Licensed in December 2020, Black Kettle has already sold out of their first batch of flower, Rainbow Driver, in Alberta. And, they expect to have their cannabis on shelves in British Columbia and Ontario later this summer through BC processor Joint Ventures Craft Cannabis.
Operating as Bob’s Better Buds, Ritchie is one of the few licence holders in Canada with an indoor and outdoor operation on one site under one licence. His first crop was an outdoor crop harvested last October, followed by his first indoor crop started in mid-December.
Shortly after legalization, Ovation AG began construction of an indoor facility inside an existing barn on the farm on the shore of Lake Huron. They applied in August 2020 and received their cultivation licence on February 12, 2021.
Lady Jane Cannabis is a micro cultivator and processor in New Brunswick, focussing on pheno hunting new and unique cultivars for their small processing facility where they will focus on solventless extraction.
Golden Peak Cannabis, owned by husband and wife team Tom Devost and Renee Desjardins, recently harvested their first crop – a Tiger Bomb cultivator that they hope to have on shelves in their home province of New Brunswick in early 2021.
Cheryl Wilson runs KinHana Cannabis with two of her daughters in Muskoka, Ontario. Licensed in November 2019 for micro cultivation and medical sales, KinHana hopes to begin selling to patients through their web portal by the end of this year.
SunLeaf Farmacy is a micro cultivation licence holder in New Brunswick, licensed in September 2019, run by Tamara Follet who has made a name for herself with her micro cultivation Facebook group and providing SOP’s to at least 15 new licences holders to date.