Teaching a growth industry: UOttawa offering classes on cannabis law
Megan Wallace says she believes there’s going to be an 'explosion' of business in the cannabis industry in Canada’s future.

Teaching a growth industry: UOttawa offering classes on cannabis law

The University of Ottawa Faculty of Law will be offering two courses on cannabis law this fall — the first in Canada, offered in both French and English.

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