Zenabis has one of the largest indoor cannabis cultivation footprints in Canada.

State-of-the-art Indoor Growing Facilities

Zenabis has over 3,500,000 square feet of indoor facility and greenhouse cultivation space.

Zenabis West


The only ACMPR licensed facility in the Greater Vancouver Area. Its location within the lower mainland and close proximity to all major urban cities gives this facility potential to become a distribution centre in the future (once a wholesale distribution model is created by the Provincial Government).

This facility is a call centre location and also supports extractions.

License: June 2017

Total Building: 25,000 sq ft

Vault: Level 10, $150M Capacity

Zenabis West

Zenabis East


Located on a 20 acre site, Zenabis East is the largest indoor growing facility in Canada.

It supports growing and finished product operations, research and development, extractions, new product development, and a call centre. New Brunswick has some of the lowest labor costs and most affordable electricity in the country. In addition, due to the large building envelope, our scalability will keep costs low.

License: August 2017

Total Building: 380,000 sq ft

Vault: Level 10, Unlimited Inventory Capacity

Zenabis East

Vida Cannabis


Vida Cannabis is the largest late-stage applicant currently in the province. Phase by phase, the 12.5 acre site is designed to expand and be scalable with demand.

The current 255,000 square foot facility is one of the most advanced production environments ever designed. It supports growing and finished product operations, research and development, extractions, and new product development.

Production License: Expected Q4 2018

Total Building: 255,000 sq ft

Vault: Level 10. Unlimited Inventory Capacity

Vida Cannabis


Langley, BC

Located in Langley, BC, the 48-acre Bevo greenhouse facility will have a production capacity once fully converted, the highest in the industry. Through the experience of an expert management team, the Bevo facility will primarily support growing operations in order to meet Zenabis' current supply agreements and expected demand. The Bevo facility is expected to produce cannabis at a cost of $0.75 per gram, the lowest production cost in the industry.

Production License: Expected Q1 2019

Total Building: 2,800,000 sq ft