname, date of birth and gender;
    (b) the full address of the place where the applicant ordinarily resides, as well as the applicant’s telephone number and, if applicable, facsimile number and email address;
    (c) the mailing address of the place referred to in paragraph (b), if different from the address provided under that paragraph;
    (d) if applicable, the given name, surname, date of birth and gender of one or more individuals who are responsible for the applicant;
    (e) if the place referred to in paragraph (b) is an establishment that is not a private residence, the type and name of the establishment;
    (f) an indication that, as applicable,
    (i) the applicant will comply with the possession limit referred to in section 6, or
    (ii) any individual who is responsible for the applicant will comply with that limit and ensure that the applicant complies with it;
    (g) an indication as to whether the registration is sought in respect of cannabis to be produced by the applicant or by a designated person named in the application; and
    (h) an indication that the applicant or, if applicable, any individual who is responsible for the applicant will take all necessary measures to ensure the security of the cannabis in their possession.
    Production for own medical purposes
    (4) If the applicant intends to produce cannabis for their own medical purposes, the application must also include

    (a) an indication that, within the 10 years preceding the application, they have not been convicted, as an adult, of an offence referred to in paragraph 174(3)(a) or (b);
    (b) an indication that they will comply with the limit on the maximum number of plants under production referred to in paragraph 178(2)(l) and the limit on the maximum quantity of dried marihuana in storage referred to in paragraph 178(2)(n);
    (c) the full address of the site where the proposed production of marihuana plants is to be conducted;
    (d) the proposed production area;
    (e) if the proposed production area involves outdoor production entirely or partly indoor and partly outdoor production, an indication that the production site is not adjacent to a school, public playground, day-care facility or other public place frequented mainly by persons under 18 years of age;
    (f) an indication that the cannabis, other than marihuana plants, will be stored indoors and whether it is proposed to store it at
    (i) the proposed site for the production of marihuana plants, or
    (ii) the ordinary place of residence of the applicant, if different than the site referred to in subparagraph (i); and
    (g) an indication that the applicant will take all necessary measures to ensure the security of the marihuana plants and cannabis.
    Production by designated person
    (5) If the cannabis is to be produced by a designated person, the application must include a declaration by the designated person that includes

    (a) the information referred to in paragraphs (3)(a) to (c) and (e), in respect of the designated person;
    (b) the information referred to in paragraphs (4)(c) to (e);
    (c) an indication that the cannabis, other than marihuana plants, will be stored indoors and whether it is proposed to store it at
    (i) the proposed site for the production of marihuana plants, or
    (ii) the ordinary place of residence of the designated person, if different than the site referred to in subparagraph (i);
    (d) an indication that
    (i) within the 10 years preceding the application, they have not been convicted of an offence referred to in any of paragraphs 176(2)(a) to (c) or received a sentence referred to in paragraph 176(2)(d) or (e),
    (ii) that they will take all necessary measures to ensure the security of the marihuana plants and cannabis, and
    (iii) they will comply with the limit on the maximum number of plants under production referred to in paragraph 178(2)(l) and the limit on the maximum quantity of dried marihuana in storage referred to in paragraph 178(2)(n); and
    (e) a document issued by a Canadian police force establishing that, within the 10 years preceding the application, the designated person has not been convicted of an offence referred to in paragraph 176(2)(a) or (c) or received a sentence referred to in paragraph 176(2)(d).
    Signature and attestation of designated person
    (6) The declaration referred to in subsection (5) must be signed and dated by the designated person and attest that the information contained in it is correct and complete.

    Consent of owner
    (7) If the proposed site for the production of marihuana plants is not the ordinary place of residence of the applicant or of the designated person, if any, and is not owned by the applicant or the designated person, the application must include the given name, surname, address and telephone number of the owner of the site and a declaration signed and dated by them consenting to production at the site.

    Registration
    178 (1) Subject to sections 183 to 185, if the requirements of section 177 are met, the Minister must register the applicant.

