Even though marijuana is now legal in Canada, most small pot growers continue to want anonymity.Read More
The B.C. Craft Cannabis Co-op Roundtable is coming to Kelowna on July 17 to get input on how small producers, processors and retailers can work together.Read More
Thanks to a recent change in Health Canada rules, B.C.’s small cannabis farmers may have to spend up to $2 million each to meet federal regulations before they can even think of applying for a government licence.Read More
Founded in February, Grow Tech Labs has already taken under their wing the BC Small Cannabis Producers and Processors co-op, while others like the Cascadia Agricultural Co-op Association and Kootenay Outdoor Producer Co-op are collectivizing even more of the province’s existing farms.Read More
Six months after recreational cannabis became legal in Canada, only one company in the entire country holds a licence for craft production, but that’s not discouraging micro-producers from gearing up to enter the legal market.Read More
B.C. has some very sophisticated growers when it comes to cannabis and we also have a reputation for a good product.
David Hurford said it’s a good time to capitalize on that.Read More