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Indigenous cannabis producer and retailer All Nations Mestiyexw is the title partner at this year’s BC Cannabis Summit in Kelowna.

All Nations puts out cannabis that’s gained popularity among consumers for its consistency across cultivars.

“Our model is recognized by Indigenous communities across the country,” says All Nations CEO Darwin Douglas.

The event is from April 21-23 at the Eldorado resort.

It’s nearly sold out.

Speakers include Deputy BC Premier Mike Farnworth and Nelson-Creston MLA Brittny Anderson, who is parliamentary secretary for tourism.

The Weed Pool Cannabis Cooperative a returning partner.

The summit is spearheaded by The Retail Cannabis Council of BC and BC Craft Farmers Co-op.

“BC has earned a reputation as the home of the best craft cannabis farmers in the world – many of whom are Indigenous,” says BCCFC President Tara Kirkpatrick. “I am very excited to learn from All Nations and celebrate their success with hundreds of other Summit delegates next month.”

The event was well-attended last year, and was one of the first events after pandemic restrictions were eased.

 

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