Coming October 26 to The International Center, Toronto, ON
October 26 to 28, 2018
Friday, October 26, 2018
12:30pm to 1:00pm Jonathan Hirsh Education Station
1:15pm to 2:00pm Pat Crocker Healing Cannabis Edibles Cooking Demo
2:15pm to 2:45pm Homegrown Hydroponics Alex Rea Beginner Growing
3:00pm to 3:45pm Caryma Sa’d Sadvocacy
4:00pm to 4:30pm Paul Raymond Backroom Grow
4:45pm to 5:45pm Delta9 Chefs Cooking Education and Demo
Saturday, October 27, 2018
11:00am to 11:45am High Tea Smoke and Skate Shop Demo
12:00pm to 12:30pm Jonathan Hirsh Education Station
12:45pm to 1:30pm Pat Crocker Healing Cannabis Edibles Cooking Demo
1:45pm to 2:15pm Homegrown Hydroponics Alex Rea Beginner Growing
2:30pm to 3:30pm Canndora Panel: Women and Cannabis What’s Out there for Me
3:45pm to 4:15pm SunParlour Advance Growing maximize your Yeild
4:15pm to 5:00pm Deltaa9Chefs Cooking Education and Demo
5:15pm to 6:00pm High Tea Smoke and Skate Shop Demo
Sunday, October 28, 2018
11:00am to 11:30am Jonathan Hirsh Education Station
11:45am to 12:30pm Pat Crocker Healing Cannabis Edibles Cooking Demo
12:45pm to 1:15pm Paul Raymond Backroom Grow
1:30pm to 2:15pm Panel Know Your Rights
2:30pm to 3:30pm Delta9Chefs Cooking Education and Demo
The Education Station
Jonathan is a well-known advocate and influencer in the cannabis industry and he will be giving a daily seminar on Cannabis for the beginner. Explaining the difference between Indica and Sativa, the various ways to consume cannabis, and what all the different terms mean Jonathan can take you from ‘zero to sixty’ in the cannabis world. And teach you how to roll a proper joint!
“Growing Your 4 Legal Plants”
Alex Rea is Vice President of Homegrown Hydroponics Inc and co-founder of Phytomedical Cannabis Consulting. Homegrown , a Toronto based company engaged in hydroponic equipment supply is a leader in the industry, engaged in imports, wholesale supply, retailing and consulting for large scale legal cannabis growing. With Phytomedical, Alex assists clients seek legal access and information on buying, using and growing cannabis. Alex is the second generation, with a unique perspective of the cannabis industry and has a passion for learning how this plant will affect Canadian Industry.
Jawad Skinieh, Master Grower
Sun Parlour Growers
“Advanced Growing – Maximizing Your Yield”
Mr. Skieneh has over 8 years of growing experience in greenhouse production, cloning, and strain selection including a year running a facility in Humboldt County, the center of excellence for cannabis cultivation in California.
Founder, Back Room Grow
“Starting a Small Business in the Cannabis Space”
Paul is a graduate of Ryerson in Chemical Engineering Technology, with an employment background mostly in Environmental and Quality Management in Automotive Parts Manufacturing.He has started a small a successful business previously, in chemical (electroplating) supply. He has now has ventured into the cannabis field in founding Back Room Grow to help new and advanced growers have more success and joy in their gardens. Paul is an avid ACMRP grower with a beautiful garden he is very proud of! Also a lover of rescue dogs, the outdoors and hockey in general.
Ellen Novack and Pat Crocker
Culinary herbalist, Pat Crocker is the author of 22 health cookbooks including The Healing Herbs Cookbook and The Juicing Bible. She has 1.4 million books in print and has earned several awards including the Gertrude H Foster Award from the Herb Society of America for Excellence in Herbal Literature.Ellen Novack and Pat Crocker have written a revolutionary Cannabis cookbook and guide. Their intention is to help you make informed decisions about consuming Cannabis, and to ensure safe experimentation to improve your health. Healing Cannabis Edibles offers accurate information for using Cannabis, specific foods and other power herbs to address eight medical conditions: Appetite Loss, Athletic Enhancement, Anxiety, Epilepsy, Inflammation, Memory, Pain and Sleep.
Andrew, Kyle, & Matt
Delta9Chefs was founded little over a year ago with the full intent to educate the current and new users on cannabis edibles and the risks/benefits to safe consumption with legalization very close. We work with all types of patients and soon to be recreational users to help consume cannabis in a healthier way. When ingesting cannabis, the user doesn’t have to worry about the risks effecting one’s airways and lungs resulting in a safer way of consuming THC/CBD.
Panel discussion: Hosted by Katie Pringle
WOMEN & CANNABIS: WHAT'S OUT THERE FOR ME?
Legalization, Women & Wellness.
Join Canndora.com and our guest experts to learn more about cannabis products and brands made for women. Our educational and engaging conversation will cover:
1. What’s available online now? (THC & CBD basics)
2. Different ways to consume and associated accessories (oil, vapes, pipes, bongs, oh-my)
3. What’s next for women focused products and brands (the beauty and wellness category is in for a shift!)
Know Your Rights
Moderated by WeedStock's Nikita Gullion
Andy Lee is a Fine Arts graduate from York University with an extensive background in advertising and marketing experience. As a cannabis advocate, Andy has worked on numerous local grassroots initiatives in pursuit of patient protections, fair access and destigmatization. Andy has worked with NORML Canada for the last several years in Ontario and is the Communications Director for the organization.
Farrell Miller is a Cannabis industry consultant and board member at NORML Canada. She holds a law degree from UBC and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Guelph. She has assisted lawyers Paul Lewin and Jack Lloyd on constitutional challenges to the ACMPR and CDSA, and is an expected member of the Law Society of Ontario for June 2019. Currently, Farrell helps clients apply for Cannabis retail licenses in Ontario, and navigate the heavily regulated supply chain.
Caryma Sa’d is a budding lawyer in the cannabis space. She is the founder and principal of SADVOCACY Professional Corporation. The practice focuses on criminal and landlord/tenant law. The firm works closely with cannabis activists, educators, and entrepreneurs, as well as individual patients and recreational consumers. Caryma’s perspective on the intersection of law, politics, and racism underlying cannabis prohibition makes her a strong proponent of legalization and amnesty.
Coming October 26
to The International Centre, Toronto, ON