C-5.3 - Cannabis Regulation Act

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51. Any direct or indirect sponsorship that is associated in any manner whatsoever with the promotion of cannabis, a brand of cannabis, the Société québécoise du cannabis or a cannabis producer is prohibited.
The first paragraph does not prevent the cannabis industry from making gifts to the extent that the gifts are made without any promotional association. The communication of information by the donor or donee concerning the nature of the gift and the name of the donor, otherwise than through an advertising or commercial message, does not constitute a promotional association within the meaning of this paragraph.
The Government may, by regulation, prescribe the cases and circumstances in which a mode of communication constitutes a promotional association within the meaning of the second paragraph.
Anyone who contravenes the first paragraph or a regulation made under the third paragraph commits an offence and is liable to a fine of $5,000 to $500,000. Those amounts are doubled for a subsequent offence.
2018, c. 192018, c. 19, s. 19.
In force: 2018-10-17
51. Any direct or indirect sponsorship that is associated in any manner whatsoever with the promotion of cannabis, a brand of cannabis, the Société québécoise du cannabis or a cannabis producer is prohibited.
The first paragraph does not prevent the cannabis industry from making gifts to the extent that the gifts are made without any promotional association. The communication of information by the donor or donee concerning the nature of the gift and the name of the donor, otherwise than through an advertising or commercial message, does not constitute a promotional association within the meaning of this paragraph.
The Government may, by regulation, prescribe the cases and circumstances in which a mode of communication constitutes a promotional association within the meaning of the second paragraph.
Anyone who contravenes the first paragraph or a regulation made under the third paragraph commits an offence and is liable to a fine of $5,000 to $500,000. Those amounts are doubled for a subsequent offence.
2018, c. 192018, c. 19, s. 19.