What is Tokyo Smoke Brands and what does the merge mean for shareholders?Tokyo Smoke Brands is focused on handcrafted cannabis production, immersive retail experiences, and building a portfolio of iconic, engaging cannabis lifestyle brands. Nothing will change except Doja Cannabis Ltd. will become Tokyo Smoke Brands Ltd. that will house the wholly owned subsidiaries DOJA, Tokyo Smoke, Van der Pop and Maitri.
Is my current dispensary legal?Dispensaries are not federally legal however the prospect of legalization under Justin Trudeau's Liberals has prompted owners of dispensaries to expand.
No. The Controlled Drugs and Substances Act makes it illegal to sell cannabis outside the ACMPR, which permits licensed producers to provide the drug through a mail-order system. Medical cannabis dispensaries are selling and obtaining cannabis illegally.
Can I buy your product from a Dispensary?No. The Controlled Drugs and Substances Act makes it illegal to sell cannabis outside the ACMPR, which permits licensed producers to provide the drug ONLY through a mail-order system.
What is the ACMPR?
The Government of Canada’s Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR) establish the legal framework that enables patients to obtain authorization to possess marijuana for medical purposes.
Under these regulations, physicians have primary responsibility for the decision to authorize patient use of marijuana for medical purposes.
Physicians enable patients to access a legal supply of marijuana by completing a medical document that functions like a conventional prescription. For additional information please visit : http://laws.justice.gc.ca/eng/regulations/SOR-2016-230/
Are you licensed?
What forms of payment do you accept?We accept credit card payments, Interac E-transfer, Visa Debit cards, cheques, and money orders.
What Pesticides Do You Use?We use only pesticides approved for use on cannabis by the Pesticide Management Resource Agency (PMRA) and are permitted for use in the ACMPR by Health Canada.
We Currently Use:
MIlstop (potassium bicarbonate)