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By May 8, 2020September 15th, 2020No Comments

As a Licensed Retailer, you are obligated to submit reports on sales and inventory to meet the requirements of Health Canada, Statistics Canada, and OCS Wholesale.

Federal Reporting Requirements

Health Canada requires careful and regular tracking of cannabis inventories and sales across the country. Each province is required to collect and submit monthly sales and inventory information to both Health Canada and Statistics Canada on behalf of its retailers.

Licensed Retailers must maintain their records to support this national cannabis tracking system.  You will be required to submit monthly reports on your cannabis inventories and sales to the AGCO as specified by the Registrar.

Reporting Sales to OCS Wholesale

As specified in your Retailer Contact Information Form, you will also be required to report daily sales and inventory information to OCS Wholesale.  To report this required information to OCS Wholesale, you can either:

Provide the AGCO with consent to share your completed “Monthly Sales Reporting” template with OCS on your behalf each month.


Make arrangements with the OCS Client Services Centre to submit required information directly to OCS by the 5th of every month.

Reporting Recalls

In the event of a product recall, inventory reports will be required for submission outside of regular reporting process and will be required within 24 hours. Please see the Product Recalls section of the Retailer Handbook for the specific procedure you are required to follow.

Ad hoc Reporting

If additional reporting is required for an immediate or separate purpose, you will be given reasonable notice and provided with specific instructions by your OCS Wholesale Account Manager.