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Cannabis Edibles

On October 17, 2019, new Cannabis Regulations will come into force, legalizing and regulating the sale of cannabis products including: edibles, extracts, and topicals.

Things to Consider about Ingesting Cannabis

If you choose to ingest cannabis, Health Canada recommends considering the following factors:

  • Several factors (sex, age, experience, frequency, THC/CBD levels, food, drink, etc.) can affect your response to cannabis
  • When ingesting cannabis, it takes much longer for the effects to be felt
  • Effects can last 12 hours with some residual effect lasting 24 hours after use.
  • Choose products with a low amount of THC and equal or higher amount of CBD
  • Users should start low and go slow to minimize health risk

How do the new regulation affect me as Queen’s Student?

Part C of the Student Code of Conduct outlines what is considered non-academic misconduct around the use of cannabis.

Any act that causes a person to consume cannabis without their consent is prohibited by the Student Code of Conduct.


Have more questions about the legalization of cannabis edibles and the Student Code of Conduct? Email the Student Conduct Office at studentconductoffice@queensu.ca.