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Rethinking cannabis

As the cannabis market in North America continues to expand, WestCann is focused on taking customer expectations to new levels.

 

WestCann’s objective is simply to produce and distribute the finest-quality, tailor-made, pre-rolled cannabis cigarettes in Canada and the United States.

 

Its state-of-the-art plant in Yorkton, Saskatchewan, is Canada’s first fully automated high-speed cannabis cigarette manufacturing and packaging facility.

The future of cannabis starts with innovation and imagination.

Welcome to WestCann

WestCann was incorporated in Canada in 2018, as a manufacturer and distributor of tobacco and nicotine-free cannabis cigarettes in Canada and the United States.

 

Its aim is to invigorate and grow the cannabis market by introducing new ways of thinking with an eye firmly fixed on the future. To get there requires inventiveness and audacity.

Retooling cannabis

The focus on delivering sophisticated, affordable products that are produced using proven tobacco business models and technologies makes sense. It’s in the company’s DNA.

 

The WestCann core team embodies decades of collective tobacco industry and cannabis experience in international markets, from product development and manufacture to retailing and regulation.

 

Adding supply chain management expertise to the mix makes it possible for WestCann to export tried and tested tobacco industry technology to developing cannabis markets around the world.

 

This is the future.

Regulating cannabis

As recreational and medicinal cannabis markets emerge around the world, the commercialisation of cannabis becomes subject to a variety of governmental regulatory standards.

 

WestCann’s in-depth experience and understanding of regulatory compliance in international tobacco and cannabis markets, strengthens its ability to develop product lines and execute marketing strategies that manages the intricacies of these regulatory environments.

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