Tomorrow's meeting sees council discussing possible amendments to its Land Use bylaw.
Leduc County council is looking to update its rules regarding cannabis land use.
Tuesday's meeting will see council discussing amendments that were presented at its May 7 meeting.
These potential updates were brought to council by a County resident, who is requesting to create a further distinction between small and large cannabis producers in the County.
The changes would allow the growth of hemp for CBD extraction in agricultural areas, medical cannabis producers to sell their products via mail and courier services, and permit cultivation, processing, and nursery work to exist within the same facility or property. These operations would need to comply with existing provincial and federal regulations.
These changes would also result in the County allowing cannabis production in agricultural areas, as long as these facilities are within a certain size.
The cannabis land use item will be discussed at 2:00 at the Leduc County office.