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Cannabis Regulations

Version of section 91 from 2019-10-17 to 2023-01-11:


Marginal note:Testing for contaminants

  •  (1) Testing for microbial and chemical contaminants — other than residues of a pest control product or its components or derivatives — must be conducted on

    • (a) each lot or batch of cannabis — other than cannabis plants, cannabis plant seeds or edible cannabis — that

      • (i) is or will become a cannabis product, or

      • (ii) is or will be contained in a cannabis accessory that is or will become a cannabis product; or

    • (b) each lot or batch of cannabis — other than cannabis plant seeds — that

      • (i) is used to produce the cannabis referred to in paragraph (a), or

      • (ii) is used to produce edible cannabis that is or will become a cannabis product, or that is or will be contained in a cannabis accessory that is or will become a cannabis product.

  • Marginal note:Timing of testing

    (2) The testing on a lot or batch of cannabis must be conducted as follows:

    • (a) the testing referred to in paragraph (1)(a) must be conducted on the final form of the cannabis, either before or after it — or the cannabis accessory that contains it — is packaged and labelled as a cannabis product; and

    • (b) the testing referred to in paragraph (1)(b) must be conducted after the final step in the production process during which the contaminants referred to in subsection (1) could have been introduced or could be concentrated, whichever is later.

  • Marginal note:Tolerance limits

    (3) The results of the testing referred to in subsection (1) must enable a determination of whether the contaminants, if any, are or will be within the tolerance limits referred to in subsection 93(3) or 94(2) or section 101.1, as the case may be.

  • SOR/2019-206, s. 26
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