UOttawa to offer Canada’s first courses on cannabis law

April 16, 2018

The University of Ottawa has announced two new courses in cannabis law, reportedly the first of their kind in Canada. One will investigate the regulatory framework of both medical and recreational cannabis use in Canada, while the other, a French-language course on the regulation of cannabis in Canada, will be taught by Diane Labelle, General Counsel, Health Canada Legal Services. “The legalization and regulation of cannabis will impact many areas of the law, and we are proud that our students will be able to study these issues in real-time, as the regulation of cannabis unfolds,” stated UOttawa Dean of Law Adam Dodek. UOttawa