Cannabis Legalization One-day Conference

Red River College
October 19, 2018
Location: Red River College, Princess Street Campus, Main Floor
Time: 9:00 am – 4:00pm
Cost: $99 Regular  |  $25.00 Student Rate with Valid Student ID

Red River College, School of Indigenous Education welcomes you to a one-day Cannabis Day Conference. Join us for a day of learning, opportunity and networking with panel speakers that include Industry experts from Navigator, Bonify and National Access Canada, including Medical Professionals doctors and patients, educators, investors, and entrepreneurs as well as provincial and federal regulators. With Canada set to become the first G7 country to have full legalization on both medical and recreational use of cannabis, education, research & development will play a significant role in this emerging industry.  Come learn this growing Cannabis Industry In Manitoba including  upcoming courses at Red River College and the growing partnership opportunities with First Nations and Métis Nations.

Confirmed speakers:

  • Navigator
  • Trevor Green, CEO OneLeaf
  • Dr. Brent Guppy
  • Dr. Shelley Turner
  • Dr. Faith Dieleman
  • Bonify
  • OneLeaf
  • National Access Cannabis
  • First Farmacy Medical
  • Fresh Forage
  • Onekanew Christian Sinclair
  • Chief Marcel Moody
  • Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs, Grand Chief Arlen Dumas

And more to come…

To register, please sign up on Eventbrite

Visit Facebook Event Page: https://t.co/Og1KYE4G9i

For questions, please email mpaul50@rrc.ca  or call 204-632-3773.

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Red River College is also offering a Continuing Education night course starting November 6th

Cannabis 101 
This course will provide 36 hours of instruction with Dr Shelley Turner:

  • a science-based overview of the cannabis plant from genetics, to production and processing, and to market;
  • a review of the regulations and restrictions in the medical and recreational space, and how they apply provincially and federally;
  • up-to-date information regarding medical cannabis therapy and harm reduction strategies;
  • robust discussion on the safety and social responsibility topics in the industry; and.
  • an overview of the current research and development in the industryTo register: http://rrc.ca/cannabis101
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