Health Canada Processing Stage

 Description of Application Process Stage


The site evidence package submission. After the building is complete and all the requirements met ready for Health Canada inspection the Applicant delivers the site evidence package comprising a video walk through of the premises (without equipment) as well evidence that the security equipment is fully functional. This will be filed with Health Canada 10 working days after the filing of Applicant’s documentation as described below.
Preparation of Application and supporting documentation: ready for CTLS filing. Drafting the License application with accompanying documents including the pre-licensing Quality Assurance Report (QAR), SOPS for equipment cleaning and commissioning, cleaning and sanitization and all other documentation including the Floor Plan layout with inputs from the technical team, architect, security of premises (Vault, Cameras and perimeter fence), site organizational report, record keeping software,  pest control management plan, and all other documentation ready for the Cannabis Tracking and Licensing System (“CTLS”) filing
The creation CTLS account with Health Canada by the Corporation, including key personnel. Registration and application filing with Health Canada’s Cannabis Tracking and Licensing System (“CTLS”) used for filing documents with the application listed above. Each Officer Director or key personnel described in the Cannabis Regulations will require to file their security clearance through the CTLS.
Application Screening by Health Canada


During the screening each section of the application with accompanying documentaton submission is assed in detail to determine if the submission is complete and is sufficient to assess the requirements of the regulations.
Review and Security Clearance by Health Canada


The application is then reviewed in more detail to verify that the various application requirements are met. The security clearance process will run concurrently with the review.
Pre-Licensing Approval Process-on-site -pre-license inspection Following the review of the site evidence package by Health Canada, an on-site inspection by Health Canadas inspectors will take place.
Issuance of License

(in the case of std and micro processing licenses)

The results of the pre-license inspection are reviewed with all the information submitted to Health Canada, and an initial license for authorized activities will be issued approximately 100 business days or less.
Full Cultivation License- License to sell After at least one crop with limited capacity is produced, processed and tested to the satisfaction of Health Canada, the Producer’s License will be issued.

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