CONFERENCE

VANCOUVER 2018

December 9, 2018
Cannabis Meets Healthcare / Exhibitor Load-in

December 10-11, 2018

Main Conference & Expo

Parq Vancouver Casino and Resort
info@ocannabiz.com
(905) 858-3298

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2018 Sessions and Schedules

TICKETED EVENT – CANNABIS MEETS HEALTHCARE
Sunday December 9, 2018

8:30 AM9:00 AM
VIP Delegate Pass or Cannabis Meets Healthcare Pass Required

  • Kevin Hall
    CEO, International Cannabis Solutions
    CMHC 2018
9:00 AM10:00 AM
VIP Delegate Pass or Cannabis Meets Healthcare Pass Required

  • David Ostrow
    MD, PhD LFAPA Clinical Director of VALEO Programs for LGBTQ Persons , David Ostrow Consulting
    CMHC 2018
10:00 AM10:20 AM
VIP Delegate Pass or Cannabis Meets Healthcare Pass Required
    10:20 AM11:20 AM
    VIP Delegate Pass or Cannabis Meets Healthcare Pass Required
    11:30 AM12:30 PM
    VIP Delegate Pass or Cannabis Meets Healthcare Pass Required
    12:30 PM1:30 PM

    VIP Delegate Pass or Cannabis Meets Healthcare Pass Required

      1:30 PM2:30 PM
      VIP Delegate Pass or Cannabis Meets Healthcare Pass Required
      2:40 PM3:40 PM
      VIP Delegate Pass or Cannabis Meets Healthcare Pass Required

      • Hilda Gan
        CHRL Founder and Chief People Office, People Bright Consulting
        CMHC 2018
      3:40 PM4:00 PM
      VIP Delegate Pass or Cannabis Meets Healthcare Pass Required
        4:00 PM5:00 PM
        VIP Delegate Pass or Cannabis Meets Healthcare Pass Required

        • Judge Shelli Hayes (rtd)
          CoFounder & Owner & Chief General Counsel/Corporate Secretary, Tetrasol, LLC, CoFounder & Chief Compliance Officer, American Standard Hemp Co.
          CMHC 2018
        5:00 PM6:00 PM
        VIP Delegate Pass or Cannabis Meets Healthcare Pass Required

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          DAY 1:  CONFERENCE & EXPO
          Monday December 10, 2018

          8:00 AM9:00 AM
          (Networking Breakfast - Panel Discussion) The eyes of the world are upon us, so we’ve invited some of those global onlookers to sit down, eat some Canadian bacon and get a close-up glimpse of what the investment landscape looks like in a country with legalized cannabis. U.S. federal condemnation aside, the international and American response to Canada’s bold step has been favourable. And at this wake-up session, investors worldwide will have an opportunity to witness the returns of our domestic market activity and consider investing here - with an eye towards servicing a future cannabis industry in their own backyard. Moderated By: Cheryl Shuman Separate Ticketed Event
          8:15 AM9:15 AM
          Networking breakfast open to speakers, exhibitors, and delegate pass holders. BROUGHT TO YOU BY: 
            9:15 AM9:30 AM
            9:30 AM10:20 AM
            (Keynote Presentation) What should we make of the rapidly changing regulatory status of cannabis worldwide and what does our movement need to keep moving forward? Williams will touch on his patient story and how he came to become a cannabis activist. He’ll discuss how the movement for rational cannabis regulation can and must continue to move the ball forward in light of significant progress in the United States, Canada and around the world over the past few years. Williams will also make the case that the industry MUST continue to meet the needs of patients like him as we rapidly move toward an adult use universe.
            10:30 AM11:20 AM
            (Keynote Presentation & Fireside Chat) It’s a rare moment in history - Canada is first in something other than maple syrup and hockey. Our homegrown expertise, now sought-after the world over, is what will drive global business development in the cannabis industry and help break down barriers for patients around the world. Learn how our best practices, policy development and advocacy agenda are pushing countries around the world to further the discussion on legalizing medical cannabis, and where the market development opportunities lie.
            10:30 AM11:20 AM
            (Panel Discussion) Following industry trends before cannabis was legalized October 17, was kind of a game of blind baseball. Now that there is a real market conducting literally overwhelming business, it’s time to take stock of what’s next. This session will consider issues like: the take-away from legal sales on the popularity of advanced products, the Health Canada lobbying that lies ahead to fine-tune regulatory changes, and the next generation of product technology – including distillation, chromatography testing for potency, a complete breakdown of isolates and concentrates and product formulation. It’s a serious business now, and we’ve got up-to-date serious approaches. Moderated By: Megan Henderson
            11:30 AM12:00 PM
            (Presentation)

