Request Q&A
Video
Trina Fraser Ask Me Anything (WWC Conference 2020)
Available
In cart
Free
Free
Free
Free
Free
Free
Add to favorites
41
I like 0
I dislike 0
Available
In cart
Free
Free
Free
Free
Free
Free
  • Description
  • Transcript
  • Discussion

About speakers

Trina Fraser
Partner at Brazeau Seller Law
Tracy Collier
Account Manager at Marigold PR

Trina is one of Canada’s leading cannabis lawyers.

View the profile

About the talk

Canada's top cannabis lawyer, Trina Fraser of Brazeau Seller Law, sat down with Marigold PR's Tracy Collier to answer the Womxn, Wellness and Cannabis Conference's audience questions on Cannabis Regulations in Canada.

Share

How everybody that's coming and look at all these some of these faces. Classic look at all of you, bright-eyed and bushy-tailed first thing in the morning joining us. Hello. Hello. Hello, we'll just wait another second what people are still coming in to join us today the wwc. Chrissy and Trina Fantastic, thank you everybody so much for joining us. I know all of you are too from all parts of the world today, which is fantastic. We're so glad that you could join the wwc. We have a full lineup today. Hopefully we're able to tune in with Katie on Marigold live this morning.

She did lovely introduction. And again, we want to thank advisory committee members. We want to thank all of our partners certainly in the medical team course for playing this all together after everybody today. So what are we doing with everybody coming in? I think everybody's you did. Yeah. Yeah, I drunk right past 6. So what does it look like today? We're going to have a chat with Trina Fraser. I'm going to do the intro very shortly and everybody is going to send you did. We're going to run at a couple different ways

this morning. You will have an opportunity to add your questions in for the Q&A through the chat feature either through the chat feature on the right or the Q&A option at the bottom. I will be depositing intermittently to ask those questions to Trina give her a chance to speak and then we'll move to the next question. Another opportunity will be if you are interested in asking Trina question, you can cut the future to raise your hands and let us know that you're interested in speaking Daniel and myself will open your mic and you will have a chance to ask a question directed Trina. We will meet

your I can give her a chance to respond. So to be a couple different ways that it would be able to see each other if you're comfortable right now. I know it's super early in the morning, but if you want to open your cameras up so we can see if you want to stay. Final scene but completely up to you in the comfort of your home or wherever you are today shooting in so great. So what we're going to do is we have an exciting 40 minutes for you. I am going to turn it over to the lovely Trina Frazier from Razor seller La she's going to do an introduction and then we are going to start off with the

first couple questions for her. So go ahead Trina. Good morning. Everyone Hi from on what's another skinny hot day here. I hope you all are comfy and haven't joined a coffee or tea this morning. I mean, I don't know. It's very early on the west coast. I don't know if you pepper me with questions. So we don't really have any agenda today. I'm happy to talk about whatever everybody would like to talk about. I'll just give you know, the lawyer we just playing her that what I say today is legal advice Casino ticket leave The Details Matter, so I'm just trying to get

some general information and that hopefully that will be helpful to people live on our way. Fantastic. Thank you Trina Trina definitely in your situation. I would say, you know certainly through. Now this is there still so much interest in CBD products and I get constant inquiries from people booked within Canada and outside of Canada that are looking at opportunities within Canada for CBD products in particular and you know, I have to keep delivering the bad news that unlike pretty much the

whole rest of the world. We do treat CBD the same way as we treat THC and you know the best that we have right now. The Hope on the horizon is that the federal government has been conducted at consultation a new category of products called cannabis Health Products. So that would be something similar to what we already have in Canada called Natural Health Products. Nht's But obviously with cannabis so for sure that would include CBD products it might even include some lower-level THC products. We don't really know yet. We're at the very early stages of that thoroughly wipe

that you know, if this goes down as possible leads to a regulatory change that would mean that there would be this new category of CH peas that that there would be some sort of license. You would have to get to make them there would be some sort of evidentiary evidence that you'd have to submit to health Canada to prove that your product is safe to prove that it's effective based on me the claims that he would like to be able to make on that product whether it's to say it will help you sleep whether it's to say it will help reduce the appearance of wrinkles on your skin or or whatever else

