• Licensed Producers


    Cannabis Canada Association looks forward to welcoming new Licensed Producers into the national association as the federal government continues to license regulated cannabis producers.

    Cannabis Canada Association, collectively, represents the majority of Licensed Producers of cannabis for medical purposes as licensed and regulated by the Office of Medical Cannabis and the Controlled Substance and Tobacco Branch, under the Health Canada’s Marijuana for Medical Purposes Regulations (MMPR), in force as of April 1, 2014, recently modified on August 24, 2016 and renamed Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR).

    If you are a patient looking for medical cannabis, all of our members have well-educated and trained client service teams to assist you with finding the best product for your needs. If you don’t know what product form you would like or need to know where to find cannabis clinics with licensed physicians available to consult, the client care teams can help you. Compassionate programs are available, if needed. And, you can file the costs in your federal tax return as a medical expense.


    Click on each licensed producer’s logo to go directly to their web page and all of their contact information.

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    Job Postings

    Current career opportunities with our Licensed Producers.

    Broken Coast

    Purchasing and Inventory Coordinator

    Duncan, BC.


    Broken Coast Cannabis Ltd. is looking for a full-time Purchasing & Inventory Coordinator to join the operations team at our busy medical cannabis production facility. Broken Coast is a federally licensed producer of cannabis under the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR), located in Duncan, BC.

    The Purchasing & Inventory Coordinator will be responsible for performing all day-to-day transactions with respect to Broken Coast’s purchasing and inventory processes. Key areas of accountability include material procurement, inventory availability, inventory accuracy, and compliance with regulatory requirements with respect to all inbound shipments and material handling.


    • Issue, track and expedite purchase orders as required
    • Ensure that all purchasing, receiving, and inventory activities are carried out in compliance with Broken Coast quality and safety procedures
    • Source new items and parts as required
    • Ensure inventory accuracy and organization
    • Monitor inventory levels, co-ordinate cycle counting and assist with required quarterly and annual physical counts
    • Contribute to the development of formal procedures
    • Coordinate with finance on PO issuance, receipt, and reconciliations as required
    • In conjunction with quality assurance, process and coordinate the handling, return, or disposition of non-confirming materials

    Requirements & Experience:

    • 3-5 years of experience in a similar role
    • Sound knowledge of purchasing, inventory, and receiving best practices
    • APICS/CPIM training an asset
    • ERP experience is an asset
    • Excellent internal and external communication skills
    • Outstanding organizational and time management skills
    • Strong computer aptitude
    • Experience in a regulated environment is an asset
    • Able to obtain a federal security clearance under the ACMPR

    Applications may be sent to careers@brokencoast.ca. Please reference competition 17-101 when applying.

    Newstrike Resources Ltd

    QA Manager

    Brantford, ON


    Operations Division (Brantford)

    Canadian owned and operated – Up Cannabis (a wholly owned subsidiary of Newstrike) is a Health Canada licensed producer of Medical Cannabis under the ACMPR.

    General Responsibilities:

    Reporting directly to the Chief Quality Officer, this role is responsible for ensuring consistent quality of product through oversight of the Brantford QA Team. The QA Manager must have a deep understanding of compliance requirements that meet or exceed Health Canada as well as internal requirements.

    Key Responsibilities:

    • Quality System maintenance and management
    • Review and control of Canadian printed packaging components (including master label artwork);
    • Documentation review of all GPP documents;
    • Review and control of Canadian production and packaging documents;
    • Analytical finished product testing and Finished Product Specifications;
    • Finished product release to Canadian distribution system based on conformance of finished product to all manufacturing and Quality Control/Assurance standards for the Regulated Products and all applicable GPPs, which includes: Batch Documentation Review, Certificate of Analysis Review, Label Review, Sample Handling and Release of Finished Product;
    • Handling and review of any necessary investigations arising out of complaints regarding quality;
    • Handling and review of any product retrievals or recalls;
    • Ensuring all levels of change are evaluated and documented;
    • Investigate Out of Specification results;
    • Coordinating and overseeing destructions;
    • Investigations associated with Pharmacovigilence Activities (Adverse Events);
    • Validation Protocols and Reports including but not limited to, Process Validation, Cleaning Validation and Method Transfers/Validations;
    • Annual Product Quality Review creation and maintenance

    Stability Program Work including:

    • Review and assess for compliance data from stability programs for the Regulated Products;
    • Set-up and Review of Stability Programs including Stability specifications
    • Write, review, revise and maintenance of Standard Operating Procedures as they pertain to the production, distribution and sale of the Regulated Products in Canada;
    • Preparation and maintenance of regulatory documents (i.e.: Producers Licence) as they relate to the Regulated Products;
    • Audits of sites on behalf of the Licensed Producer;
    • Supervision and Representation at Health Canada Inspections on behalf of the Licensed Producer; and
    • Provide GPP training to staff members.