            Packaging cannabis? Have you filed your B300 Excise Duty return? Having a Health Canada license is no longer the only point of compliance. By November 30th, LPs are also required to files B300 Excise Duty tax returns. Failing to do so can put a stop to your LP’s operations. Even if you are not responsible for packaging and calculating the excise duty there will still be a requirement to file the B300 return to itemize your inventory of product and also report on your stamps. Join Heather Weber, the Leader of MNP’s Indirect Tax Group, to find out more about how to stay on top of excise tax regulations.

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            11:30 AM12:00 PM
            (Presentation) Investing in Cannabis companies can present a unique set of investment challenges. With 20 years of Wall Street experience and 5 years of cannabis experience, Sumit will help you learn how to navigate this high growth market. Learn how to screen investment opportunities, which sectors are poised for above-average growth, how to view public vs. private investments and how to adequately diversify your portfolio. Stay abreast of the latest innovations in the industry, and learn to differentiate between ‘fad’ and ‘sustainable’. Maximize your odds for meaningful financial returns with this informative and educational talk from an experienced investor.
            12:00 PM1:00 PM
            1:00 PM1:50 PM
            (Panel Discussion) While 93% of cannabis users want to try infused products, and the government is tentatively saying “next year,” some in the cannabis sector doubt the green light will ever be extended because of uncontrolled effects. But firms like Colorado infused-product maker Dixie Brands Inc. are going so far as to buy a company on the CSE to secure an investment spot. Others are going ahead regardless with expensive extraction R&D. If the federal government digs its heels, is it encouraging black market sales since demand is there already? And will the $200 billion food and $42 billion alcohol lobbies interfere? In this panel, interested and expert parties in the infused-marijuana sector talk about the bumpy road and potential profit from legal edibles and potables in Canada. Moderated By: Peter Guo
            1:00 PM1:50 PM
            (Panel Discussion) If you grow it, they will come. But then what? Canada’s hospitality and tourism industries are being handed a new revenue source on a platter, but only the smartest companies have reacted to the opportunity at the outset. Those tourism and hospitality players are here to talk about how they plan to cater to the cannabis cultural community, what that market represents commercially, and how to integrate servicing the lifestyle of recreational marijuana consumers with past-practice vacation planning. Moderated By: Brian Applegarth

            • Brian Applegarth
              Founder & President, California Cannabis Tourism Association

            • Cheryl Shuman
              CEO & Founder, Beverly Hills Cannabis Club

            • Gavin Surerus
              President, CannaTours, Founding Partner, Grass Roots Craft Cup, Expo and Dispensary Tour

            • Miz D
              Chief Envisioning Officer of Dvibz Enterprises Inc., Founder of The Cannatherapy Concept, Canexions, Green Hat Society & Cannatourism.ca

