Today, the Government of Canada announced that it will finally make cannabis edibles, extracts, and topicals legally available for sale in government cannabis dispensaries. This announcement comes at the conclusion of a 60-day public consultation.\nCanadian cannabis users will have legal access to everything from baked goods to hair products. Each product must follow stringent federal regulations in order to be sold in stores. Baked goods, for example, cannot exceed more than 10mg of THC per package, according to Health Canada.\nThe new law will come into effect no later than mid-December of this year. Global News estimates that based on the market and Health Canada's regulations, edible products could be available by December 17th.\nCannabis extracts and topical products are also finally allowed for legal sale. That means that Canadians will have access to a range of products including vape juice and hashish.\nSince October of last year, we've seen legal weed sweep across the nation with incredible success. No matter your opinion on cannabis consumption, legalized weed is here to stay.\nView this post on Instagram If you shop through @ocscanada you must sample @synrgcannabis Fantasy Island #cannabis 💨 When you remove the top from the container be prepared to be taken away to a fruit covered long lost island getaway! Its like a warm tropical breeze covering you with aromas of fruit & flowers. This #indica is in the moderate #thc range for me & thats what i like. I don’t get couch lock but I do become relaxed & happy🤗 . #cannabiscommunity #cannabisstrains #cannabiscommunity #cannabisheals #cannabisculture #marijuana #ontariocannabis #ontariocannabisstore #ontariocannabisstorereviews #synrg #synrgcannabis A post shared by Paul_TheBeerGuy (@paul_thebeerguy) on Jun 12, 2019 at 2:10pm PDT\nIn Quebec alone, the SQDC, the province's official store, sold $71 million dollars worth of cannabis. With an expected tax revenue of roughly $29 million, the inclusion of legal edibles and extracts will benefit the government even more.\nView this post on Instagram MRH💎 A post shared by Only hash🍫 (@basque_hash) on Jun 5, 2019 at 10:15am PDT\nIt's estimated that the market for these products is somewhere around $2.7 billion annually across Canada. Edibles make up most of that amount, but there is a high demand for vape products and hashish.\nREAD ALSO: A New Poll Shows Justin Trudeau Would Lose The Election If It Were Held Today\nThe government has set a mid-December deadline for when you'll be able to purchase hash in Canada. As mentioned, December 17th is the likeliest date.\nView this post on Instagram Suivez nous pour toutes informations!#montreal #sqdc #cannabis #canada #quebec A post shared by Société Québécoise du Cannabis (@la.sqdc) on Oct 22, 2018 at 5:58am PDT\nEdibles and extracts are proven to be beneficial for a range of medical issues. Of course, the worry is always that youth can access it easier, but the government is taking steps to ensure that youth will have zero access to these products.\nPackaging will be standardized and no hash products will be over 1000mg of THC. Maximum package sizes will be in 7.5-gram quantities.\nWith everything from baked goods to hair products, the quality of these new cannabis products seems encouraging.\nAfter having worked out the kinks in the system over the past year, let's hope the government has figured it out.\nView this post on Instagram Happy 420 !The result of our first collab with @canobudder 🙏🍴 This is a Medicated salmon and leek quiche/soufflé, made with #canobudder 's delicious clarified butter. L.A. Friends, stay tuned, these babies are soon to be on your plate 😛. Salmon, leeks, shallots and dill 😋🧀😋 #quiche #munchies #food #instafood #foodie #foodporn #foodgasm #nomnom #yummy #hungry #snack #chefbruce #cuisine #stonercuisine #mozzarella #salmon #leek #crust #dill #souffle #soufflé #ghee #edible #420 #cannabutter #weed #high #highallthetime A post shared by Stoner Cuisine (@stonercuisine) on Dec 19, 2016 at 4:19pm PST\nWill you be trying the government's hash or the government's baked goods first?\nMTLBlog will bring you more updates as they're released.\nTo read more about this new law, please read Health Canada's presentation or their official press release.