October 16 & 17, 2019 | Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Toronto, ON
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On October 17, 2018, Canada became the first G7 country to legalize cannabis on a national level.
Since that time, unprecedented levels of capital, investment, research and innovation have shaped Canada's cannabis market into a global leader.
In order to maintain that first-mover advantage, smart, strategic public policy will continue to play a pivotal role in the years to come.
Join Canada 2020 on the anniversary of legalization for Canadian Grown, The 2020 Cannabis Public Policy Conference, for an in-depth look at the policy, scientific and business forces shaping Canada's new cannabis industry.
Hon. A. Anne McLellan
Senior Advisor, Bennett Jones LP
Chair, Government of Canada's Task Force on Cannabis Legalization and Regulation
President & CEO,
Partner, Brazeau Seller LLP
Dr. Mark Ware
Chief Medical Officer, Canopy Growth
Director of Clinical Research, Alan Edwards Pain Management Unit, McGill University Health Centre
Matthew Nordgren CEO
"Cannabis Sector Suit"
Chairman at Auxly, CEO at Nesta
CEO, 48North Cannabis Co.
CEO at Fire and Flower
Ivan Ross Vrána
Vice President, Government Relations and Business Development at Eve & Co Incorporated
Ahmed Institute for Pain and Cannabinoid Research, Calgary
Vice President External Affairs, Nesta Co.
Co-Founder and President, Business of Cannabis
CBx Data Labs
Professor and Chair, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto
Executive Vice President, Genome Canada
Senior VP Regulatory Affairs and Product Development, Aurora Cannabis Inc
Michael John Milloy
Canopy GrowthProfessor of Cannabis Research, UBC
Executive Director and CEO, Research and Productivity Council, NB
Registration: Now open on Eventbrite (Corporate, Government, Not-for-Profit & Student rates available)
* All registrants must be 19 years of age or older and must present valid government-issued photo ID at registration
Canada 2020 is Canada's leading, independent, progressive think-tank. Founded in 2006, Canada 2020 produces original research, hosts events and starts conversations about Canada's future. Canada 2020's goal is to build a community of progressive people and ideas that will engage, inform and shape public policy.