Workshop 2018-05-08

Cannabis Fair and Education Workshop:
The seventh workshop of the Waterloo Region Chronic Pain Initiative will be on Tuesday May 8, 2018 from 6:00 – 9:00 pm.


We expect this workshop to fill up quickly. Choose the “Main Room” when registering. When there are no more spaces left in the Main Room you may register in the “Overflow Room” where the speakers will be live-streamed from the neighbouring room.

Please click here to register with Eventbrite to reserve your spot at no charge.

This is a free event that is open to the general public.

6:00 PM – We are please to have the following Cannabis Licensed Producers/Retailers available in the lobby to provide literature and directly answer any specific questions you may have. You may arrive anytime between 6:00 and 7:00 for this portion of the evening.

7:00 PM – Presentations will begin. Topics include:

  • Describe the different components of cannabis
  • Explain the most common uses of cannabis
  • Summarize current regulations in Canada
  • Discuss the potential short and long-term risks of cannabis use
  • Summarize the most common methods to administer cannabis


  • Nikki Domanski, PharmD, Pharmacy Resident, The Centre for Family Medicine FHT.
  • Jillian Henderson, Director of Medical Outreach from Canadian Cannabis Clinics.
  • Alex Revich, Director of Partner Development from Flowr Licensed Producer.

Each presentation will be about 30 minutes, a question period will follow the final speaker.


School of Pharmacy, Room 1004 (main floor)
University of Waterloo
10A Victoria Street South
Kitchener, Ontario N2G 1C5

Parking at the School of Pharmacy will be provided at no charge to participants – please make sure you receive a “Parking Pass” from one of our parking attendants.

If you require a disabled parking spot, our parking attendants can guide you to the proper location.

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