Regulations will make edibles legal come into force Oct. 17, a year after Canada legalized the sale and purchase of cannabis.
Ottawa will legalize edible products on October 17, but it will take at least another 60 days for products to hit the shelves.
Final regulations will be formally published in the Canada Gazette on June 26.
Pot companies, food and beverage makers are preparing to roll out their own pot-infused products.
For the next generation of cannabis products, such as edibles, Ottawa has proposed an excise duty of one cent per milligram of total THC.
Plans for a variety of products have bee announced, but numerous hoops to jump through before they’re available to consumers.
Partners will manufacture, distribute, market and sell cannabis-infused products.
Molson and Hexo Corp. launched Truss, a joint venture, earlier this month.
Some other provinces have said they will ban all forms of pot consumption in public.
Venture with The Hydropothecary Corporation will be a standalone start-up with its own board and management team.
But the federal government has said the sale of edible cannabis products will not be legal immediately.