All Nations planning to expand to 8 stores in BC

Published on June 12, 2023 by David Wylie

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All Nations' store in near Chilliwack, BC, is pictured.

BC Indigenous cannabis company All Nations is planning to open up seven more retail stores in the coming months.

Stacey Duffy, who’s director of retail with All Nations, offered the oz. a sneak peek at its imminent expansion. The company is far along in negotiations to open several new locations, she says.

She adds they expect to operate eight in total throughout the province by next 12-18 months.

“You should see a bunch of All Nations pop up all around,” she says, including in North Vancouver through the Tsleil-Waututh Nation’s Section 119 agreement.

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All Nations CEO Darwin Douglas spoke at an industry event in Kelowna earlier this year about making government-to-government agreements under Section 119.

“We do have a lot to offer and we want to work with everybody,” he says. “We put some love and good energy into the cannabis we grow.”

All Nations’ cannabis grows a number of different strains, including Stó:lō Haze, Modified Grapes, Mac Daddy, and Lemon Tartz. They also recently launched a brand called Uncle Bob.

Douglas says the company’s weed will be in all provinces by the end of the year. They’re also sending cannabis internationally, with orders from Israel and Germany.