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We have the opportunity to create a unique knowledge base to deliver care, manage the business and advance understanding of who medical cannabis helps. There’s never been anything like it in Canada.


We are dedicated to health and to working in consultation with health professionals.  We are committed to responsibility, through our secure non-transferable medical cannabis access card system. A system we are establishing in consultation with law enforcement to achieve national recognition.

Q Does National Access Cannabis offer services free to veterans?

We will discuss your medical condition and any medications or treatments you’ve tried. In order to be eligible, you must be over the age of 20 (parental consent required under 25), have been diagnosed with a chronic condition that cannabis treats, and have tried at least one prior medication or treatment. Download one of the province specific forms below and follow the instructions or contact us directly and ask us about our In-Home services.

Q Is medical cannabis legal in Canada?


Health Canada has approved the use of cannabis as a legal medicine since 2001 and there are 35 Health Canada regulated Licensed Producers (listed here) who sell it to Canadians. NAC is working within the guidelines of Health Canada’s ACMPR (Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations) to help Canadians have informed, legal, safe and responsible access.

Q What is the ACMPR?

ACMPR stands for Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations and is the new set of rules replacing the previous rules of the MMPR. This change took place officially on August 24, 2016 and outlines the updated rules for growing, buying and selling medical cannabis in Canada. It has developed a formal system for doctors, patients and large-scale commercial growers known as Licensed Producers (LPs).

Q How do I sign up for the ACMPR?

In order to purchase medical cannabis from a Licensed Producer (LP), patients must have a medical document, similar to a prescription. NAC quickly connects members to a network of physicians for a medical assessment and if it’s determined that medical cannabis is a good treatment option, NAC helps members navigate the paperwork and submit all required medical documents. NAC also assists members in selecting a Health Canada LP, provides guidance on the types of medical cannabis for specific ailments and advises members on safe usage.

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