you'd like to say about your product. You'll have to prove that it says that it's effective but we're still a few years away from that because right now with the government has done, is that okay? Thank you for all your input. That's great. Now we're going to form a sign. Advisory committee that's going to look at this issue and is going to make recommendations to the government about you know, how much THC should be able to be in these products and what type of claim should you be able to make about these products and you know who should be able to make these products and what sort of

production requirements should we impose it on the makers of these products? All these issues have to be worked out and then after the federal government makes that so that's that framework up assuming it does go forward. It's going to ventricle down to the province's just like it did with cannabis legalization where the feds are going to say OK provinces. Now you decide who should be able to sell CH peas and where people should be able to buy them. So we're going to have to see the provincial response we could end up with a mishmash across the country again like we have with

cannabis. So who's all going to take time to filter iOS, but that is certainly something to those who are interested in CBD markets are keeping a close eye on this and we're really watching to see what the federal government doesn't know the province's also respond and we're just again we're looking at a timeline of probably a few years. Anyway before we actually would possibly cchp the market so, you know with it as quickly evolving and yet probably not quick enough is a lot of people would like because there is a frustration that's you know, just to delete

Ali by CH CBD products right now. It's it's just like having you have to go to a cannabis retail store. You have to buy from a license online seller and that's and that's really yet which I think everybody pretty much agrees. That doesn't make a whole lot of sense. But that's what we're stuck with for the near future. Okay. I definitely can see like likely needed some frustrations coming from people that was hoping that that would be part of the initial. But you know as he mentions, we're all just going to have to wait for some next session we had is when

we start to see Farmgate stores opening in, Ontario in Canada. Yeah, I mean it hopefully quite soon because they're in progress right? There are horses to backup for 1 stock lations producers in Ontario right now going to be allowed to open a retail store on their production site. So whether you're a cultivator or processor you'd have the ability to take advantage of that and it's effectively you are a licensed producers are limited. It's not only more than 25% collectively of any retailer in this in this province except for

your friend at store. So we haven't seen any open yet that I'm aware of but certainly there's no I in the pipeline and I know they're being processed. I know clients are working through the issues of how a retail store on your production facility would would work out of that kind of interplay Health Canada requirements to keep your site secure and so I was processing applications and yoshie ass is starting to figure out what That type of relationship is going to look like, you know, you're not going to have to take your product

that you've made and send it out to the OC has to be where I was and then to get shipped back to your facility again, we're going to bypass that physical requirement to have to send your product to the distributor, but there will still be you know, the chain of title there where you will sell to the OCS active Lionel sell back to you. So all of those kind of details are still being worked at it, but that's going to look like but I think in the knot you'd like this year for sure. We're going to see those Farm Gates start to open and we'll see that what with that new opportunities.

Fantastic fantastic and one of the other questions that you were getting a lot and I think some people are likely in this group interested in this answer is our house has helped Canada and the CRA didn't manage licensing during Co beds. Yeah remarkably. Well, I have to say I was fearful when March that we were going to see a complete halt on licensing both from CRA in health Canada given the fact that you know, everybody was sent home and had to work remotely and you know, there's always been challenges about

what the federal government's been prepared to do in remotely privacy issues and everything else. So but they have adjusted amazingly well and I have to take you if you pay attention on Fridays and health Canada issues licenses Nathan getting pumped it probably been using a higher rate than they were before covid-19. You don't think they were up until very recently I think still to some extent issuing verbal licenses cannabis licenses to new to new license holders to be to allow them to their operations for temporary 6 months basa saying okay after 6 months will go back and maybe do the full site

visit then and and extend your license for what would normally be the term of two years. But for now, at least we don't want to hold up the commencement of your operation. So we'll just take a quick look at your materials and we'll give you a verbal license on that basis things are starting to get back to normal slowly. But you know, we're also prepared for the potential of a, you know, a second wave of so good. So it's nice to see that that you know, things can continue even with nobody in an office and you know that it has been very happy. And

in fact, I've seen some of the best shortest times to licensing that I've seen in 7 years. Absolutely. Absolutely. Okay. I'm going to turn over to some of the questions in here against reminder to pay that's joining. And if you have a question for Trina to cease I'm drop it into the chat section and we'll do our best to get as many questions answer for you to dinner possible one of the ones coming in here for and to give him hang on. This is a long when you're given the removal of a cannabis oil product class in the act in October 17th,