    • Bachelor of Science and ability to be certified as an A/QAP
    • Certificate in Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs & Quality Operations preferred
    • Minimum 5 years relevant experience with in the pharmaceuticals, biotech or healthcare industries in regulatory/compliance
    • Strong knowledge of current Canadian GMP regulations and guidelines
    • Previous experience writing SOPs and technical writing and document management
    • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office suite
    • Ability to work independently, and as part of a team and collaboratively across the organization
    • Ability to prioritize and schedule daily activities, manage multiple priorities, and requests under tight time constraints
    • Excellent analytical and problem solving skills
    • Outstanding communication skills, written and verbal
    • Clean police background check
    • Patient/Customer focus, results oriented with excellent organizational skills
    • Previous experience with inspecting methods in the design, fabrication and production of medical cannabis an asset

    Job Type: Full-time

    Salary: $80,000.00 to $85,000.00 /year

    Job Location:

    • Brantford, ON

    Required education:

    • Bachelor’s

    Required experience:

    • pharmaceuticals: 2 years

    Quality Assurance: 5 years

    7 ACRES

    Flower Manager

    Tiverton, Ontario


    Job purpose

    The Flower Manager will be responsible for the overall management of the 7ACRES Grow Rooms. Including planning, scheduling, directing, coordinating and documenting cultivation activities.

    The Flower Manager will oversee and implement propagation, transplanting, watering, fertilizing, IPM record keeping, and sanitation in greenhouse and grow rooms. They will work closely with the Nursery, Records and Processing Teams.

    Duties and responsibilities

    • Responsible for maintaining the quality of 7ACRES product
    • Works with Operations Manager to develop and implement a production schedule for flowering plants, including labour time and budget
    • Maintains and cares for all plants by trimming, topping and preparing plants for flowering
    • Assures accurate PH/EC and temperatures/humidity levels daily
    • Manages any issues that occur in the Flowering Zone, including pest control
    • Follows and integrates a pest management schedule
    • Skillfully plans tasks while maintaining timeliness
    • Assign work schedules and duties to growers, and supervise their work
    • Prepare staff schedules or work assignments
    • Hire employees, train and discipline employees
    • Conduct performance reviews with staff as directed by senior management
    • Create a professional work culture by training, motivating, and disciplining the employees working in the grow rooms
    • Explain and enforce safety regulations and policies
    • Communicate organizational policies and procedures
    • Tour work areas to observe work being done, to inspect plants, and to evaluate plant and growing medium conditions
    • Monitor facility operational systems
    • Assist in determining types and quantities of plants to be grown, based on budgets, projected sales volumes, or executive directives
    • Develop and implement a production schedule
    • Analyze data to inform operational decisions or activities
    • Estimate cost or material requirements to help develop departmental budget
    • Identify and recommend plant nutrients, disease control measures, and equipment needed for purchase
    • Schedule material requirements and coordinate with procurement department
    • Inspect facilities and equipment for signs of disrepair, and ensure necessary maintenance work is completed
    • Identify plants with problems such as diseases and pests. Develop plan to mitigate
    • Monitor application of pesticides and fertilizers to plants
    • Regulate plant irrigation systems, and program environmental and irrigation control computers
    • Coordinate record-keeping, inventory and requisitioning activities
    • Ensure all plants are properly inventoried and tracked in accordance with the relevant SOPs and regulatory requirements
    • Organize plants to optimize growing conditions
    • Record all production methodologies and data
    • Ongoing maintenance ensuring appropriate irrigation, pruning, sanitation, and pest control of all grow room activities
    • Coordinate with other managers and departments to ensure corporate objectives are met
    • Other duties as required



    • Bachelors of Science in horticulture or plant science
    • 3-5 years experience supervising a team of individuals in a heavily regulated environment is desirable but not essential
    • Strong leadership and interpersonal skills and ability to develop a strong, high performing team
    • Trouble shooting and problem solving skills
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills
    • Understanding of the ACMPR and related regulations



    Posting Date: September 7th 2017
    Close Date: September 21st 2017


    7 ACRES


    Tiverton, Ontario


    Job purpose

    Responsible for implementing all the tasks in the growing process pursuant to relevant Standard Operating Procedures (“SOPs”) as instructed by the Production/Processing Manager.