    Content
    (2) The registration must include

    (a) the given name, surname, date of birth and gender of the registered person and, if applicable, the designated person;
    (b) if applicable, the given name, surname, date of birth and gender of any individual who is responsible for the registered person;
    (c) the full address of the place where the registered person and, if applicable, the designated person, ordinarily resides;
    (d) the registration number;
    (e) the name of the health care practitioner who provided the medical document;
    (f) the maximum quantity of dried marihuana, in grams, that the registered person or, if applicable, any individual who is responsible for the registered person may possess under the registration, which is the lesser of
    (i) 30 times the daily quantity of dried marihuana referred to in paragraph 8(1)(d), and
    (ii) 150 g of dried marihuana;
    (g) the effective date of the registration;
    (h) the expiry date of the registration, which must correspond to the end of the period of validity of the medical document supporting the registration, as determined in accordance with subsection 8(3);
    (i) the type of production that is authorized, namely production for one’s own medical purposes or production by a designated person;
    (j) the full address of the site where the production of marihuana plants is authorized;
    (k) the authorized production area;
    (l) the maximum number of marihuana plants, determined in accordance with section 190, that may be under production at the production site and, if the production area is partly indoors and partly outdoors, the maximum number of plants for each production period;
    (m) the full address of the site where the cannabis may be stored; and
    (n) the maximum quantity of dried marihuana, in grams, determined in accordance with section 191, that may be stored at the site authorized under paragraph (m).
    Documents
    (3) The Minister must

    (a) send a registration certificate to the registered person; and
    (b) send to the designated person, if any, a document containing information relating to the production by the designated person.
    Renewal application
    179 To apply to renew a registration, the registered person or an individual who is responsible for them must submit to the Minister an application that includes the registration number and the information and documents required under section 177.

    Renewal
    180 (1) Subject to sections 183 to 185, if an application complies with section 179, the Minister must renew the registration and send the renewed registration certificate to the registered person and send to the designated person, if any, an updated version of the document referred to in paragraph 178(3)(b).

    Cancellation of existing registration
    (2) Before renewing the registration, the Minister must cancel any existing registration .

    Notice to former designated person
    (3) If a registration is renewed before the expiry of the previous registration and the renewal results in the replacement of a designated person by another or by the registered person, the Minister must notify the former designated person of the loss of their authorization to produce cannabis under that registration.

    Amendment application
    181 (1) Subject to subsection (3), the registered person or an individual who is responsible for them must submit to the Minister an amendment application in respect of a change to any of the information set out in the registration.

    Content
    (2) The application must include

    (a) the registration number;
    (b) in respect of the proposed amendment,
    (i) a description of it and the supporting reasons for it,
    (ii) the information and documents mentioned in section 177 that are relevant to it, and
    (iii) the date on which it is to take effect; and
    (c) in the case of a change in the given name or surname of the registered person, the designated person or an individual who is responsible for the registered person, proof of the change.
    New application concerning new medical document
    (3) In the case of a new medical document, a new registration application must be submitted under section 177.

    Amendment
    182 (1) Subject to sections 183 to 185, if an application complies with section 181, the Minister must amend the registration and, if applicable, send an amended registration certificate to the registered person and send to the designated person, if any, an updated version of the document referred to in paragraph 178(3)(b).

    Notice to former designated person
    (2) If the amendment results in the replacement of a designated person by another or by the registered person, the Minister must notify the former designated person of the loss of their authorization to produce cannabis under that registration.

    Change of site
    (3) If the Minister amends a registration in respect of a change in the location of the authorized site for the production of marihuana plants or the authorized site for the storage of cannabis, the Minister may specify the period during which the registered person or the designated person, if any, may transport cannabis from the former site to the new site.

    Grounds for refusal — registration
    183 The Minister must refuse to register an applicant or renew or amend a registration if

    (a) the applicant is not eligible under subsection 174(1) or section 175;
    (b) the medical document that supports the application does not meet all of the requirements of section 8 or is no longer valid;
    (c) the person who provided the applicant with the medical document
    (i) is not a health care practitioner,
    (ii) is not entitled to practise their profession in the province in which the applicant consulted with that person, or
    (iii) is named in a notice issued under section 59 of the Narcotic Control Regulations that has not been retracted under section 60 of those Regulations;
    (d) the given name, surname or date of birth of the applicant is different from the given name, surname or date of birth that appears on the medical document;
    (e) the health care practitioner who provided the medical document to the applicant notifies the Minister in writing that the use of dried marihuana by the applicant is no longer supported for clinical reasons; or
    (f) any information, declaration or other item included in the application is false or misleading.
    Grounds for refusal — production for own medical purposes
    184 In the case of an application for a registration to produce for own’s own medical purposes or an application to renew or amend such a registration, the Minister must refuse to register the applicant or to renew or amend the registration if

