Alberta Craft Cannabis
Alberta Craft Cannabis (formerly GrenEx Pharms), is a wholly owned subsidiary of GTEC Holdings which received its Cultivation License from the Office of Medical Cannabis (“OMC”) on September 29th, 2017. Alberta Craft has a fully built out and operationally ready 14,000 square foot facility capable of producing 1300kg of high quality indoor craft cannabis annually, with expansion capabilities at the current location. GTEC will immediately commence cultivation at the facility as well as the application process with Health Canada for a Secondary Site application, utilizing the over 20,000,000 square feet of expansion capabilities within the GTEC portfolio.
“Cannabis Cowboy” is to be a privately owned recreational cannabis and accessories retailer based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Upon the pending approval from the Canadian Federal Government to legalize cannabis for recreational use, Cannabis Cowboy will begin offering retail dispensary services to Western Canada. To meet the rapidly growing demand for cannabis products and services, Cannabis Cowboy has developed an ambitious growth strategy to develop up to 30 turnkey retail locations within the next four months anticipating the legalization of recreational cannabis on October 17, 2018.
Zen Labs is a full service chemical and microbiological diagnostics laboratory for soil, water, and cannabis. Zen Labs will analyze cannabinoid profiles, moisture content, heavy metals, microbials, aflatoxins, pesticides and other contaminants. Zen Labs has been issued a Dealer’s License from Health Canada, with additional approval for extraction of cannabis oil.
GreenTec Retail Saskatchewan
GTEC is striving to achieve vertical integration within the Canadian cannabis supply chain. This includes various retail initiatives, primarily focused on Western Canada. In Saskatchewan, GTEC has made significant progress by establishing a ‘bricks and mortar” retail store (in Nipawin) and an e-commerce fulfillment centre (in Saskatoon). Both of these locations will supply the recreational cannabis market in the province of Saskatchewan. Moreover, the SLGA regulatory regime will allow GTEC to directly supply these retail operations with high quality craft cannabis, grown at its Licensed Producer facilities in British Columbia and Alberta.
Spectre Labs is a cannabis oil extraction facility based in Kelowna, British Columbia. Spectre has acquired land and building to develop the facility, completed initial design work and submitted an application to the Office of Controlled Substances for a Dealer’s License. The site will be developed in a phased approach and will serve as a Good Manufacturing Practices (“GMP”) grade facility with extraction, formulation, compounding and export capabilities to support GTEC’s Licensed Producers and the global medical market. GTEC also intends to utilize Spectre to manufacture edible products that are expected to be incorporated into Health Canada’s regulatory framework in 2019. Upon Health Canada approval of phase one, the facility will be able to produce up to 24,500 grams of cannabis oil per day (equivalent to more than 8,500 kilograms per annum), with capabilities to increase production capacity in future phase development.
Grey Bruce Farms
Grey Bruce Farms, a wholly owned subsidiary of GTEC Holdings is currently in construction of its 15,000 square foot boutique craft cannabis ACMPR production facility located in Grey Bruce County, Ontario on 6 acres. Grey Bruce Farms will ensure carefully cultivated cannabis with the care and attention you would expect from a small family operated farm.
Tumbleweed Farms, a wholly owned subsidiary of GTEC Holdings is currently in construction of its 10,000 square foot boutique craft cannabis ACMPR production facility located in Chase, BC on 22 acres. Tumbleweed Farms will utilize natural resources British Columbia has to offer, such as an abundance of clean and pure water within the property, as well as growing mediums & fertilizers that are locally produced. Tumbleweed Farms is also located within 8kms of the Trans Canada Highway, which will offer simplicity of logistics to ship product into the Lower Mainland, Northern BC, or into the province of Alberta.