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Saskatchewan’s Cannabis Framework combines both how the Government of Saskatchewan plans to regulate cannabis and the public survey results. The framework outlines various aspects of cannabis legalization and regulation within Saskatchewan such as, keeping our roads safe, workplace safety, wholesale, distribution, and retail sales.
The Government of Saskatchewan held a public consultation from September 8 to October 6, 2017. The results and feedback from the survey will help develop the legislation and regulations for legalized cannabis use in Saskatchewan.
Additional information on the Federal Government’s Cannabis Act and cannabis legalization in Canada.
Learn more about health risks associated with cannabis use, include short and long-term health effects.
The deadline for submissions under the Request for Proposals process for cannabis retail permits has now passed. The evaluation process is now underway and SLGA expects to announce successful proponents in the coming weeks.
SLGA is now accepting applications for wholesale cannabis permits, as well as licensed producer registrations.
Children may have many questions about cannabis, and it is important that they have clear, accurate information to help them make healthy choices. Resources on this page will help answer those questions and guide discussions about cannabis use.
Learn more about impaired driving laws and cannabis use in Saskatchewan.
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