    (a) the person is not eligible under subsection 174(2) or (3);
    (b) the person would become authorized to produce marihuana plants under more than two registrations;
    (c) the proposed site for the production of marihuana plants would be a production site under more than four registrations; or
    (d) any information, declaration or other item included in the application is false or misleading.
    Grounds for refusal — designated person
    185 In the case of an application for a registration for production by a designated person or an application to renew or amend such a registration, the Minister must refuse to register the applicant or to renew or amend the registration

    (a) if the person is not eligible under section 176; or
    (b) for any reason referred to in paragraphs 184(b) to (d).
    Notice of refusal
    186 If the Minister proposes to refuse to register an applicant or to renew or amend a registration under any of sections 183 to 185, the Minister must

    (a) notify the applicant in writing of the reason for the proposed refusal; and
    (b) give the applicant an opportunity to be heard.
    DIVISION 2
    Production
    Authorized Activities
    Registered person — production for own medical purposes
    187 A registered person whose registration authorizes them to produce cannabis for their own medical purposes may, in accordance with their registration and the provisions of this Part,

    (a) produce for their own medical purposes marihuana plants or cannabis other than marihuana plants;
    (b) store, for their own medical purposes, a quantity of cannabis not exceeding the equivalent of the maximum quantity of dried marihuana that may be stored under the registration;
    (c) transport directly, from the site for the storage of cannabis to the site for the production of marihuana plants, a total quantity of marihuana plants and seeds that, taking into account the equivalency factor specified in subsection 145(2), does not exceed the equivalent of the maximum number of plants, determined in accordance with section 190, that are authorized to be under production under the registration;
    (d) if the site for the production of marihuana plants is different from the place where the registered person ordinarily resides, transport directly from that site to that place a quantity of cannabis not exceeding the equivalent of the maximum quantity of dried marihuana that may be stored under the registration; and
    (e) if there is a change in the location of the site for the production of marihuana plants or the site for the storage of cannabis, transport cannabis directly from the former site to the new site.
    Registered person who has a designated person
    188 A registered person whose registration specifies a designated person may, if they are an adult, participate in the activities that the designated person is authorized to conduct under the registration.

    Designated person
    189 (1) A designated person may, in accordance with the registration and the provisions of this Part,

    (a) produce, for the medical purposes of the registered person, marihuana plants or cannabis other than marihuana plants;
    (b) store, for the purpose mentioned in paragraph (a), a quantity of cannabis not exceeding the equivalent of the maximum quantity of dried marihuana that may be stored under the registration;
    (c) transport directly, from the site for the storage of cannabis to the site for the production of marihuana plants, a total quantity of marihuana plants and seeds that, taking into account the equivalency factor specified in subsection 145(2), does not exceed the equivalent of the maximum number of plants, determined in accordance with section 190, that are authorized to be under production under the registration;
    (d) if the site for the production of marihuana plants is different from the site for the storage of cannabis, transport directly from the first to the second site a quantity of cannabis not exceeding the equivalent of the maximum quantity of dried marihuana that may be stored under the registration;
    (e) subject to subsection (2), if the site for the storage of cannabis is different from the place where the registered person ordinarily resides, transport directly or ship from that site to that place a quantity of cannabis not exceeding the equivalent of the maximum quantity of dried marihuana that the registered person may possess under paragraph 178(2)(f);
    (f) if there is a change in the location of the site for the production of marihuana plants or the site for the storage of cannabis, transport cannabis directly from the former site to the new site; and
    (g) provide or deliver for the registered person a quantity of cannabis not exceeding the equivalent of the maximum quantity of dried marihuana that the registered person may possess under paragraph 178(2)(f).
    Security when shipping
    (2) A designated person shipping cannabis in the circumstances referred to in paragraph (1)(e) must take the measures specified in paragraphs 93(1)(b) and (c).

