Marijuana has been legalized in Canada for 2 years now, and these brands are setting new standards! Here are 7 Canadian Cannabis brands to follow in 2020.

7. Cannabis brand- Sundial

Cannabis brand Sundial
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Sundial is a Cannabis brand based out of Calgary, Alberta that offers a modern, refreshing, and natural alternative to other brands out there. Sundial aims to create a brand that fits seamlessly into today’s active, healthy lifestyles. Their clean design puts them in the category of aesthetically driven Cannabis brands.

Check them out here.

6. Top Leaf

Top Leaf Brand
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This is a luxury brand founded by Cannabis enthusiasts who wanted to smoke only the best weed they could find. The mission at Top Leaf is to carefully craft “rich, full-bodied cannabis, with complex terpene profiles, mid-to-high THC potency and that little something special.” The cultivars at Top Leaf mix famous and exclusive genetics from around the world. They employ master growers curating the best possible product in their purpose-built modular rooms at Sundial’s flagship facility in Olds, Alberta.

Check out Top Leaf’s website here.

5. Cove- Cannabis brand famous for top-quality buds

Cove famous for buds
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Cove was born in the Okanagan Valley and are known for their high-quality buds, trimmed by hand. They offer a variety of strains so there is something for everyone to enjoy. Cove Cannabis is currently retailed at 15 locations across Canada so no matter where you are, you can get some fine BC bud.

For more information about Cove, check out their website here.

4. Cannabis Brand Doja

Doja Canadian Cannabis brand
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Doja is a Canadian Cannabis brand that was founded in 2014 by a group of forward-thinking entrepreneurs. This brand is based out of Okanagan, BC and it is in the valley that they cultivate small batches of premium BC bud. Doja thoughtfully hand trims their buds too. One thing that really stood out is their “mission to petition” a mass pardon to the Canadians faced with minor Cannabis convictions. All proceeds from their PARDON apparel support this cause.

Check out their website here to learn more.

3. Burb

Burb
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Burb is another Canadian Cannabis brand to follow in 2020! This brand is a premium Cannabis retailer that sells cannabis, clothing, and accessories. Burb is trying to help curve people away from the traditional cannabis Rastafarian views and establish a brand everyday people can embrace in the modern world. Based out of Port Coquitlam, BC, this Cannabis brand has been growing an expanding since 2018. On their website, it states, “We’re simply a group of friends, passionate about cannabis, and trying to raise the bar on how this industry is perceived and retailed. ”

Check Burb out for yourself here.

2. Houseplant

Houseplant
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Houseplant is a Canadian Cannabis brand that has really taken off. Maybe it has something to do with the famous co-founder, Seth Rogan. Nonetheless, Houseplant has committed to changing the injustices that continue to exist in the Cannabis industry. Houseplant claims to be, “committed to working closely with other industry leaders, legal teams, politicians, and non-profits to help those negatively impacted or convicted by minor, non-harmful cannabis acts.”

For more information on Houseplant, click here.

1. Tweed

Tweed cannabis brand
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This may be the most well-recognized Cannabis brand across Canada, and for that reason, it is one to watch in 2020. Tweed started in 2014, is based out of Ontario, and has since expanded to 18 stores across Canada! Tweed is all about educating the public on all things Cannabis. It is safe to say that this brand is working diligently to shift people’s perspectives about Cannabis. Tweed sells all things Cannabis, from their extensive options of strains, accessories, edibles, infused drinks, and more! We are curious to see what new items Tweed will roll out next.

You can check out their impressive website here.

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