2020. How do you think the phasing out of the products will look like from the retailer sells to Canada? Do you think that any oil bottles were meeting in the shells be subjected to recall? That's something you can touch on. Well, I mean that's so whales are just getting subsumed within extracts right but there were there were some grandfathering Provisions that allowed users who had amassed an inventory of oil products that were produced and packaged and labeled 223 2.0 standards to continue to sell them to

sell inventory for a. Of time. So, you know, they they we will headed add line where those products can no longer be sold. I think that's also got to be coupled with retailers policies greater than and distribute provincial distributors in particular because they are starting to really tighten up their their processes in there rules about how long product gets before it basically gets sent back to the to the producer. So, you know, all of those things combined if your pregnant Royal product is doesn't need current regular. And if it doesn't sell

through by the Fall, then yeah it that it's it's going to ultimately make its way. It's back to the producer for I'm passing answer. Thank you. Another question we have coming in from David. Thank you for joining us today going to be a long one. I'm setting up a business where I expect to be working with acmpr and Legacy clients to see them in transitioning. May decide not to join the legal Market. What protections do I have in can I put in place to protect both then and myself in your working relationship? Yeah, I mean that's

that's a good question. And I think again the story did the beginning of that question say what is the nature of the service is being provided it? It's not sharing the nature of the service. I think just generally speaking to people that you know, I'm I'm really wanted things I love doing is working with Legacy Market participants in helping bring them into the legal framework at and assist with that transition. If you ultimately decide that it's not for you

and you go a different direction. I mean, I think that's your business. I I can't assist you with that as a lawyer is an officer of the court and I think for any service provider you just have to be careful that you're not putting yourself in a position where you're seeing to be aiding and abetting those activities, right? That's where I guess the wrist could be created. So pending on the nature of the services. Extent of your involvement in those operations. That's potentially what you could be exposing yourself to so, you know, you just have to obviously be be careful in

that respect, of course and even the mention here was asking as far as an NBA like allowing with this sort of support them as far as I climb Provisions help protect them. I will not not as far. Can chili be criminal activity? Right? That's not that's not funny guy. Is that would only work in the context of solicitor-client privilege, but outside of solicitor and client relationship, you know, you you if you are a service provider and your client is engaged in activities there to be investigated by law enforcement, you know, you could be served

with a subpoena you could be summons does of you know, you could be investigate it yourself again based on the nature of your involvement. I don't want to be a fear Monger yet. I think the chances of those types of things happening are becoming more and more remote is is there seems to be there still enforcement happening the Kansas activities that are outside the legal framework don't think it's a free-for-all it's not but there also is a reluctance of law enforcement to dedicate very valuable and scarce resources to but they do, you know considered to be kind of low-level

offenses related strictly to Canada. So that being said Technically speaking. Are they offside? Yes, and you should you be careful about how closely you are tying yourself. Yes, you should. Course absolutely. Next question. We have have you heard of any further input from Health Canada on Virtual sales amendments and the required applicants to participate in the compliance promotion sessions with health Canada inspectors. I haven't really heard anything directly from Health Canada that since they made the announcement

that they were going to move in that direction, but I do know just in practice even had a few clients yet since that announcement was made and it's clear that they'll Canada is taking a case-by-case approach to that. So for example and a case where a client had already gone through many site inspections are free sales Amendment help candida made an internal risk decision. I guess that they were comfortable issuing the sales Amendment on the basis of the compliance that the client had demonstrated to that point and you

know, really there was no virtual inspection and there was no complaints session but there was a track record in history in that case. So another client is actually in the process of working out with that virtual inspection is going to look like and so it real I think it's going to detect you really are essentially brand new license holder a new processor who's you as quickly as possible asking for sales and you know what a time when you know inspector has ever set foot in your facility because you know, you you got license Moscato good. I think you can expect to be on the end