            • Shaman Ferraro
              CEO, Gocanna
            2:00 PM2:50 PM
            (Presentation & Panel Discussion) It’s a little daunting for brand-builders when even the government has trouble staying out of trouble with the government. In August, with two months to go before national legalization, the Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation came under fire for complaints that it was “glamourizing and normalizing” marijuana on its website, overstepping federal regulations limiting them to “informational promotion.” Words like, “soothing,” “relaxing,” and “calming” were deemed unacceptable by some. So, what does this mean for marketers trying to make their product stand out and attract consumers?  This panel has parsed the language and will offer advice for what you can and can’t say to promote your product. Believe it or not, you can abide by the regs and still market effectively. Moderated By: Michael Rodenburgh BROUGHT TO YOU BY:
            2:00 PM2:50 PM
            (Panel Discussion) The federal government has made extensive changes to Canada's impaired driving laws in the wake of cannabis legalization. The rationale has been focused on community safety initiatives. However, many of these changes have the potential to adversely impact the individual rights and liberties of drivers. They also introduce new, questionable cannabis testing technology on the roadside. So where do public safety interests end, and Charter rights begin? This panel will drive these complex issues around cannabis & impaired driving - and more - home. Moderated By: Sarah Leamon
            2:30 PM3:50 PM
            (Pitch Session) Come watch 6 cannabis start-ups compete to win a Golden Ticket to appear on Entrepreneur’s 4th season of the Elevator Pitch Webcast, which has already generated more than 20 Million Web Views. Each company will have 3 minutes to pitch followed by 3 minutes of Q&A from a panel of judges featuring the best and brightest minds in cannabis. For more info please contact Peter Vogel – peter@leafwire.com About Leafwire: Leafwire (https://leafwire.com/) is a social network that connects accredited investors to cannabis companies who are fundraising. Even if you’re not fundraising, though, you can connect with your cannabis peers, post news, announce new products, promote events… and of course connect with investors. All 100% devoted to cannabis! https://leafwire.com/ Hosted By: Peter Vogel BROUGHT TO YOU BY:           Apply to Pitch  
            3:00 PM4:20 PM
            (Panel Discussion) They’ve abandoned the black market for legal product. Now customer satisfaction means everything. And there’s a long list of ways we can directly affect that – positively or negatively. These include: pricing strategies (which can be low enough to torpedo illegal sales or high enough to sustain them), long-term price unpredictability, supply-chain problems and product shortages, and a generally friendly retail experience (whether face-to-face in a bricks-and-mortar dispensary, or in a user-friendly online site). LPs also face the challenge of targeting their promotion to customers’ needs, providing the product experience they’re looking for and differentiating themselves from the competition. This session offers experts who know “the market” as people, and who understand how they think and what they expect. Moderated by: Alex Shiff
            3:00 PM3:50 PM
            (Presentation) With the legalization of Cannabis now in effect, the Cannabis Industry is growing and competition for the best Talent is fierce. Do you want to be a Leader in the Industry or will you be struggling to find staff to meet the demand? Those who know that People are your greatest asset will survive and thrive. They will be the companies to work for in the future. Learn tips and strategies from Hilda Gan, an Award Winning HR expert in building best workplaces. With her husband, she created a top 10, Best Workplace in Canada twice. As the Founder and Chief People Officer of People Bright Consulting, she strategically helps companies to create a strong HR foundation to attract and retain top talent.

            • Hilda Gan
              CHRL Founder and Chief People Office, People Bright Consulting
              CMHC 2018
            3:55 PM4:20 PM
            (Presentation) Real estate plays a key role in all aspects of the business, from cultivation, to manufacturing, to distribution, and retail.  Daniel Sax, the Founder and CEO of Sensi Properties, Canada’s first cannabis real estate investment firm, breaks down cannabis real estate, and why it matters to parties across the value chain.  He will discuss what you need to know and be thinking about as an operator in the space, why legalization will not lead to a silver bullet of bank financing, and why ownership of the real estate is not necessary for cannabis operators.
            4:30 PM5:00 PM
            (Closing Keynote) Weediquette's Krishna Andavolu discusses how the stories we tell today will inform the future of cannabis culture. Drawing on years of reporting and seasons of producing character-based, high-stakes documentary television, Krishna will share his insights about media and cannabis, and how this post-legalization crucible (in Canada and beyond) will forge the future of pot for years to come.
            5:00 PM6:00 PM
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              DAY 2:  CONFERENCE & EXPO
              Tuesday December 11, 2018

