A plant that’s commonly used in the production of marijuana, hemp, and the oil from its leaves has recently become an endangered species in Canada.
According to the federal government, the plant is classified as endangered under the Species at Risk Act.
And with a growing number of hemp-related industries and products popping up in the United States, there’s a growing risk that the plant could disappear.
“We are now looking at the possibility of losing the ability of Canadian hemp to grow in Canada,” said Karen Jorgensen, an environmental biologist with the Department of Fisheries and Oceans, in an interview with CBC News.
“The threat to the survival of this plant has been there for a long time.”
The plant’s status is at risk because of two reasons.
First, Canada has not been able to secure a permit to import or export hemp to the United Kingdom, which has the most advanced and most strict restrictions on importing and exporting hemp.
It requires all hemp products sold to consumers to be labeled as hemp, such as dried seeds, hemp oil, and hemp seeds, and they must also be labelled with a seal indicating they are made from hemp.
The second reason is because the plant can grow as an ornamental plant in Canada but not in the country.
This means it can’t be used for the production or sale of products such as cannabis oil or other medical cannabis products.
But this year, a number of other countries are planning to export hemp products to Canada, including the United Arab Emirates, which is also considering exporting hemp to Canada.
In the United states, hemp is the third most popular agricultural crop, after wheat and cotton.
Hemp is also grown in parts of Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Nations, and China.
It is one of the most widely grown crops in the world.
However, hemp’s continued survival is at odds with the global trend towards the commercialization of cannabis.
“Cannabis is the world’s largest industrial crop,” said Chris Wainwright, a hemp farmer in California.
“It’s the world leader in industrial hemp production.”
Wainyer grew hemp in California, which legalized recreational use in 2014.
He is now trying to get his product on the market in Canada, as well as in the U.S. and Australia.
The federal government’s announcement this week that hemp products are no longer classified as a Schedule I drug made it clear that the government doesn’t view hemp as an illegal drug.
“Canada has been looking at ways to grow hemp for the past decade,” said Wainwer, who has a growing company.
“But we have not had any progress on that.”
The new announcement about hemp makes Canada the third country in the region to do so.
The United States is also working on an import ban, and some states in the Midwest are considering similar measures.
Canada is not alone in its concerns about the plant.
Hemp and its derivatives are a growing crop in the Netherlands and Denmark.
In Australia, a new cannabis law took effect in June, and growers are already getting ready to plant their seeds.
In Colorado, hemp farmers are planning on planting about 150,000 hectares of the plant, which could give the plant a future as an edible crop.
In North Carolina, farmers are preparing to plant more than 1.5 million hectares of hemp next year.
And the United Nation’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) recently issued a report saying that the global demand for hemp is set to increase by 20 per cent in 20 years.
“If we keep growing hemp, the number of people that are affected will go up,” Wainwyer said.
The government said in a statement that the decision to end the classification as a drug has nothing to do with the legalization of marijuana.
“This decision does not have any impact on the current prohibition of cannabis,” said the statement, released Monday.
“Instead, this is the result of years of work on the ground by government agencies, scientists, and stakeholders.”
This isn’t the first time that Canada has taken action to protect the endangered plant.
In 2009, the federal Department of Natural Resources declared the hemp plant a species at risk.
But the decision was made under the previous government, which took over the task of managing the plant in 2009.
Canada had been dealing with its own hemp problem for a while, and this decision came at a time when other countries were looking to get in on the hemp game.
Canada was one of just five countries that had a trade surplus with the United Sates.
But in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis, Canada began to import hemp products from other countries, including Vietnam, China, and South Korea.
The Hemp Industry Council, an industry group, estimated that the UnitedS.
imports about 4,500 metric tons of hemp products every year.
The hemp industry group also noted that the trade deficit is “only one part of the overall global trade imbalance in hemp.”
In addition to the trade surplus, Canada also imports about 20