    General Provisions
    Maximum number of plants under production
    190 (1) In the formulas in subsection (2),

    A is the daily quantity of dried marihuana, expressed in grams, indicated in the medical document;
    C is a constant equal to 1, representing the growth cycle of a marihuana plant from seeding to harvesting; and
    D is the maximum number of marihuana plants that may be under production at the site for the production of marihuana plants under the registration.
    Calculation
    (2) The maximum number of marihuana plants is determined according to whichever of the following formulas applies:

    (a) if the production area is entirely indoors,
    D = [(A × 365) ÷ (B × 3C)] × 1.2

    where

    B is 30 grams, being the expected yield of dried marihuana per plant;
    (b) if the production area is entirely outdoors,
    D = [(A × 365) ÷ (B × C)] × 1.3

    where

    B is 250 grams, being the expected yield of dried marihuana per plant; and
    (c) if the production area is partly indoors and partly outdoors,
    (i) for the indoor period
    D = [(A × 182.5) ÷ (B × 2C)] × 1.2

    where

    B is 30 grams, being the expected yield of dried marihuana per plant, and
    (ii) for the outdoor period
    D = [(A × 182.5) ÷ (B × C)] × 1.3

    where

    B is 250 grams, being the expected yield of dried marihuana per plant.
    Rounding
    (3) If the number determined for D is not a whole number, it is to be rounded to the next highest whole number.

    Maximum quantity of dried marihuana in storage
    191 (1) In the formulas in subsection (2),

    E is

    (a) if the production area is entirely indoors or outdoors, the maximum number of marihuana plants that the registered person or designated person is authorized to produce, calculated under paragraph 190(2)(a) or (b), whichever applies, or
    (b) if the production area is partly indoors and partly outdoors, the maximum number of marihuana plants that the registered person or designated person is authorized to produce, calculated under subparagraph 190(2)(c)(ii); and
    F is the maximum quantity of dried marihuana, in grams, that may be stored under the registration.

    Calculation
    (2) The maximum quantity of dried marihuana that may be stored under the registration is determined according to whichever of the following formulas applies:

    (a) if the production area is entirely indoors,
    F = E × B × 1.5

    where

    B is 30 grams, being the expected yield of dried marihuana per plant;
    (b) if the production area is entirely outdoors,
    F = E × B × 1.5

    where

    B is 250 grams, being the expected yield of dried marihuana per plant: and
    (c) if the production area is partly indoors and partly outdoors,
    F = E × B × 1.5

    where

    B is 250 grams, being the expected yield of dried marihuana per plant.
    Maximum quantity of cannabis in storage
    192 A person who is authorized by a registration to produce cannabis must not store a total quantity of fresh marihuana, dried marihuana and any products referred to in paragraphs 4(1)(b) and (c) that exceeds the equivalent of the maximum quantity of dried marihuana that may be stored under the registration, as calculated under section 191.

    Location and type of production
    193 (1) A person who is authorized by a registration to produce cannabis

    (a) may only produce marihuana plants at the authorized site for the production of marihuana plants;
    (b) may only produce cannabis, other than marihuana plants, at the site for the production of marihuana plants or at the site for the storage of cannabis;
    (c) must not cultivate, harvest or propagate marihuana partly indoors and partly outdoors simultaneously; and
    (d) must not cultivate, harvest or propagate marihuana outdoors if the production site is adjacent to a school, public playground, day-care facility or other public place frequented mainly by persons under 18 years of age.
    Exception
    (2) A registered person or an individual responsible for them may produce a quantity of cannabis, other than marihuana plants, at a location other than one specified in paragraph (1)(b) if the quantity produced does not exceed the equivalent of the maximum quantity of dried marihuana that they may possess under paragraph 178(2)(f).

    Transport of plants
    (3) If marihuana plants are shipped by a licensed producer to the site for the storage of cannabis, the person who is authorized by the registration to produce cannabis must transport the plants directly from that site to the site for the production of marihuana plants within seven days after the day on which the plants are received.

    Storage at specified site
    194 A person who is authorized by a registration to produce cannabis may store cannabis, other than marihuana plants, only indoors at the site authorized in the registration for that purpose.

