Health Canada requires that licensed producers conduct mandatory testing of all cannabis products for the presence of unauthorized pesticides. To meet those quality standards, companies are finding enterprising ways to grow and cultivate “clean” cannabis.

Earlier this year, the federal government made good on its promise to introduce legislation that will legalize recreational cannabis use for Canadian adults.

The proposed Cannabis Act — estimated to come into law by July of 2018 — would allow adults to possess up to 30 grams of legal cannabis in public and grow up to four plants per household.

Beyond July 2018, Canada will join a growing wave of medical and recreational cannabis legalization taking place globally and thereby benefit economically from what most analysts forecast as an explosive market. 

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