of the spectrum where they're going to probably want to take some extra steps with you two to get Comfort before they give you that fails inspection. So it's not a one-size-fits-all approach and really the best you can do is submit that application reveal the moment and and then, you know, see how he'll candidate reacts and work with them to establish whatever requirements they decide to to impose upon you before they're prepared to give you that Amendment. Amazing that question was actually coming in from Rebecca. So thank you very much Rebecca. Great response to

okay, we're going to open it up shortly to the audience. So prepare your questions and you can just raise your hands that we can see when we can open your mic the next question. I'm going to ask images of cannabis on the website and social media provided it complies with our regulations. No pricing on encouraging her appearance young people Etc. Yeah, I mean that again so promotional stuff it all comes down to the issue of is this a promotion the near depiction of cannabis in and of itself

is not prohibited. The question is whether that depiction of cannabis somehow creates or contributes to that being a promotion at a you buy based on what I hear in the question. You're on you're on the right track, right if there's nothing being offered for sale. If there's no link to this is where you buy this product. There's no information about pricing things like that. Those are the factors that you would take into consideration to to assess the risk level attached to his is this going to be viewed as a promotion

which then would be offside if it doesn't fall within one of the exceptions for information on brand preference promotion. So, you know, if it's just in your depiction probably fine. If you are concerned that it is a promotion perhaps than you making sure that you fall within one of those exceptions a jaded environment place where miners are prohibited by law mail to a person address specifically to them and who is human age verify. Those are the still be able to kind of move forward in those types of environments. But just as far as throwing it out there and for all to see

then you do have to be really careful, you know, typically it's not just a mere depiction of a cannabis plants in conjunction with some other messaging that you're trying to deliver and then you have to be looking very carefully at whether that does constitute a promotion. Absolutely and I think that's a touch on that velvet basses in regards to the brand promotion. Can it be done by third-party example reviews testimonials and reviews Will you can't stop anybody from talking about your products or Services? The problem is going to be if you are paying or incentivizing

somebody to talk about your products and services because they're obviously is a Prohibition on testimonials and endorsements kind of blanket prohibition. So so that cost side. So that's the only been a little crack that someone tried to wiggle themselves into where you try to nurture these, you know super fans of your products in your services who who will gratuitously spontaneously promotes and endorse your products. But again, you do have to be careful about what your role is

in that because you get your certainly again if you were if there's consideration flowing to that influence her review or whoever it is that that could be problematic but listen again, this is there. You know, I could damage response that I can give and then there's that kind of practical response are practically speaking. Are we seeing by consumer reviews know so I think that's a relatively low-risk activity that being said again as a as a seller producer. You just have to be careful about

building that into your overall promotional plan. Fantastic question here coming from Kiernan and a specific went to a retailer. So they've recently seen retailers in Toronto specifically starts to slavery pictures for sale on the floor house. The regulations lifted for cannabis retailers in regards to Ontario smoke-free act that was preventing them from displaying them before. No sew in the boat promotional related things because there does seem to be not a lot of enforcement right now when it comes to or Clarity from the AGCO about emotional issues. So

things like display of vaping products selling down wall material inducements from producers buying shelf space all of that type of Desert Hot Topics and unfortunately don't often have very satisfying answers give to clients because they're saying we'll so and so is doing this. You know, it's like well, yeah, but I can't I can't bless that for you because I don't know how you would be able to establish that that's not a material inducement. So You know, hopefully again moving forward

we're going to get you know, and then he asked if I get from the agcl as well are you know, basically indicating that they these things are problematic but then again, you know that linking that to our retailers managing to still do that, but the parents and Community, I don't have the answer for that. I think I'm in for any kind of retailers out there at you and you just have to have to do the risk assessment. You have to be prepared when inspectors do start walking back through the doors again that you're going to have to answer for these things. There is some definitely

