Cannabis Community’s “Not Done Yet Report Card” Gives Legalization a “D” Grade

In support of the historic third anniversary of the legalization of adult-use cannabis, the Cannabis Council of Canada (C3), the national organization of Canada’s licensed producers and processors, has collaborated with Cannabis Amnesty, Medical Cannabis Canada (MCC), and NORML Canada to acknowledge Canada’s global cannabis leadership with the “Not Done Yet Report Card”.

Read the full press release here.

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To act as the national voice for our members in their promotion of industry standards; support the development, growth and integrity of the regulated cannabis industry; and serve as an important resource on issues related to the safe and responsible use of cannabis for medical and non-medical purposes.

We stand firmly for keeping cannabis out of the hands of minors, helping to eliminate organized crime from the cannabis economy and creating jobs and opportunities for communities and Canadians across the country.

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Canadians are ready for a balanced and innovative approach to legal cannabis consumption. Canada’s cannabis producers follow the strictest regulations, work with governments and organizations to help keep cannabis out of the hands of minors, while generating significant new economic benefit for the towns and communities within which we operate.

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Canada’s cannabis producers are committed to working with governments at all levels to build and maintain strong regulatory processes for cannabis production and sale that are world-leading.

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Using state-of-the-art technology and science, supported by an industry that respects and embraces strong regulation and sensible policies, we earn and build trust by helping to keep our communities safe and ensuring that Canadians enjoy the economic benefits of a new legal cannabis economy. We believe in a sustainable and innovative industry that continues to deliver consistent and reliable medical and recreational products for adult Canadians.

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