Important COVID-19 Notice
We have not been able to avoid the impacts of this latest societal challenge, and so we have opted to temporarily put all construction of our Burns Lake Cultivation Facility on hold.
We do not want our workers to put themselves or their family and friends at risk. Nothing is worth that risk. While this will delay construction, everything is currently on track and we expect to be in cultivation by the Summer.
Through an abundance of caution, we have instructed our on-site security to discontinue site tours until this virus has passed. From the staff and owners, we send our heartfelt wishes to stay safe, enjoy family, and follow the recommendations by our Public Health officials.
Wes Sam & Marc Storms (Founders)
GOOD FOR INDIGENOUS PEOPLES
We will provide a significant reinvestment of profits that will help to improve the lives of Indigenous Peoples by funding regional priorities in education, employment, business, and health, with a larger vision of First Nations Reconciliation in BC.
GOODNESS IN EVERY PLANT
We will only grow the highest quality, medical-grade and recreational cannabis, using the “Sea of Green” method combined with vertical farming, to produce high-end products.
GOOD FOR THE ENVIRONMENT
We are committed to environmentally friendly growing practices. Our Burns Lake facility, will be adopting an alternative energy source through the creation of Formic Acid from waste wood.
We will focus on Indigenous patients and clients, who represent the fastest growing demographic in Canada, and for whom the benefits of medical cannabis has a significant fit.
NATIONS is a First Nations controlled Cannabis production company that is focused on improving the lives of Indigenous Peoples across Canada.
The mission of NATIONS is to promote economic empowerment to the greatest number of Indigenous Peoples, as well as provide viable healthcare alternatives, and ensure that all Indigenous Peoples have a safe, supported, and holistic access to high quality medical and recreational cannabis.
Burns Lake | Initial Cultivation Facility
As the forestry industry has been in a market decline, the Burns Lake Specialty Wood building has been empty for a long time and will be our initial 30,000-square foot cultivation facility. This recreational and medical cannabis cultivation facility will create up to 60 desperately needed jobs in the area.
The first cannabis crop will be ready to harvest by 2020. In the meantime we are seeking out additional site opportunities and Indigenous Peoples partnerships across BC and Canada.