All Nations Cannabis is ready to step out on the world stage. Indigenous-grown All Nations Cannabis just sent its first-ever shipment of product to Israel from its growing facility on Shxwhá:y First Nation, near Chilliwack.
“All Nations has grown substantially over the last year,” said Darwin Douglas, CEO of All Nations Cannabis.
They’ll be talking about that achievement when they get to the 2023 BC Cannabis Summit in Kelowna, starting Friday (April 21).
It took All Nations Cannabis, in partnership with Shxwhá:y Village, several years of planning to become a licensed federal producer, and provincial distributor under section 119 of the B.C. Cannabis Control and Licensing Act. That’s what makes them wholly unique in their status as “a vertically integrated” Indigenous cannabis company, not only federally licensed to grow in a 30,000-square-foot facility, but provincially approved to sell in the retail store just down the road.
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