Here To Help, Here To Connect
The NBCO identifies and supports opportunities to grow the cannabis sectors of New Brunswick and Atlantic Canada.
- A Cannabis Grower’s Guide to Going Legal – with Tamara Follett of Sunleaf Farmcy (Podcast)So many Canadian cannabis growers want to go “legit”. But what does it take? Our guest Tamara Follett of Sunleaf Farmacy is a successful micro cannabis producer with a background in pharmaceutical regulatory compliance. Let’s just say… she knows her stuff. Listen as she discusses the costs, infrastructure upgrades, and regulatory compliance needed to startContinue reading “A Cannabis Grower’s Guide to Going Legal – with Tamara Follett of Sunleaf Farmcy (Podcast)”
- Hemp Opportunities for Atlantic Canada – Kevin Cain, Modern Hemp Innovations (Podcast)Industrial hemp might be the true hero of the cannabis plant, and Kevin Cain saw the potential 25 years ago when he first encountered a hempcrete block. With applications for food, animal feed, bioplastics, batteries, and even ballistics materials the possibilities for hemp are seemingly endless. Kevin founded Modern Hemp Innovations to help accelerate theContinue reading “Hemp Opportunities for Atlantic Canada – Kevin Cain, Modern Hemp Innovations (Podcast)”
- Creating Rural Jobs in NB with Cannabis – Eco Canadian Organic (Podcast Episode)Denise Hannay is the CEO of Eco Canadian Organic, a New Brunswick licensed producer of medical cannabis. In this episode, Denise talks about the challenges around earning her license from Health Canada and what drove her to build her business in Rexton, New Brunswick. Growing a business in smaller communities brings advantages that are attractiveContinue reading “Creating Rural Jobs in NB with Cannabis – Eco Canadian Organic (Podcast Episode)”
What We Do
MATCHMAKING and SUPPORTING industry and academic assets, stakeholders and projects.
FINANCIAL SUPPORT path-finding for industry and institutional projects and players.
STRATEGIC OVERSIGHT for regional opportunities related to a greater Cannabis strategy in New Brunswick, and Atlantic Canada.
COORDINATE provincial and regional cannabis activities and research projects in support of industry, academia and government stakeholders.
The Cannabis Coordinator is Here To Connect…
Will take the lead in cannabis including those in the innovation space. Only YOU know your pain points, so in order to facilitate the growth of the industry, we will connect and listen to your needs.
Will take the lead in researching the cannabis plant and its capabilities and educating a skilled and capable workforce for the ecosystem.
Will take the lead in creating policy that works for all stakeholders. The policies YOU create, will also help our ecosystem flourish at home and abroad.
Cannabis Coordinator Strategy
Act as arms-length support to assess and “gap fill” needs between cannabis stakeholders.
Liaise and network with national and international cannabis stakeholders and associations that do not currently have a presence in Atlantic Canada.
Perform confidential and strategic matchmaking among regional cannabis stakeholders.