The past year was a big success for micro-cultivators as the number of licence holders across Canada continued to grow. Most licences are still for standard cultivation overall, but micro’s are gaining momentum—both in the industry and with consumers.

The journey of a micro brand isn’t an easy one. Maintaining a successful company with high taxes and operating costs, paired with low prices for their products, can be a challenge. Despite these difficulties passion for the plant is prevailing, with larger cultivators and consumers are taking note.

Micro-cultivators like Organnicraft, North 40, MTL Cannabis, Weathered Islands, Origin Coast, and Black Kettle Farms—just to name a few—have been making waves in the last year with new products on the…

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