The next MIB session is happening on Wednesday April 25, 2018 (7 pm – 9 pm) in the upper BCL hall when Belgravia resident, Eleanor Olszewski will be talking about everything you might want to know about Medical Cannabis in Canada.
With her first degree in Pharmacy (and experience as adjunct professor in the U of A Faculty of Pharmacy) and then a Law degree from the U of A (and current law practice at MLT Aikins, Edmonton), Eleanor is uniquely positioned to talk about the history, uses, risks, stigma and misconceptions held about cannabis.
While the upcoming legalization of cannabis in Canada may lead to some wide ranging questions, Eleanor’s session will focus primarily on the medicinal use of cannabis and related issues. Having spoken at many conventions, conferences and seminars on diverse topics from legal to medical to social justice and political issues, Eleanor is looking forward to sharing her expertise with fellow Belgravians.
To help us prepare for the numbers interested in attending, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by April 24, 2018.
Note: There will be a $5 session fee to cover refreshments/facility costs.