    Duties and responsibilities

    • Adhere to SOPs relevant to duties, as directed by the Production Manager including, but not limited to, duties involving the production, processing and destruction of cannabis, marijuana and/or dried marijuana
    • Responsible for appropriate documentation of tasks completed and duties discharges, as applicable, and as required by relevant SOPs or similar Company policies
    • Promptly report to Production Manager any actual or possible deviations from SOPs and similar Company policies
    • Assist with tasks including but not limited to; seeding, cutting, transplanting, watering, pest control, etc.
    • Other duties as required
    • Qualifications




    • Knowledge of Canada’s ACMPR rules and regulations and production requirements
    • Strong understanding of genetics and plant care including a comprehensive knowledge of strains (sativa, indica and hybrids)
    • Maintain exceptional attention to detail to achieve consistently high quality and yield
    • Post-secondary education in Horticulture or a related field is an asset
    • 1-2 years of relevant experience
    • Date Posted September 7th 2017 


    • Posting Closes September 21st 2017

    7 ACRES

    IT Systems Administrator

    Tiverton, Ontario


    Job purpose

    Reporting to the 7ACRES IT Manager, the IT Systems Administrator is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the organization’s computer networks. He/she organizes, supervises, and oversees installation and support of the organization’s computer systems, including local area networks (LANs), network segments, intranets, and other data communication systems.

    Duties and responsibilities

    • Determine what the organization needs in a network and computer system before building it out.
    • Oversee installation of all network hardware. This includes specifying and ordering components, installation and disposal, configuration and maintenance/repair.
    • Set up printers, administer printers and print servers
    • Oversee installation of all network software. This includes specifying and ordering software, install/uninstall of software, configuration, patches and other updates and license management.
    • Maintain network and computer system security and ensure that all systems are operating correctly including antivirus software management, firewall management and intrusion detection
    • Administer access control; monitor access to operating systems, applications and files; manage user profiles
    • Collect and analyze data to evaluate network/systems performance and help make the system work better, faster, and with greater accuracy; track resource usage; manage storage space; manage system processes; manage operating systems
    • Provide user communication services, including e-mail, messaging, remote access and mobile communications
    • Solve problems quickly when a user or an IT ticket monitoring system lets them know about a problem.
    • Schedule system tasks
    • Prepare training materials and train users on the proper use of hardware and software when necessary.

     This job description is neither exhaustive nor exclusive and may be reviewed in the future depending upon operational requirements.


    • A minimum of bachelor’s degree in computer science, information technology, computer engineering, or a related discipline is required.
    • Five (5) or more years of experience as a systems administrator is also required.
    • Systems administration certification (e.g., IEEE, CompTIA Network+, Cisco) is desirable.
    • Must have demonstrated analytical and problem-solving abilities.
    • Must demonstrate good communication skills, both orally and in writing including presentation skills
    • IT project management experience is definite plus.

    Date Posted: September 7th 2017

    Posting Closes: September 21st 2017

    7 ACRES

    Junior Accounting Technician

    Tiverton, Ontario


    Job purpose

    The Junior Accounting Technician reports directly to the Controller and is responsible for maintaining accurate and timely data entry. The Junior Accounting Technician will liason with external suppliers/customers to ensure all transactions are accounted for with the proper source back up.

    Duties and responsibilities

    • Post supplier invoices by first matching purchase order to invoice, prepare for approval from Controller
    • Prepare invoices for Sales and Accounts Receivable
    • Complete bank reconciliations
    • Post Credit Card expenses and manage payments
    • Post expense reports
    • Investigate billing discrepancies
    • Generate A/P reports, isolate AP by person or project
    • Document storage management, paper and electronic copies
    • Generate reports for Controller to review for items such as HST, Payroll
    • Track Project costs and update monitoring schedule, generate monthly report for Project Management
    • General administrative tasks


      • Professional Accounting Designation required (CA, CPA, CGA or similar) or Bachelor’s degree in business or accounting with 2+ years of related work experience.       Alternatively 2 years related work experience.
      • Computer skills including the ability to operate spreadsheets and word processing programs at a highly proficient level
    • Excellent communication skills are essential, particularly in regard to presenting the results of analyses to management


      • Strong communication skills both written and verbal
    • Highly organized, able to set clear goals and track progress against those goals
    • Able to manage multiple assignments, adapts to changing priorities and is able to work independently or as part of a team


    Date posted: August 31st 2017

    Date Closing: September 15th 2017

    7 ACRES

    Manager (Research and Development)

    Tiverton, Ontario


    Job purpose

    The Manager of Research and Development will be responsible for planning and execution of in-house research trials related to the emerging field of commercial cultivation of Cannabis under greenhouse conditions. They will act as coordinator for our outreach research activities.

