Calgary Cannabis Regulations to Be Debated: Get Involved

Calgary Cannabis Regulations to Be Debated: Get Involved

Calgary will soon be establishing the rules pertaining to cannabis consumption and business licensing. If you want your voice heard, now is the time do it.

On April 3 at 9:30am, the municipal Standing Policy Committee on Community and Protective Services will consider regulations pertaining to the following issues:

Proposed amendments to the Business Licence Bylaw
A new proposed Smoking and Vaping Bylaw and the repeal of the existing smoking bylaw
Proposed regulations regarding public consumption

On April 5th, all cannabis-related bylaw amendments will be debated at a Public Hearing Meeting of Council. The following matters will be considered:

Proposed amendments to the Land Use Bylaw
Bylaw amendments discussed in the April 3rd Standing Policy Committee on Community and Protective Services


Both meeting are open to the public, and you can have your voice heard on these important issues. These bylaws will have an impact, whether you are cannabis business owner or recreational cannabis consumer.

Here are the event links for both meetings, where you will find the report and agenda once they are posted:

April 3rd, 2018 at 9:30am – Standing Committee on Community and Protective Services

April 5th, 2018 – Combined Meeting of Council – Relating to the Cannabis Legislation

We believe that access for patients and legal-age adults to safe and high-quality Cannabis and Cannabis products is an essential right in a free market economy. We believe that Cannabis and Cannabis products must be affordable and supported by meaningful education and awareness in order to increase the likelihood that the Black and Grey Markets will successfully be eliminated.

We believe in the necessity of creating awareness for all generations of the many medicinal and wellness-centric benefits of Cannabis as an effective lifestyle product. We believe in the power of innovative technologies and processes that increase the access of legal-aged consumers, while simultaneously reducing the cost for regulated Cannabis. We believe in ensuring a fair market environment for the innovation of new cannabis products, thereby increasing access for the benefit of all Canadians.