Zenabis aims to be one of the largest licensed producers of medical and recreational cannabis in the world

Canadian Coast to Coast Production

Badge License: June 2017


Delta, BC

Total Building: 25,000 sq ft

Badge License: August 2017


Atholville, NB

Total Building: 380,000 sq ft

BadgeLicense: March 2019


Stellarton, NS

Total Building: 255,000 sq ft

BadgeLicense: Q2 2019


Langley, BC

Total Building: 2,091,880 sq ft

Company Portfolio

Vida Cannabis
Zen Craft Grow
Canology Labs

Zenabis Capital

Zenabis Ventures
CubicFarm Systems

Latest News

Base oil infusions for cooking with cannabis

Wednesday June 19, 2019
Base oil infusions for cooking with cannabis By John MacNeil, Zenabis Corporate Red Seal Chef Cooking with cannabis can be fun and…
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Zenabis opens the Market at TSX

Thursday June 6, 2019
CEO Andrew Grieve and other key members of the Zenabis team gathered to open the market on June 5th, 2019. The company graduated…
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Zenabis Announces Receipt of Industrial Hemp Production License and Other Licensing Updates

Monday June 3, 2019
Zenabis Announces Receipt of Industrial Hemp Production License and Other Licensing Updates Hemp to be Cultivated for Cannabidiol (“CBD”) Production   Vancouver,…
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Strategic Advantage


By purchasing pre-existing buildings, we have been able to secure low-cost production capacity. By utilizing our management experience in industrial scale farming, we strive to optimize our production processes. Our objective is to ensure our production costs are among the lowest in Canada. By focusing on indoor cultivation, we are able to grow high-quality, consistent crops.


Our original founders have significant expertise in sales and marketing from both e-commerce and traditional retail. Their experience also includes new market penetration, diversification, product and market development. Zenabis is one of only a few producers to have signed a supply agreement with the province of New Brunswick. Zenabis has further secured purchase orders from three other provinces and one territory.


On October 17, 2018, cannabis for recreational purposes became available to adults across Canada through regulated provincial/territorial distribution channels. According to a report by Deloitte, demand for recreational cannabis could reach 600,000 kg annually, with a potential total market size of $23 billion.