Cannabis in Co-ops (Updated) - Spring Education Conference 2018

New federal legislation regarding growing and using cannabis comes into effect soon. Learn about the main issues for housing co-ops like electricity consumption, unit damage, users with disabilities and how to balance the rights of cannabis consumers with those of non–consuming neighbours.

The implementation of federal legislation regarding growing and using Cannabis has been delayed – but it will come into effect sooner or later and that will have implications for housing co-ops. Learn how to transition to a smoke and grow free community and what tools you have available to regulate smoking and growing is a ban is not an option for your co-op.


Workshop facilitator - Grant Haddock of Haddock and Company Lawyers.

Grant began his career at a construction litigation firm in downtown Vancouver where he developed his co-operative housing, strata property and construction law practice.  Grant opened Haddock & Company in 2001.  Grant’s core areas of practice are co-operative housing law, strata property law, residential and commercial tenancy, human rights, privacy and construction law. 

Grant has acted for numerous housing providers and construction companies, appearing for them at all levels of court (Provincial, Supreme and Appeal) and at various tribunals (Human Rights, Residential Tenancy and Employment Standards).

Grant is passionate about housing issues in BC and has provided strategies and solutions so that housing providers may continue to deliver decent, fair and equitable housing in a difficult market.  

Grant has become a sought after speaker and course leader and is also a frequent contributor of articles noting interesting and industry specific legal topics for periodicals published by CHFBC, CHOA, BCNPHA and LandlordBC.


April 14, 2018 - 2:15pm - 4:45pm
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