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All nations is an Indigenous collective, leading the way for meaningful Indigenous participation in the licensed cannabis industry.

Our Mission

We aspire to be the world’s largest Indigenous cannabis company delivering prosperity and social impact to Indigenous partners and communities.

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How We Do It

We offer Indigenous-grown, seed-to-sale products through our network of cultivation facilities and retail stores located on urban and rural reserves.

Our completely vertically integrated operating model partners with First Nations to create quality production, product development, and unique distribution offerings to customers in both the recreational and medical cannabis markets.

Social Impact

Employment Opportunities

We prioritize the employment of Indigneous people in our cultivation facility and stores. All Nations currently employs more than 75% of its workforce from the surrounding Stó:lō First Nation communities.


We lead the way for active Indigenous participation and representation in the licensed cannabis sector. We continue to create new employment opportunities for Indigenous community members throughout Canada.

Mentorship and Training

We have a mentorship and training program for all staff in various operational roles. (E.g., Cultivation, Processing, Quality, Sales)

Financial Prosperity

Our innovative profit-sharing model provides communities with own-source revenues, so they can support important programming within their respective Nations.

Our Team

Our team consists of experienced cannabis industry experts, Indigenous leaders, government lobbyists, legal counsel, and finance professionals.

Darwin Douglas

CEO & Co-Founder

Responsibilities: Leads government negotiations and strategic oversight, management and operations of the All Nations Mestiyexw.


  • Council member of Cheam First Nation and director of Cheam Enterprises Inc.
  • Assists Nations in achieving economic independence
  • Research and manager of Aboriginal Rights and Title for Cheam First Nation and Sto:lo Nation for several years. Former manager of the Coqualeetza Cultural Education Centre
  • Entrepreneur /leader in both family and community, driven by the legacy of his later Grandfather, Chief Albert Douglas, a leader of the Sto:lo people.

Anthony Aure

COO & Co-Founder

Responsibilities: Strategic oversight, operations and stakeholder relations. Policy and procedure implementation.


  • Background in business planning, negotiations, land and business development, finances, policy and procedure implementation, and education
  • CEO of Shxwha:y First Nation for the past five years Increased on-reserve employment by over 300% and built new economic development opportunities
  • Increased social services and available on-reserve housing.

Otis Jasper

Business Development & Partner Relations

Responsibilities: Building and maintaining strong business relationships with all partners and clients.


  • Former Chief of his home community of Soowahile First Nation and served four years as the Director of Operations for the Tkemlupsemc te Secwepemc Nation
  • Negotiated various impact Benefit Agreements, capacity funding, planned and lead consultation and community engagement activities for major energy and infrastructure projects
  • An advocate and believer in community engagement as a critical component of building paths forwards for communities and nations
  • Holds an MBA from Simon Fraser University

Chief Robert Gladstone


Eric Hoskins


Tony Cappo


Katy Gottfriedson


Derrick Nepinak

Business Development

Cherish Francis

Business Development

Todd Scarlett

Director of Cultivation and Production

Stacey Duffy

Director of Retail

Miika Adams

Director of Processing

Sean Curley

Director of Sales

Hendrick Ng

Director of Quality

Our Partners

All Nations technical experts in the cannabis industry specialize in working with Indigenous communities.

Makwa Innovations

Makwa Innovations understands that the basis of relationship building with governments is in the protection and implementation of inherent & treaty rights. All initiatives undertaken by Makwa Innovations are towards protecting the opportunity for inherent & treaty rights to be recognized and implemented to the benefit of all persons living now and in the future on lands identified under treaty-based agreements.


Trichome Consulting

Trichome Consulting Services (TCSI) is a well-known industry leader consulting compliance firm and the “preferred choice” for the North American and international cannabis industries.


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