Cultivation Licence holders in Canada

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All companies in Canada who plan to cultivate (grow) cannabis must hold a federal Cultivation Licence. Licence holders can sell cannabis to other licenced cultivators or processors and authorized researchers. The Cultivation Licence is broken down into three sub-classes for cannabis:
  • Standard Cultivation Licence
  • Micro-Cultivation Licence
  • Nursery Licence
The fourth sub-class, Industrial Hemp Licence, is for hemp growers where THC levels are below 0.3 percent. The licensed cultivators listed below are authorized to perform some or all of the following cultivation activities under Health Canada's Cannabis Regulations:
  • Sell and distribute dried cannabis, fresh cannabis, cannabis plants or seeds to other licence holders (cultivators, processors, analytical testers, researchers, cannabis drug licence holders), with the exception that dried cannabis or fresh cannabis cannot be sold to the holder of a nursery licence
  • Sell and distribute cannabis plants or seeds to a licenced nursery
  • Sell and distribute cannabis products that are plants or seeds to a licence holder that is authorized to sell cannabis for medical purposes or to a person authorized to sell cannabis under a provincial or territorial Act
  • Send and deliver cannabis products that are plants or seeds to the purchaser at the request of a licence holder that is authorized to sell cannabis for medical purposes or to a  person authorized to sell cannabis under a provincial or territorial Act
  • Conduct ancillary activities (e.g., drying, trimming, milling, etc.)
For more information about Cultivation Licences, please see Appendix B: Cannabis Licensing Application Guide See all companies below
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