What We Do for You for your Micro Cultivation License
What you need to do
- 1Identify a physical site for the cultivation license.
- 2Inquire from Local and/or Provincial Government if there are any bylaws or other laws that will prevent Cannabis operations under the Cannabis Regulations.
- 3Ensure that all senior personnel such as the Master Grower and Directors, do not have criminal records and can pass security clearance.
- 4Identify a Master Grower for the cultivation operations.
What we do for you
- Drafting, and advising on the Health Canada License application form which in turn describes the key personnel, products and their volume (dry, extracts, clones, seeds), physical site, consent by land owner to use the site operations.
- Deliver our standard floor plan for this Licenses category for use in the application and quality assurance and security report (premises).
- Deliver our security report with security technology including recording and data storage specifications.
- Deliver our recommended record keeping package with screenshots for use in the License application and for later use when operational.
- Analysis of corporate information such as articles of association, shareholders and supply agreements and writing the Health Canada’s Key Investors Report (“KIR”), as defined in the Cannabis Regulations.
- Creating a Corporate Profile to demonstrate that the personnel have the training experience and technical knowledge relating to Part 5 (GPP requirements) of the Cannabis Regulation.
- The filing of the Corporate Profile using the Health Canada CTLS, with the Corporate Organization Chart described below.
- The subsequent construction of the Organizational Chart required by the Cannabis Regulations for outlining the relationships of directors and officers as well as those entitles or individuals that directly control the license.
- Analysis of all personnel to meet Health Canada’s requirements for site personnel.
- The Organizational Security Plan (OSP), the integrated plan that broadly outlines security information and operating procedures, which captures the security mitigation measures the applicant will take to prevent, detect, and respond to potential security incidents that could result in the diversion of cannabis to or from the illicit market.
- The drafting and constructing the Site Organizational Chart, (part of the Organizational Security Plan) which shows the management relationships and control of activities such as standard operating procedures (SOPs), sensitive security information, financial controls, and contracts for goods and services.
- Formal notifications in terms of the Cannabis Regulations to local government, RCMP and fire department, city and land zoning and bylaws.
- Supervision and assisting the Applicant in obtaining personnel security clearances in support of the License application.