How do I talk to a doctor?
After a completing a quick questionnaire you will be connected to a doctor live via our teleconferencing software.
Is cannabis legal in Canada?
Yes, cannabis is legal for medicinal purposes under conditions outlined in the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR).
What is the ACMPR?
Overall, the ACMPR contain four parts.
Part 1 is similar to the framework under the MMPR. It sets out a framework for commercial production by licensed producers responsible for the production and distribution of quality-controlled fresh or dried marijuana or cannabis oil or starting materials (i.e., marijuana seeds and plants) in secure and sanitary conditions.
Part 2 is similar to the former MMAR regime. It sets out provisions for individuals to produce a limited amount of cannabis for their own medical purposes or to designate someone to produce it for them.
Parts 3 and 4 include:
- Transitional provisions, which mainly relate to the continuation of MMPR activities by licensed producers
- Consequential amendments to other regulations that referenced the MMPR (i.e., Narcotic Control Regulations, New Classes of Practitioners Regulations) to update definitions and broaden the scope of products beyond dried marijuana
- Provisions repealing the MMPR and setting out the coming into force of the ACMPR on August 24, 2016
As of August 24, 2016, Health Canada will accept applications from individuals who wish to register to produce a limited amount of cannabis for their own medical purposes or to designate someone to produce cannabis for them.
Under the ACMPR, Health Canada will continue to accept and process applications to become a licensed producer that were submitted under the former MMPR. Further, all licences and security clearances granted under the MMPR will continue under the ACMPR, which means that licensed producers can continue to register and supply clients with cannabis for medical purposes. New applicants can continue to apply for licences to produce under the ACMPR.
Is your service safe?
Yes. All communications via our telecommunication software is encrypted and all data is stored in a compliant server.
How do patients change/cancel appointments
Patients can request to change or cancel appointments. This is done when patients select ‘Appointment Details‘ in their E-mail notification which leads them to the e-booking page.
From here, they are presented with their appointment time which can be changed by selecting the icon below.
Individuals can also self-cancel their appointments by selecting the ‘Cancel Appointment‘ button as presented in the image above.