Ally mean I've definitely seen cases where even inspectors are not necessarily all on the same page about what is and isn't permitted which makes it extra challenging. So, you know, we're all trying to work through these issues together and hopefully again as time passes and you start to the agency Litify and hopefully clarify its position on these issues. You know, what will have a Level Playing Field for everyone right now. It seems to be who's willing to take the risk and just a touch on that somebody from the audience did mention from their

understanding as they work in cannabis Market themselves at some stores or areas. The AGCO inspectors have been going to easier on certain things, but it doesn't make any sense. It doesn't make any sense that you shouldn't be able to display Vapor Products within the store. Right? But that technically is what the smoke-free Air Act requires now, you can display a photograph of a vaping product bizarrely but not the product itself so we can doesn't really make much sense and that may be why we're seeing some

relax music about it by inspectors and you'll hopefully we would just get to the point where they would be a clean up in the smoke-free Ontario act that would clarify that that doesn't I canvas retailers great. Thank you. All right. I am going to open it up now. It looks like we have a Mandy that does have a question for you. So just give me a second while the unused her and then Randy can you hear us? Mandy Edgar French about to know where she's coming in today from

Okay, it doesn't seem to be unmuting. So I'll keep going Mandy would likely have a notification in there. Okay, so I'm down here. So about opening order for new dispensary. Sorry. You can answer a question about opening order for a new dispensary. Also, one of the current rules of partnering with neighborhood businesses. So I'm not sure what province in particular she's asking about it but I mean basically in Ontario, for example, when you do get what area you get close the licensing with the AGCO with the unit of your retail store authorization. There's a

communication with OCS in UV OCS will reach out to you and will say, you know, hey, will you be understand your you know at this point in the process and let's get the process started. The first thing they'll do is make you sign an NDA and then they'll start having discussions with you about what the buying process looks like. This is why I dream that you're going to have to enter into it with them what the ordering process looks like. All of that will be handheld through that process with representative. And when you get to that point in the licensing process and as far as partnering with

neighborhood businesses, I guess I'd have to understand a little bit better exactly what that consisted of but you know, you have to follow the register standards as far as advertising go. You have to follow the Cannabis act as far as promotion goes. So, you know, if you're saying partnering in the sense of that you do you want to somehow get them to promote your business for you and you were promote there is an exchange, you know, that would probably be problematic because their store is probably not one where informational a brand preference promotion can happen cuz it's probably

not one of the types of things you'd have to keep in mind when you're speaking to your mother. Do I think it's a bad idea to establish relationships from the second you you decide that you start negotiating a lease for a retail store start talking to the neighbors. You want your business neighbors to end all of your neighbors to be your friends. Not sure not your phone. You want it you want it and get off on the right foot with them and really establish positive relationship with everyone in the vicinity of

your store. Absolutely. Absolutely. Okay couple more in here just a reminder everybody quit the raise your hand if you do have any questions or if it is being shy today what time it's taking you for RSA applicants in Ontario to get their license from application to issue and is the AGCO adhering to the 20-month standard that they set So it's I'm really hesitant to say at this point because of covid-19 doing these virtual inspections, but everything is just in one

heel and right now so I haven't really been clear from the very beginning when they made this comment of 20 stores for month, whether they were just trying to temper expectations of how quickly they be able to pump out the RSA or if they were actually spending a cat for themselves, but that's not really clear in the comments that I've seen from you just you don't really offer any Clarity on that point. We know that there were hundreds of RSA applications filed at the beginning of March when they opened and we've seen hundreds of them already

go to public consultation. So they are processing the matter pretty rapid Pace, but we're getting to the point now where we're seeing lots of those public consultations completed. We're seeing some of the restrictions I'm done construction be lifted so that people can actually start and finish the build-out of their stores and be in a position to tell the AGCO. Okay, I'm ready for inspection. So we're going to kind of see very soon how quickly we're going to see because we're going to start start to see a large volume of the stores be ready for licensing and then we're going to

see what the agency has responses for how quickly they can actually start issuing the IRS days whether we are going to see them truly limited to 20 per month or whether they're going to be able to start providing them at a faster Pace, you know, if it if it truly is 20 a month then you know, we've got a two-year wait right now, right which doesn't make a lot of sense. So again my hope is that. That was just again to offer a little bit of realistic outlook for for potential retailers to say just cuz you

apply in March doesn't mean that your door. Going to be open in July or August right? There may be a week in there as we worked through the process. So, you know right now we are seeing that even those who applied in March in the midst of that huge flood of applications be for the most part are they are being picked up by reviewers. They are going to public consultation and really wants that completed and generally speaking him seeing less objections filed than we were the first to the first two Lottery rounds. So, you know, I'm I'm hopeful that we'll have lots of storage ready to