    Inspection
    195 (1) To verify that the production of cannabis is in accordance with these Regulations and a registration, an inspector may, at any reasonable time, enter any place where the inspector believes on reasonable grounds that cannabis is being produced or stored by a registered person or a designated person, and may, for that purpose,

    (a) open and examine any receptacle or package found there that could contain cannabis;
    (b) examine anything found there that is used or may be capable of being used to produce or store cannabis;
    (c) examine any substance found there and, for the purpose of analysis, take samples; and
    (d) seize and detain, in accordance with Part IV of the Act, any substance found there, if the inspector believes, on reasonable grounds, that it is necessary.
    Consent
    (2) An inspector may not enter a dwelling place without the consent of an occupant of the dwelling place.

    Provisions of the Act
    (3) Subsections 31(6) to (9) of the Act apply, with the necessary modifications, to an inspection under this section.

    DIVISION 3
    General Obligations
    Security
    196 (1) A registered person or, if applicable, an individual who is responsible for them must maintain measures necessary to ensure the security of the cannabis in their possession and the registration certificate.

    Reporting loss or theft
    (2) In the case of the loss or theft of cannabis or the registration certificate, the registered person or the individual who is responsible for them must

    (a) within the 24 hours after becoming aware of the occurrence, notify a police force; and
    (b) within the next 72 hours after becoming aware of the occurrence, notify the Minister, in writing, and include confirmation that the notice required under paragraph (a) has been given.
    Designated person
    (3) The requirements specified in subsections (1) and (2) also apply to a designated person in regard to cannabis in their possession and the document referred to in paragraph 178(3)(b).

    Cancellation of registration
    197 (1) Subject to section 198, the Minister must cancel a registration if

    (a) the registered person is not eligible under section 174;
    (b) the designated person is not eligible under section 176;
    (c) the registered person or designated person has contravened section 193;
    (d) the registration was issued on the basis of false or misleading information;
    (e) the health care practitioner who provided the medical document to the registered person notifies the Minister in writing that the use of dried marihuana by the person is no longer supported for clinical reasons;
    (f) the health care practitioner who provided the medical document to the registered person is named in a notice issued under section 59 of the Narcotic Control Regulations that has not been retracted under section 60 of those Regulations;
    (g) the registered person or an individual who is responsible for them requests the Minister to cancel the registration; or
    (h) the registered person dies or ceases to ordinarily reside in Canada.
    Cancelling excess registrations
    (2) Subject to section 198, if a site for the production of marihuana plants is authorized under more than four registrations, the Minister must cancel the excess registrations.

    Communication to licensed producer
    (3) If a registration is cancelled and the Minister is aware that the registration has formed the basis for registering with a licensed producer under Part 1, the Minister must notify the producer of the cancellation and provide them with the following information:

    (a) the given name and surname of the person named in the cancelled registration;
    (b) the person’s date of birth;
    (c) the registration number of the cancelled registration; and
    (d) the date of the cancellation.
    Effect of cancellation
    (4) For greater certainty, if a registration is cancelled, the production of cannabis under the registration ceases to be authorized.

    Notice of cancellation
    198 The Minister must not cancel a registration , unless

    (a) the Minister has sent the registered person a notice of the reasons for the proposed cancellation and has given them an opportunity to be heard;
    (b) the Minister has sent the designated person, if any, a notice of the proposed cancellation; and
    (c) the failure that gave rise to the proposed cancellation is not rectified.
    Destruction of cannabis — registered person
    199 (1) A registered person who ceases to be authorized to produce marihuana plants under their registration must discontinue production of those plants and, subject to subsection (2), destroy all cannabis in their possession.

    Exception
    (2) The registered person is not required to destroy cannabis that is not in excess of the equivalent of the maximum quantity of dried marihuana that they may possess under paragraph 178(2)(f).

    Destruction of cannabis — designated person
    200 (1) A designated person who ceases to be authorized to produce cannabis under a registration must discontinue production of cannabis and, subject to subsection (2), destroy all cannabis in their possession.

