Our Community.

Being raised in these mountains, Nelson is dear to our hearts. It’s a special place – naturally unique, and blessed with great people eager to contribute while aggressively enjoying the outdoors. We are proud to invest in this community and to grow lifelong roots.

In the coming years, the Green Light Solutions tribe will consist of 60+ people, most of whom call Nelson home. As a growing team, we’re excited and committed to enabling a vibrant economy for small local producers, bringing B.C.’s craft cannabis industry online in a meaningful, authentic way.

We are proud to partner with Selkirk College, Kootenay Association for Science & Technology, and the Nelson and District Chamber of Commerce as we establish our operations and offer support to their respective missions.

"If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together." – African Proverb

Our Community

Being raised in these mountains, Nelson is dear to our hearts. It’s a special place – naturally unique, and blessed with great people eager to contribute while aggressively enjoying the outdoors. We are proud to invest in this community and to grow lifelong roots.

In the coming years, the Green Light Solutions tribe will consist of 60+ people, most of whom call Nelson home. As a growing team, we’re excited and committed to enabling a vibrant economy for small local producers, bringing B.C.’s craft cannabis industry online in a meaningful, authentic way.

We are proud to partner with Selkirk College, Kootenay Association for Science & Technology, and the Nelson and District Chamber of Commerce as we establish our operations and offer support to their respective missions.

"If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together." – African Proverb

FAQ

We are hiring for a few key roles as we complete the build out of our facility. Most of our hiring will happen once we receive licensing from Health Canada. Join our Newsletter to stay in the loop! (here)

We are proudly based in Nelson, in the heart of BC’s Cannabis Country.

Once licensed, our Nelson facility will produce organic, soil-grown, small batch cannabis. We also have two farm properties licensed for the cultivation of high-CBD hemp.

Our corporate technology stack integrates the management of production, manufacturing and business processes, enhancing real-time visibility, managing information flow and delivering analytics.

Our Digital Grow Platform empowers growers to make better decisions by capturing environmental conditions across a grower’s operation, providing real-time data, insights, and generating recommendations through a quick view dashboard experience.

In tandem, we deploy vertical farming techniques, custom spectrum LEDs, and an advanced environmental control system. A big investment in technology to allow our plants to do one thing very well – grown naturally (in a controlled growing environment).

Yes. Organic soil, fresh glacier water, integrated pest management, and quality Kootenay vibes.

Soon! We will be updating our community as soon as our products are available at local retail partners. Join our Newsletter to stay in the loop! (here)

We like people more than texts and bots. Let’s talk. Or have coffee. Say Hi! (here).

Good question and it would depend on who you ask. According to Health Canada, Marijuana and Hemp are different names for the same plant – Cannabis. If the plant has less than 0.3% THC, it's called Hemp. If the plant has more than 0.3% THC, it's called Marijuana.

Plant scientists, however, see things a little differently. According to the books, Cannabis is a genus of flowering plants in the family Cannabaceae. The three species of cannabis most widely accepted include: Sativa, Indica, and Ruderalis. Go Figure.

This stuff is important to us. We call it ‘doing the right thing’ – no buzz words here. Our facility is designed for maximum energy efficiency, and we have the goal of creating a zero-waste operation. And we refuse to use synthetic fertilizers and pesticides during production because we care about those who touch and ingest our product, and we want to protect our communities, waterways and biosphere from toxic pollution.