go very soon and I'm hopeful that those are essays are granted to them when they do tell the AGCO we're ready and we built our compliance store. Fantastic. Okay. I'm going to open it up to Rebecca. Hi, Rebecca. Can you hear us from today as well? Before? You ask your questions station in combination with Healthcare professionals. My sister and I are pharmacists Mendes respectively. So super excited to be in the Cannabis industry and my questions actually on promotion and Instagram and content that we're putting out there. So part of what we share is just little Timbits from our

farming operation and you know day-to-day life kind of funny little anecdote. So interesting to followers and I just was wondering what the limitations are for that and you know where we might stand as a lifestyle promotion because we don't want to be promoting the life. Family farming operation in cannabis, but it is a part of our business in a part of who we are. So we do want to be able to share it. Yeah, great questions. I mean social media is a tricky one in the promotional world because number one we're not really clear yet on what is

appropriate insufficient age rating for social media channels. I mean what the with the access is you have to take reasonable steps to ensure. It can't be accessed by a minor, you know when it comes to Instagram or Twitter or Facebook, whatever what does that mean? We don't have Clarity from Hell Canada on that we're seeing companies to take the position that you know, I have the extent that age dating is possible within that platform. We've availed ourselves of those options and that's reasonable steps weather if you don't some pieces and not much more than saying you don't follow

up so after you know 19 or whatever, I'm not sure that that's sufficient, but you let Spanish people are taking and they'll continue to take it until I can't There's the other issues band again and you don't even if this is not an educated environment at what point does the type of post that you're putting up their become a promotion. Is it even a promotion if we're just telling people this is what we do. We're not, you know offering products for sale at this point. And then again, that's a bit of a fuzzy line. I mean the definition of promotion in the ACT is quite Broad

and Erie making any representations of boat cannabis with essentially the intention ultimately it's spelling something was a pretty wide next that can be cashed but generally speaking. I think if you're just trying to present yourselves as responsible of confined operators and cultivators, that's a relatively low-risk on activity as far as the lifestyle side of it goes again. This is one work, you know again no Clarity. What does that mean? Like way of life with what is in the way of life, but I think really what the heart of man. Prohibition is about is is

the the glamorization of cannabis be the the aspirational presentation of cannabis in a way that would be perceived as trying to encourage people to consume cannabis. So I think if you're just talking about these are the methods of operation that we do this is how we do this as a family farming business. I think that's a very probably low risk presentation. I don't think that Health Canada is concerned about glamorizing Farm life, so, That it's in the obstinate generally speaking. I think those are pretty much the

house for clients and you know giving them. Okay, here's my knee-jerk reaction. You're getting into dangerous territory here because or I don't like nothing in there. So you strikes me as as something that would be concerning to a regulator again keeping in mind that the primary objective here is not the encouraging people who don't consume cannabis to start and not to be encouraging and a children writes and in disposing children to aspirational advertising of cannabis. It's kind

of keep those things as though when you're preparing your post. I think you'll be fine. Okay, perfect. We have just time for one more quick question Anna Joe. Can you hear us now? Wonderful. Hi there. Hi John. You have your question for Trina. Go ahead. Where you calling him from today. I'm calling from Windsor Ontario by Trina. How are you? Good morning, Trina. Would you be able to speak to the exercise stamp requirement on Edibles extracts and topicals for products

with less than 20% THC for oil? It seems pretty clear-cut, but for these new products classes seems a little bit cloudy. So I was just wondering if you would be able to you I'll comment on that. There is a lot of misunderstanding and misconceptions about that. So be very careful anybody who tells you if you can show there's less than .3% THC in it no stamp is required. That's not true. It's only true for dry cannabis fresh cannabis and and oils especially if you look at the excise tax

2001 which imposes the excise duty and stamping regime it speaks to on the product needing to be in in liquid form essentially at room temperature. So something like a topical for example, which is not in liquid form. Even if it's made with an oil that is less than .3% THC that product will have to be stamped and it just it doesn't apply to those 2.0 products Edibles the same thing any any High concentration extracts in any form same thing. So if you know, you're going to have to it's it's not automatic

and I think I think the rationale for that is because we were talking in some of those cases but such highly concentrated products that even if Fell below 2.3% THC threshold, you could still be talking about a fairly significant amount of THC within the package of the product and I think I think that's probably the rationale behind it. I'm not sure nail. So I have something to do with the belief of whether those products are possibly medical or not. But yes, be careful the standing regime. It's not just of it.