              8:00 AM9:00 AM
              (Networking Breakfast - Panel Discussion) The extent to which the female 51% of the population is driving cannabis sales – both recreationally and medicinally - is only now beginning to be understood. The panelists in this wake-up session are career entrepreneurs, marketers, advertisers and brand specialists. They understand the evolving appeal of marijuana across the gender divide and have breakaway approaches from tradition that are ideally suited to a changing future. And they’re here with valuable insights for anyone with an interest in how cultural change will affect their bottom line. Moderated By: Cheryl Shuman Separate Ticketed Event
              8:15 AM9:15 AM
              Networking Breakfast open to speakers, exhibitors and delegate pass holders.
                9:20 AM10:20 AM
                (Opening Keynote) Dr. Dedi Meiri:   Dr. Mike Dixon: Standardizing the Profile of Medical Compounds in Cannabis Using Space Exploration Technology. The Controlled Environment Systems Research Facility at the University of Guelph In Canada is among the world’s leading venues for research and technology development devoted to biological life support (ie. plants in space) for human space exploration. The requirements for high fidelity environment control for reliable and safe food production in space are among the most critical issues to resolve as food determines how far from Earth we can go and how long we can stay. These same plant production technologies have equally useful applications here on Earth, especially in the phyto-pharmaceutical field of medical cannabis. Like any plant, cannabis is a product of its environment within the limits of its genetic complement and, like any plant, the environmental context determines many attributes such as size, shape, colour, taste and complement of secondary metabolites such as THC and CBD. The prospect of raising cannabis to the status of a conventional pharmaceutical commodity requires breeding and horticultural management strategies, including environment control recipes, that ensure the standardization of the profile of medical compounds. Technologies that evolved in the life support requirements for space exploration will be discussed and demonstrated for their relevance in medical cannabis production.

                • Dr. Dedi Meiri
                  Principal Investigator, Technion Israel Institute of Technology, Laboratory of Cancer Biology and Cannabinoid Research

                • Dr. Mike Dixon
                  Professor, University of Guelph
                10:30 AM11:20 AM
                (Panel Discussion) The stringency of the Canadian Cannabis Act enforcing product compliance to set testing guidelines is being evaluated by the global marketplace. In this session, industry leaders will talk about the challenges and tactical execution of how products are tested and reported to pass compliance for lot release.  There is opportunity to minimize risk in the analytical variance of cannabis product testing between labs and to better understand standardization for potency, pesticide quantification and trace contaminant investigations lending to higher value product development. Our experts will impart a series of “frequently asked questions” and solutions that will lend to practical information to increase your ability to stay within the regulatory lines, and give your customers a quality assured product. Moderated by: Av Singh
                10:30 AM11:00 AM
                (Presentation & Panel Discussion) The CSE - Canadian Securities Exchange will be providing insight into the process of going public and raising capital in the ever-evolving Cannabis sector. Anna Serin, Director of Listing Development for the CSE, will address many of the common questions asked during the process of going public, and will speak to the complex nature, jurisdictional issues and industry specific challenges facing today’s Canadian - and U.S. - Cannabis companies in the capital markets. Presentation & Moderated By: Anna Serin

                • Anna Serin
                  Manager, Listings Development, Canadian Securities Exchange

                • John Downs
                  Director of Business Development, Arcview Group

                • Justin Meiklem
                  Vice President Sales and Marketing, Stockhouse Publishing

                • Maruf Raza
                  National Director, Public Companies, MNP
                11:10 AM11:40 AM
                (Panel Discussion) Cannabis has been off-limits to doctors and researchers in the US for the past 80 years, but recently scientists have discovered its anti-cancer properties. Armed with only these laboratory studies, desperate parents obtain cannabis oil from underground sources to prevent childhood cancers. From Abby Epstein and Ricki Lake (THE BUSINESS OF BEING BORN), WEED THE PEOPLE follows these families as they take their children’s survival into their own hands. Hosted by: Krishna Andavolu

                • Abby Epstein
                  Actress, Talk Show Host, Executive Producer, Weed the People

                • Dr. Dedi Meiri
                  Principal Investigator, Technion Israel Institute of Technology, Laboratory of Cancer Biology and Cannabinoid Research

                • Krishna Andavolu
                  Host and Executive Producer of Weediquette, VICE Media

