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The Most Anticipated Canadian Cannabis Events // Summer 2019

This is the first summer in Canada since legalization, so you can expect big brands and small cities alike are celebrating with a whole host of cannabis-centered events. 

If you don’t want to miss out, check out this calendar of top cannabis events across Canada for music festivals, educational days, and industry events. 

July Events Across Canada

  • July 5-8
    The 12th Great Canadian Glass Gathering & Cannabis Cup

Birkin, British Columbia

Perfect for cannabis connoisseurs and those fascinated by glass work and the beauty of glass blowing. 

The multi-day festival also offers comedy, camping, glass sales, demos, and, of course, the Cannabis Cup competition with a prize of a Custom Functional Redbeard Original worth over a thousand dollars. 

  • July 6
    Cannabis Tissue Culture Workshop
    Toronto, Ontario

    This single-day event is packed with propagation information shared by Kimberly Belfry, Director of Cultivation for a licenced producer applicant in Ontario. She holds a doctorate in plant science from the University of Alberta and is a Professional Agrologist with the Ontario Institute of Agrologists. 

Open to anyone interested in cannabis propagation or working in the field. 

  • July 6
    Cannabis Extraction Workshop

Toronto, Ontario

Hands-on-learning means making your own cannabis extractions in this one-day training event.

Topics will cover different extraction technologies, using CO2 as a solvent, and the extraction process of licensed producers.

  • July 11
    Money in Weed: Investor Event
    Vancouver, British Columbia

    Hailed as one of Summer 2019’s “most anticipated events,” Money in Weed is a networking party hosted by IKONA Events for cannabis companies and cannabis investors.

    Finding ticket pricing, event location, or details is a bit difficult, perhaps adding to the exclusivity of this business-related event.  
  • July 19-21
    12th Annual Harvest Fest

Riverdale, Nova Scotia

Hosted by Maritimers Unite for Medical Marijuana, this weekend event celebrates the many medical uses for cannabis and using the plant as medicine. However, you don’t need to be a medical cannabis patient to attend. 

Cannabis enthusiasts are welcome to visit the vendors, listen to the music, and enjoy educational presentations as well. 

  • July 20-21
    Rocky Mountain Cannabis Connection
    Rocky Mountain House, Alberta

    This is the first annual networking event of its kind in Western Canada—and it looks like they thought of everything. 

This event offers camping, outdoor activities, live entertainment, dietary-conscious food trucks, and cannabis workshops with tips on everything from usage to cultivation. 

August Events Across Canada 

  • August 3
    Cannabis Muskoka Expo
    Baysville, Ontario

An entertaining and educational expo for cannabis consumers, patients, and industry experts and entrepreneurs, this event features vendors, comedians, guest speakers, and more in scenic Muskoka.

  • August 16-18

Grey Area Music Festival
Tofield, Alberta

Smack dab in the middle of August comes Canada’s largest cannabis-themed music festival. Listen to live music, attend group yoga, meditation sessions, and workshops along with visiting dab bars and the Canna Market.

  • August 17

Cannabis Infused Product Development Day
Mississauga, Ontario 

This is a specialized event reserved for cannabis producers and distributors. The demonstrations showcase the latest cannabis-infused products developed in the edibles, cosmetics, and nutraceutical industries. 

  • August 23-25
    Journey Cannabis and Music Festival
    Woodbridge, Ontario
A music festival and speaker series featuring Gary Vaynerchuk, anyone can attend and visit vendors, meet indie artists, and reconnect with nature in Boyd Conservation Park.
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