Canada streamlines medical marijuana licensing process

Canadian regulators have implemented new rules intended to streamline the licensing process for medical marijuana producers, a move aimed at boosting the overall output of MMJ and the number of legal cultivators. The move is likely to speed the process for licensing MMJ producers and shrink the backlog of hundreds of outstanding applicants. Key changes in the licensing process include devoting more personnel and other resources to application reviews, allowing staffers to examine some application sections concurrently, and extending the length of the licenses, Health Canada said in a news release. Also, licensed producers will be allowed ... Canada streamlines medical marijuana licensing process is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs