Niagara College to offer Cannabis 101 seminars
Niagara College is offering a new kind of higher education in the form of a Cannabis 101 community seminar series.
The three part series offered in partnership between Part-Time Studies and the School of Environment and Horticulture will cover the history and evolution of cannabis, quality, regulations, and access.
It will also delve into the stigma around marijuana and the legal framework surrounding the industry.
The program will be led by teachers from the college's Commercial Cannabis Production Program.
Courses will be offered for $60 a session on Mondays from 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. on October 21st, 28th, and November 4th.
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