    Exception
    (2) The person may, before destroying cannabis, transport, transfer, give or deliver, without delay, directly to the registered person, or an individual who is responsible for them, a quantity of cannabis not exceeding the equivalent of the maximum quantity of dried marihuana that the registered person may possess under paragraph 178(2)(f).

    Destruction of cannabis — change in production area
    201 If a registration is amended under section 182 or at the time of the renewal to reflect a change in the production area, the person authorized to produce cannabis must destroy

    (a) any marihuana plants under production that are in excess of the maximum number of plants that may be produced under the registration, as amended; and
    (b) any cannabis that they are storing that is in excess of the equivalent of the maximum quantity of dried marihuana that may be stored under the registration, as amended.
    Communication of information – police
    202 The Minister is authorized to provide any of the following information to a Canadian police force or a member of a Canadian police force who requests the information in the course of an investigation under the Act or these Regulations, subject to that information being used only for the purposes of that investigation and the proper administration or enforcement of the Act or these Regulations:

    (a) in respect of a named individual, whether the individual is a registered person, a designated person or an individual who is responsible for the registered person;
    (b) in respect of a specified address, whether the address is
    (i) the place where a registered person or a designated person ordinarily resides and, if so, the name of that person and the registration number,
    (ii) the site where the production of marihuana plants is authorized under a registration and, if so, the registration number, the name of the person who is authorized to produce and, if that person is a designated person, the name of the registered person who may participate in the production, or
    (iii) the site where cannabis may be stored under a registration and, if so, the information referred to in subparagraph (ii); and
    (c) in respect of a registration,
    (i) the given name, surname, date of birth and gender of the registered person, the designated person, if any, and the individuals who are responsible for the registered person, if any,
    (ii) the full address of the place where the registered person and the designated person, if any, ordinarily reside,
    (iii) the registration number,
    (iv) the maximum quantity of dried marihuana that the registered person may possess under paragraph 178(2)(f),
    (v) its effective date and expiry date,
    (vi) if the registration has expired, whether an application to renew it has been made before the date of expiry and the status of the application,
    (vii) the full address of the site where the production of marihuana plants is authorized,
    (viii) the authorized production area,
    (ix) the maximum number of marihuana plants that may be under production at the production site,
    (x) the full address of the site where cannabis may be stored, and
    (xi) the maximum quantity of dried marihuana that may be stored at the site referred to in subparagraph (x).
    Communication of information — licensing authorities
    203 (1) The Minister is authorized to provide, in respect of a health care practitioner who provided a medical document that formed the basis for a registration with the Minister, the following information to the provincial professional licensing authority that is responsible for the registration or authorization of persons to practise their profession in the province identified in the document as the province in which the practitioner is authorized to practise:

    (a) the given name, surname and date of birth of the person who registered with the Minister;
    (b) the postal code for, and the name of the province specified in, the address of the place where the registered person ordinarily resides;
    (c) the given name, surname and business address of the health care practitioner who signed the medical document and the number assigned by the province to the practitioner’s authorization to practise;
    (d) the daily quantity of dried marihuana that is specified in the medical document;
    (e) the period of use that is specified in the medical document; and
    (f) the date on which the medical document was signed by the health care practitioner.
    Definition of health care practitioner
    (2) In this section, health care practitioner has the same meaning as in section 122.

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    The government is crazy thinking anyone will sign up for this temporary new scheme. This is their way to get people on paper if you are sick you don't need to register, court case after court case has been won over and over due to gate keeper dr. This is a fishing expedition screw them I will never go through the bullshit I went through with MMAR again.

    I've moved and grow for myself I care less about what this dumbass gov is doing with yet another bandaid.

    Lipstick on a pig doesn't change the fact it's still a pig.
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    Shoot AD I don't mean to crap on what you are posting sorry bro not directed at you, just pissed off with all gov these days.
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    I probably already posted this but I'm sampling some of CEs crosses so forgive me.

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/medi...peal-1.3506015

    My understanding is that all of this shouldn't effect those of us who fall under the Allard ruling. Grandfathered in...no? Then they just wait for us to die off.

    I jumped through the hoops once and I'm too old and tired to stand up let alone jump again. Looks like the courts haven't seen the end of this. I'm seriously about to turn my back on the whole f&^king thing. If I end up illegal and get busted I'll go to court and they'll have a couple of worn out old people who Health Canada entered into an agreement with, who honored that agreement and still do. I might even rent a couple of wheel chairs for added effect, yea an oxygen tank and an IV...