                • Ricki Lake
                  Actress, Weed The People

                • Tracy Ryan
                  CEO & Founder, CannaKids/CK Science Kids/ Saving Sophie
                11:30 AM12:20 PM
                (Panel Discussion) The accounting model used within the cannabis industry has created a haze of confusion for LPs and investors alike. LPs look to clear the smoke around their financial statements, while LPs are asking for more transparency. Join our panel to better understand the accounting model that is driving the valuation of cannabis plants and the potential impact that this has on LP earnings. Get an inside look on how investors assess financial results – including market adjustments. Moderated By: Maruf Raza BROUGHT TO YOU BY:
                11:40 AM1:10 PM
                (Documentary Screening) Cannabis has been off-limits to doctors and researchers in the US for the past 80 years, but recently scientists have discovered its anti-cancer properties. Armed with only these laboratory studies, desperate parents obtain cannabis oil from underground sources to save their children from childhood cancers. “Weed the People” follows these families through uncharted waters as they take their children’s survival into their own hands. Some of their miraculous outcomes beget the unsettling question at the heart of the film: If weed is truly saving lives, why doesn’t the government want people to access it?
                  1:20 PM2:10 PM
                  (Panel Discussion) It’s cannabis without the high, but with all the analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties. And it opens the business up to markets far beyond the already robust existing one. This session will offer insights into the exponential growth of the THC-free analgesic product throughout the Western world, in everything from pet supplements to human health products. Is CBD a true “disruptor” to the pharmaceutical industry and others? How do its regulations vary across jurisdictions? If medical-sounding claims are made, will that invite more regulation? And with countless brands and competitors, what will the eventual shakedown look like? You’ve got questions, we’ve got answers. Moderated By: Megan Henderson

                  • Av Singh
                    Cannabis Cultivation Advisor, Flemming & Singh Cannabis Inc., Chief Science Officer, Green Gorilla

                  • Dr. Igor Kovalchuk
                    Corporate Director @ Kanata Earth , Professor / Plant Biotechnology Laboratory @ University of Lethbridge

                  • Megan Henderson
                    Executive Producer, TheGrowthOp

                  • Tim Phillips
                    Managing Director, CBD Intel
                  1:20 PM2:10 PM
                  (Panel Discussion)The Federal legalization of cannabis in Canada represents a huge opportunity for Indigenous Canadians to get involved in an emerging industry that has the potential to provide significant economic upside. Many First Nations across the country are actively pursuing opportunities in the Canadian cannabis industry and setting a new precedent for how indigenous companies work in partnership with non-indigenous companies or even as indigenous publicly traded companies. Some nations are focusing on serving their people with unique legislation that works better for them and on-reserve business licensing, while other nations are looking to tie into the federal framework and set up corporate entities to serve a larger market. No matter which approach, there is no denying the opportunity that exists for Canada's indigenous people. Join this lively discussion as we discuss different models, unique challenges, and opportunities that lie ahead for Canada's First Nations communities entering the cannabis industry. Moderated By: John Hill
                  2:20 PM2:50 PM
                  (Presentation) This presentation will discuss whether you will be stopped at US immigration, if you are what do you say and what rights you have in that situation. It will also provide tips ways to avoid having challenges when entering the United States. It will also look at whether your work is considered criminal from a state and federal perspective and explore what are currently undecided issues in US law. Opportunity will be provided to ask questions.
                  2:20 PM2:50 PM
                  (Presentation)

                  Modern cannabis ingestibles can offer less variance than the plant. When consumers are given the choice, they increasingly do NOT choose flower: California market share of dried flower in early 2018 is one-half of two years earlier.

                  The bigger, broader market that arrived with legalization has driven demand for 2x to 3x more brands and product choice. New consumers value discretion and consistency and frequently purchase for reasons other than just to get a buzz. Modern manufacturers and retailers ignore consumer demand at their peril.

                  Modern technology for ingestibles avoids liver biotransformation thus delivers more delta-9 than delta-11-hydroxy; is more easily regulated; and, can provide a more predictable and consistent experience than smoked plants. Canada’s new 2019 edibles legislation will denable disruptive changes in consumer behaviour that manufacturers and retailers must recognize in order to thrive.