    Duties and responsibilities

    • Implement objective oriented research plans with short term and long term (futurist) goals.
    • Plan and implement in-house research trials related to growing medium, plant physiology, climate control, cultural practices, plant training and pruning, disease and insect pest, root zone environment, plant nutrition, quality aspects of the flowers, propagation, comparative evaluation of different strains , harvesting and post harvesting processing and storage of finished product.
    • Testing of new products to be used in greenhouse growing.
    • Work on potential issues and provide support to Growers.
    • Population studies for insect pests and predatory beneficial insects.
    • Implement outreach research program and establish productive relationship with universities, research institutes, grower organizations and government scientists.
    • Review available information and literature to prepare reports for finding solutions for crop problems.
    • Data analysis and compilation of reports.
    • Coordination with compliance/QA when planning and conducting trials.

    This job description is neither exhaustive nor exclusive and may be reviewed in the future depending upon operational requirements.


    • Masters or Ph.D. in applied plant sciences (Horticulture, Agronomy, Soil sciences, Plant breeding, Plant Genetics, Plant Physiology etc.).
    • 3 or more years of research experience in one of the fields stated fields is desirable but not essential.
    • Thorough understanding of the scientific methods, experimental design and statistical analyses.
    • Scientific report writing experience.
    • Must be self-directed and independently motivated.
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills Understanding of the ACMPR and related regulations

    Date Posted: September 11th 2017

    Posting Closes: September 25th 2017

    7 ACRES

    Procurement Technician

    Tiverton, Ontario


    Job purpose

    The Procurement Technician works directly with the Procurement Manager to accommodate, plan and prioritize all purchasing activities.

    Duties and responsibilities

    Reviews planned orders, creates requisitions for purchased items.

    Tracks order acknowledgement, prepares and communicates shortage and backlog reports, and provides visibility of potential interruptions.

    Tracks orders and confirms system lead times, and delivery dates.

    Reviews, updates, and maintains purchase orders until they are closed.

    Ensures orders adhere to supplier agreements and contracts; reports nonconformance to Procurement Manager.

    Identifies opportunities and implements actions to achieve efficiencies.

    Checks shipments when they arrive to ensure that orders have been filled correctly and those goods meet specifications, ensuring all paperwork is present and filled out accordingly.

    Works received materials into appropriate storage area, updates and clearly marks any expired materials.

    Fully maintains the storage room(s) ensuring full organization, including creating and maintaining stock room system.


    Ability to maintain exceptional attention to detail to achieve consistently high quality

    Post-secondary education in business administration or a related field is an asset

    1-2 years of relevant experience

    Technical skills (word, excel) experience with purchase order systems considered an asset.


    7ACRES is committed to accommodating applicants with disabilities up to the point of undue hardship during the recruitment, assessment and selection process. Please notify 7ACRES if you require accommodation in respect of the materials or procedures used at any time during this process. If you require accommodation 7ACRES will work with you to determine how to meet your needs.

     Date Posted: September 1st 2017

    Posting Closes: September 15th 2017



    7 ACRES

    Receiving Technician

    Tiverton, Ontario


    Job purpose

    The Receiving Technician works directly with the Procurement Manager to plan, organize and monitor the receiving, storage and distribution of all items received from suppliers. They will maintain a smooth and consistent operation by ensuring that all supplies are received and distributed to proper departments in an effective and efficient manner.

    Duties and responsibilities

    Receives and unloads incoming shipments and compares information on packing slip with purchase order to verify accuracy of shipment.

    Inspects shipments for damages or defects; records discrepancies or damages and notifies supervisor and/or purchasing personnel.

    Contact/work with supplier when defects, shortages, or other deficiencies are identified. Process returns.

    Route accepted items to requisitioning departments.

    Operate dolly, pallet jack, and/or forklift in loading and unloading supplies and equipment

    Enter all materials into Inventory Management System

    Perform regular material storage audits to ensure that material is undamaged and maintained neatly throughout the storage facility/warehouse

    Cooperate with representatives from other departments in the organization to provide warehouse information as requested

    Follows established departmental policies, procedures, and objectives, continuous quality improvement objectives, and safety and environmental standards.

    Performs miscellaneous duties as assigned


    Post-secondary education in logistics/supply chain management or a related field and/or 2 years of relevant work experience

    Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

    Technical skills (word, excel) experience with purchase order systems considered an asset.

    Records maintenance skills.

    Ability to receive, track, and distribute materials, supplies, and equipment.

    Knowledge of light equipment operation and/or maintenance.

    Ability to read, sort, check, count, and verify numbers.

    Ability to lift and manipulate heavy objects.

    Knowledge of postal or commercial shipping methods and procedures

    Ability to understand and follow safety procedures.

    Ability to maintain exceptional attention to detail.


    Posting Date: September 1st 2017
    Close Date: September 15th 2017


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