Micro Cultivation Cannabis License
What is a Micro License, and How to Obtain it
This license would authorize the micro licensee to grow indoors, greenhouse, or outdoors. Only one micro-processing license can be applied for (per physical site address) and can be combined with a micro processing/extraction license.
What Makes it 'Micro'?
This license authorizes a growing area of 2150 square feet (200 square meters) This area is considered 'leaf canopy'; a blanket term for all parts of the plants which are able to be cultivated, propagated or harvested. The 2150 sq ft area does not include an access area - so long as it is not covered by leaf canopy (usually 25%).
With a Micro cultivation license, there is no requirement for a quality assurance person, however, a master grower is required and is responsible for the cultivation and harvest of the plants. The micro cultivation license also allows you to designate an alternate master grower who is qualified to replace the master grower.
Important: Request an approval change to your Cultivation license for Processing, and save huge processing costs.
What We'll Need From You...
Identify a physical site for the micro-cultivation license, and ensure sufficient supply of water and power for the cannabis growing operations.
Inquire from local and/or provincial government if there are any bylaws or other laws that will prevent cannabis operations under the Cannabis Regulations
Ensure that all senior personnel, such as Master Grower and Directors, do not have criminal records to allow for successful security clearance.
...To Provide You With
Saved construction costs! We work with your construction project manager to ensure the internal build out is done according to our developed floor plan to ensure compliance with Health Canada requirements.
Drafting the Quality Assurance Report Part 5 (Good Production Practices) of the Cannabis Regulations.
Advice on the record keeping package, including screenshots for use in the license application and for later use when operational.
Drafting the GPP Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and identifying the GPP areas with product flow diagrams.
Analysis of corporate information, including: articles of association, shareholders and supply agreements, and writing the Health Canada's Key Investors Report as defined in the Cannabis Regulations.
The Site Organizational Chart, with the Security audit and security report that describes the security information and security standard operating procedures (20) detailing the security mitigation measures to potential security threats.
Checking land zoning and bylaws & Formal notifications according to the Cannabis Regulations to local government, RCMP and fire department in your city.
Thinking of Obtaining a Micro License?
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