                  3:00 PM3:50 PM
                  (Panel Discussion) During the Drug War, interested researchers all but had their hands tied. Today, every field of science is in play, with the result that technology is taking the industry forward at top speed. Advances in water-soluble extraction are taking infused food and drink to undreamed of quality. Automation is boosting production efficiency to the levels needed to meet major market demand. Genetics are being refined, and quality standards can be fine-tuned to their most stringent levels of efficacy and safety. Meanwhile, sophisticated data collection will affect everything from high-level financing to anticipating and meeting consumer demand. This session of tech talk will be your gateway to a cutting-edge future. Moderated by: Jason Moscovici
                  3:00 PM3:50 PM
                  (Panel Discussion) It’s a function of that old black market that the cannabis trade traditionally involved cash. But a business that is legal and out of the shadows needs complete financial transparency to cement its legitimacy. Blockchain, the electronic ledger that made cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin possible, holds great promise. The ability to digitally track supply chains, sales and transactions is the kind of innovation that allows bankers and money managers to sleep at night. This panel will consider it, and a list of other financial trial balloons – including Cannabis Business Credit Unions – as approaches to building a healthy investment environment. Moderated By: Daniel Sax
                  4:00 PM4:50 PM
                  (Panel Discussion) As legal, adult-use cannabis markets become established and begin to mature, there is a departure from traditional cannabis consumption patterns such as smoking. Health concerns, social stigma and shifting consumer preference are driving a surge in demand for the production of differentiated cannabis consumables. Extraction technology - and how extracts are formulated - play a key role in the development of products that appeal to the next generation of cannabis consumer. There is an ever-increasing array of options within extraction technology, but do all stakeholders share cohesive goals? From producers, to manufacturers, formulators, and consumers, cannabis is a rapidly changing and, at times, confusing market sector. Supercritical carbon dioxide or ethanol extraction? Whole plant extracts or distillate oil? Let us help you make sense of it all.   This panel will delve into the complexities of extraction technology, the risk and rewards of setting up an extraction facility, and the challenges of formulating extracted cannabis into edible products or beverages with market appeal and scalability. The panelists have a range of expertise including growing cannabis, the manufacturing of extraction equipment, commissioning and set up of extraction facilities, and the formulation, development and marketing of consumer products. Join us for a lively discussion on the art and economics of cannabis extraction. Moderated By: Ivan Casselman
                  4:00 PM4:50 PM
                  (Panel Discussion) How did we get here and how do we get to the rest of the journey to compassionate, dignified, affordable access to medical cannabis. Cannabis has been “legal” in Canada for medical purposes since 2001 yet still today patients have great difficulty finding doctors who will sign forms for access and guide them on methodology of use, receive quality medications in form they need to use. Cannabis patients continue to be  demoralized and abused in hospital environments and senior’s homes.  What level of government does medical cannabis access belong under?  What responsibility does the province have? Where do the municipalities fit in?  What can YOU do to move the envelope forward quicker. Moderated By: Joy Davies

                  Vancouver Hours and Info

                  On-Site Registration and Badge Pick-up

                  Main on-site registration will be located at:
                  Parq Vancouver, 39 Smithe Street
                  4th Floor, accessed by JW Marriott Hotel Elevators Only
                  Vancouver, British Columbia V6B 0R3

                  REGISTRATION HOURS

                  Sunday, December 9, 2018          7:30am - 6:00pm
                  Monday, December 10, 2018       7:00am - 6:00pm
                  Tuesday, December 11, 2018       7:00am - 4:00pm

                  INVESTORS BREAKFAST

                  Monday, December 10, 2018          8:00am - 9:00am

                  THE BRANDING BREAKFAST: LESSONS FROM QUEENS OF THE STONED AGE 

                  Tuesday, December 10, 2018         8:00am - 9:00am

                  VIP NETWORKING COCKTAIL MIXER

                  Sunday Dec 9, 7:00pm - 9:00pm
                  Meet the Exhibitors Networking Cocktail Mixer

                  EXPO 'HAPPY HOUR'

                  Monday Dec 10, 5:00pm - 6:00pm
                  Happy Hour: Networking Cocktail Mixer - Exhibit Floor

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                  DISCLAIMER

                  O’Cannabiz Conference and Expo is a cannabis industry show. Cannabis in any form is not available at this show. You must be 19+ to attend

                  Exhibit Hall Hours
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                  Sponsors - Priority Load-in

                  Sunday, December 9, 2018     12:00pm - 12:00am
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                  Sunday, December 9, 2018     2:00pm - 12:00am
                   
                   
                  Exhibition Hours
                  Monday, December 10, 2018    10:00am - 6:00pm
                  Tuesday, December 11, 2018    9:00am - 4:00pm

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                  RT @TheGrowthOp: Learning about the endocannabinoid system and how the entourage effect works with that system with Dr. Dedi Meiring and Dr…
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                  RT @SarahSeale18: This was my favourite part of @OCannabiz, I so love to hear from amazing women who are collaborating! My favourite take…

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                  CannaBiz Conference & Expo. December 6, 2018 @ 1:10PM