Che’ LeBlanc, the Founder and CEO of Rosebud Cannabis Farms, has been growing cannabis for over twenty five years, describing himself as a second generation cannabis grower.
New changes to BC’s Cannabis Control and Licensing Act have recently come into force that will allow the province’s Community Safety Unit (CSU) to target illicit retailers as well as landlords leasing or renting space to those retailers.
Cannabis growers in the Kootenays will be able to learn what it will take to transition their existing grow infrastructure to fit into the legal market during a free Zoom seminar at 1pm on Monday, July 13.
Started by two brothers who say they fell in love with Salt Spring Island and its potential for great outdoor cannabis, Good Buds is now a 17.3 acre outdoor cannabis farm working on its second outdoor crop, along with a modest indoor space, located on Salt Spring Island, BC.
While legalization has created many new opportunities for people who were not previously involved with the cannabis industry, British Columbia is unique in how many cannabis dispensaries and retailers have successfully made the transition from the illegal to the legal market.
A video showing a person buying clones at a Home Depot in Kelowna was recently shared online from an account that had posted pictures purportedly showing cannabis clones for sale in a Kelowna Rona one year ago.
Weathered Islands bills itself as focussing on Legendary Texada Genetics, especially those bred for success outdoors in Canada’s climate, and plans on soon beginning to supply both commercial growers as well as home growers with unique, robust outdoor genetics.