Langley BC Cannabis Launches Website to Mark the Legalization of Recreational Cannabis in Canada

Humble Roots, Big Dreams

Langley BC Cannabis Ltd. is prospective Canadian medical cannabis producer that takes its name from the place in which it was born and plans to create a new paradigm of excellence and affordability.  British Columbia’s Fraser Valley is known for its rich agricultural heritage, and strong agricultural background. With this strong foundation, Langley BC Cannabis is set to create a new standard for Canada’s budding cannabis industry.

One Step Into The Future

Langley BC Cannabis represents the future of Canada’s Cannabis industry. Our expert team has decades of experience growing and produce cannabis and cannabis products for Canada’s medical patients. We want to set a new paradigm of excellence and affordability by providing the best medical cannabis on the Canadian market.

We plan to do this by growing the best cannabis, using science and old fashioned know how to make sure that each and every plant we grow is healthy, happy and producing the optimal amount of healing chemicals.  Our state of the art facility is custom built using the latest standard of excellence available. With an initial 20,000 square feet of grow space with a further 20,000 sqft expansion planned we will have room to produce from day one of getting our Health Canada license and we will have a lot of room to expand in the future.

 

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