It's got to be below .3% So I buy 5/8 gauge the last it's got to be one of them fall into a particular product category. Perfect. Thank you. Wonderful. So unfortunately, we are wrapping up. We are at a time. I want to personally thank Trina so much for joining us and being part unit also part at BWW advisory committee. So she has been a big part of helping pull all this together and what you're going to see roll out today. So thank you very much Trina there is all day and

talk to you there is still a lot of questions. Unfortunately that we didn't get to so what's the Blessed place that people can reach you to maybe add some specific questions. I get some guidance. Well, I mean as far as social media goes the platform. I'm pretty much on is is Twitter. I just don't have time for anything else. So Twitter is a good way to DM me or treat at me on Twitter at Rena Fraser or you'll see on my Twitter profile. My email address is in there as well. You're welcome to it and just for everybody that is

in conversation. The compliant marketing discussion is coming up next to the andaz reminder. Check your email cuz you would have received all the late for today's visit different lengths then what you join in today. So, once again, thank you very much for joining WWE today. Have a wonderful day and say hello to everybody by everybody. Got your day. Enjoy it. Thank you very much. Take care of everybody.

Cackle comments for the website

Buy this talk

Access to the talk “Trina Fraser Ask Me Anything (WWC Conference 2020)”
Available
In cart
Free
Free
Free
Free
Free
Free

Full access to the live streams of the event

Get access to all videos “Womxn, Wellness and Cannabis Conference 2020”
Available
In cart
Free
Free
Free
Free
Free
Free
Ticket

Interested in topic “Cannabis & CBD”?

You might be interested in videos from this event

December 11 - 12, 2020
Houston
26
181
cannabinoid pharmacology, cannabis, cbd, cbd dosing, dea, fda, hemp, psychedelics

Similar talks

Charlotte Bowyer
Senior Consultant at Hanway Associates
+ 5 speakers
Tijen Yalchin
Co-Founder at EKS
+ 5 speakers
Ashley Short
Co-Founder at EKS
+ 5 speakers
S. Siobhan McCarthy
CEO at blyssful ALCHEMY
+ 5 speakers
Jasmin Thomas
Founder at OhanaCBD
+ 5 speakers
Jamie Pearson
President & CEO at Bhang
+ 5 speakers
Available
In cart
Free
Free
Free
Free
Free
Free
Bridget Hoffer
Co-Founder at Marigold Marketing & PR
+ 4 speakers
Gill Polard
Founder and Publisher at The Her(B) Life
+ 4 speakers
Mari-Len De Guzman
Editor, Grow Opportunity at Annex Business Media
+ 4 speakers
Heather Schurr
Director Of Operations at Cannabis Financial Network
+ 4 speakers
Blaine Pearson
Founder & CEO at Dot Dot Dash
+ 4 speakers
Available
In cart
Free
Free
Free
Free
Free
Free
Deepak Anand
CEO at Materia
+ 4 speakers
Maya Glogowski
Managing Partner at SERVE
+ 4 speakers
Rosy Mondin
CEO & Director at World Class Extractions
+ 4 speakers
Bridget Hoffer
Co-Founder at Marigold Marketing & PR
+ 4 speakers
Ulla Singapuri
Chief Strategic Officer at KannaSwiss AG
+ 4 speakers
Available
In cart
Free
Free
Free
Free
Free
Free

Buy this video

Video

Access to the talk “Trina Fraser Ask Me Anything (WWC Conference 2020)”
Available
In cart
Free
Free
Free
Free
Free
Free

Conference Cast

With ConferenceCast.tv, you get access to our library of the world's best conference talks.

Conference Cast
575 conferences
23117 speakers
8618 hours of content
Trina Fraser
Tracy Collier