A Family Farming Legacy
One of Canada’s Largest Legal Cannabis Harvesters
SpeakEasy Cannabis Club is one of the largest legal cannabis harvesters in Canada producing from Western Canada’s largest outdoor growing space. Located in the renowned “Golden Mile” cannabis region in Rock Creek, BC, SpeakEasy operates on 290 acres of land with a state-of-the-art, 63,200 square-foot indoor facility. The Company is recognized for five generations of a successful family farming and for producing high-quality flower and value-added products at low cost.
The Company holds a cultivation, processing and sales licence issued by Health Canada under the Cannabis Act.
While many cannabis companies were out spending hundreds of millions on AI, greenhouses, and robotics that they thought were going to change the cannabis world, the Geen family was decades ahead of them investing in what they knew to be the most vital part of farming, site selection.
- 1995: Geen family acquired 2200 acres of land in Rock Creek, BC. The area is known as the Golden Mile – where their family has successfully farmed for 5 generations.
- 2013: Geen family applied for a cannabis license; in 2016 290 acres of the Geen family farm would become SpeakEasy Cannabis Corp.
- 2017: SpeakEasy acquired 290 acres of land in Rock Creek, BC.
- 2018: Health Canada announces that outdoor cannabis cultivation would be allowed. SpeakEasy’s trajectory changes dramatically.
- 2019: Speakeasy is granted a cannabis licence for cultivation, processing, and medical sales.
- 2020: SpeakEasy added 2,600,000 square feet of outdoor cultivation area to its licence.
- 2021: SpeakEasy Cannabis Club Ltd. completes the first of three 13, 200 sq ft licenced facilities.
- SpeakEasy Cannabis Club Ltd. secures an Extraction Agreement with RC Frontier Labs Ltd. to bring marketing, processing equipment, IP and years of extraction and formulation experience to the SpeakEasy processing facility.
- SpeakEasy Cannabis Club. Ltd. files for its Narcotics Dealers Licence (“NDL”) in order to develop and standardize psilocybin cultivation.