The Canadian Association of Medical Cannabis Dispensaries (CAMCD) and the Medical Cannabis: Standards, Engagement, Evaluation and Dissemination (SEED) Project are pleased to invite you to the 2014 CAMCD Dispensary Symposium. This is the final symposium in a series over the past 3 years held as part of the SEED Project, which is funded by the […]
Earlier this month, the Standards, Engagement, Evaluation, and Dissemination(SEED) Project released its report assessing the current practices of dispensaries in the CAMCD Certification Program, and their progress towards fulfilling the Certification Standards. The report, prepared by Rielle Capler, Kim Crosby, and Zach Walsh, is a summary of the data collected during the Baseline Survey, and […]
Our newsletter for the fall of 2014 includes updates from CAMCD, as well as information and event listings pertinent to medical cannabis dispensaries. If you aren’t on our e-mail list, you can find the newsletter here.
We are pleased to announce the publication of the Guide to Choosing a Medical Cannabis Dispensary. While we are aware that many communities in Canada that could benefit from dispensaries don’t have them, others have a plethora of dispensaries to choose from. This guide outlines important considerations that facilitate making a more informed choice. These […]
CAMCD is pleased to be collaborator on the CANARY study. This nation-wide study is open to patients with any medical condition who access cannabis under the MMAR, MMPR or neither government program. It is also open to patients who do not currently use cannabis. The CANARY Study is examining the impact of regulatory changes on patient access […]
From The Canadian Aids Society: We are pleased to provide a summary of the key findings from the Canadian Access for Medical Purposes Survey we collaborated on. Thank you to everyone who participated in the survey and/or passed it along. The survey provides valuable information about barriers to access for Canadians who use cannabis for medical […]
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA–(Marketwired – March 21, 2014) – The Canadian Association of Medical Cannabis Dispensaries (CAMCD) is encouraged by today’s Federal Court decision granting an interim injunction that allows patients to continue growing and possessing cannabis under the Medical Marihuana Access Regulations (MMAR) pending further trial. As of April 1, patients currently licensed to grow or […]