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    I figured as much GiP; it's all good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by airedog View Post
    I figured as much GiP; it's all good.
    Just didn't want it to seem like I was taking a dump on you is all. It's our gov I want to shit all over.

    And Nohibition I feel the same way as you, sick and tired. I feel HC left the last year MMAR sign up to create a watch list due to all the high numbered scripts going out the dr's doors. Now this pig of a scheme and it's only "temporary"? LOL Why does it surprise me anymore we ban a plant and bomb poor children dead into the nights, yes humanity I'm part of this mess.

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    Hey GIP
    I'm just fishing for opinions on the grandfather issue. Basically I want to know if I'm wrong. I filled out and signed the deal they offered and they signed the permits, is this not a binding contract? Then (for other reasons) the supreme court said the deal was done and the gov has to uphold their end. Now Philpott says no challenge to that. If they renege on the deal then they are in breach not me IMHO. What I;m concerned about is whether I missed something here.

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    As far as i know N, you're right; injunction covers us.

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    Thanks Dawg, you guys are more into the nuts and bolts of things.
    I've been having some issues concentrating ie: reading without absorbing what I've read. Can't remember a book I read last week. Doctor said ADHD, You're reading a book while watching Neil Degrasse Tyson, talking to your wife and posting. I said "what was that doc?" lol.

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    Wrote a big long thing then couldn't push the button lol.

    IDK where I stand with the old MMAR as I moved to hide after the shit hit the fan in my old neighborhood with the mass mailing. HC tried to do this whole if you had this date on your last license you good and if not you bad kinda bullshit. My question is did my disease stop during those grey timelines or am I still the same poor sick bastard being betrayed by it's own government?

    And the 2nd part is I moved IDK how that can change my disease either maybe moving made me get rid of it, oh hang on no it seems I'm still sick so, that kinda crap don't mean shit to me either.

    So, as I see it I'm the same it's the silly system they keep changing for their own benefit not mine so fuck em. Grandfather, re apply it's the same pig with a new coat of lipstick.

    I never joined any of the class action suits due to the kind of people involved in them. Many are grow for profit DG's who just want to continue to line their pockets with gold, good for them and let them do what they want I'm in it for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nohibition View Post
    Hey GIP
    I'm just fishing for opinions on the grandfather issue. Basically I want to know if I'm wrong. I filled out and signed the deal they offered and they signed the permits, is this not a binding contract? Then (for other reasons) the supreme court said the deal was done and the gov has to uphold their end. Now Philpott says no challenge to that. If they renege on the deal then they are in breach not me IMHO. What I;m concerned about is whether I missed something here.

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    Here we go, fresh off the HC website;

    Regulations no longer in effect

    The Marihuana for Medical Purposes Regulations (MMPR) were repealed on August 24, 2016. The MMPR created conditions for a commercial industry that is responsible for the production and distribution of marijuana for medical purposes. They also made sure that Canadians with a medical need can access quality-controlled marijuana grown under secure and sanitary conditions.

    The Marihuana Medical Access Regulations (MMAR) were repealed on March 31, 2014. However, as a result of a Federal Court Order granted on March 21, 2014, individuals who were previously authorized to possess and/or produce marijuana under the former MMAR and who meet the terms of the Federal Court injunction order may continue to do so until the Court orders otherwise.

    Individuals covered by the injunction who wish to change the terms of their license, such as a change in address or designated producer, will be able to do so by registering with Health Canada under the new ACMPR.


    http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/dhp-mps/marih...propos-eng.php.

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    Hey GIP if you were legal March 24th 2014 you are grandfathered in and would not have to re-apply just retain all your permits as proof. What should be done is HC should send out confirmation letters to all of us carry overs from the old system. There is no reason they cannot do this other than to make it more difficult for us. They have all of our info on the system and it would just be another mass mailing. It would no longer have to be confidential given the changes in the laws. Betcha they don't do that.

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    that's how I read it also but wasn't sure .... if so....FUCKIN A eh? if not ....fuckin eh eh?

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