Micro Cultivation Licence
Obtaining a cannabis micro cultivation licence allows a licensee to obtain and possess cannabis, and cannabis plants or seeds by propagating, cultivating and harvesting. A licensed micro cultivator may also alter cannabis properties for testing purposes, and sell or distribute dried and fresh cannabis, and plants or seeds, to other classes of licence holders. The exception is cannabis nursery licensees, to whom only plants and seeds may be sold or distributed. A micro cultivation licence holder may also sell and distribute cannabis products to a licensee authorized to sell cannabis for medical purposes, or a person authorized to sell cannabis under provincial/territorial statute. All licensees may conduct ancillary activities (e.g., drying, trimming, milling, etc.).