WELCOME TO CANNABIS CULTIVATORS OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
We are industry leaders working together to advance the interest of legal cannabis cultivation here in British Columbia. We are proud of our BC roots and our world-renowned legacy as a region for cannabis excellence. We work to protect our legacy, support our local communities, and foster the growth of our thriving industry.
Cannabis Cultivators of British Columbia (CCBC) is a non-profit association that brings together cannabis cultivators across British Columbia who are committed to promoting a growing cannabis sector and contributing to our communities. CCBC and its members believe that a thriving legal cannabis sector creates local jobs, generates tax revenue and contributes to British Columbia's economy. CCBC advocates for the growth of a responsible cannabis industry in British Columbia and works with communities and governments to create conditions that benefit the sector and all of British Columbia. As the first cannabis growers' association representing licensed cultivators of all sizes in British Columbia, we work with policy makers at every level of government to find common ground and move the sector forward. At CCBC, we believe it is time to shift the policy paradigm to make British Columbia the world leader in cannabis innovation and expertise.
To shift the paradigm surrounding cannabis to policies built upon supporting cannabis as a new agricultural commodity, and advance British Columbia as a world leader in cannabis innovation and expertise.
CCBC advocates for the growth of a responsible cannabis industry in British Columbia and works to advance a favourable social, economic, and business environment for cannabis cultivation in British Columbia.
positive relationships with government at all levels to support the continued growth of a thriving cannabis industry in Canada.
for industry-wide cultivation issues on behalf of all licensed cannabis cultivators in British Columbia.
as a source for cultivation expertise and a forum for information sharing.
innovative and sustainable cannabis cultivation as a vibrant part of agriculture in British Columbia.
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