the where
& what

where we
grow

With our roots in Southern Ontario, we’re located in what has become a premier growing region in Canada.

The Centuries Ahead Studio™ is located in Brantford, Ontario, home of The Great One.  In this hydroponic indoor facility is where our iconic Meridian sativa is cultivated to perfection on the tunes of rock.

Elsewhere, in the heart of Niagara wine region, is Great Emerald Hall™, our state-of-the-art hybrid greenhouse. It draws on the natural sun to grow beauties like Moon, 50 and Grace.

moon

HYBRID indica dominant / 1:2 CBD THC:5.3-8% CBD:9-12%

Moon's dense buds are thickly coated in trichomes. This strain sure stands out with it's rich forest green and purple hues. Terpenes like Cymene, Eucalyptol and Alpha Pinene give Moon it's distinct herbal and earthy aroma with undertones of pine. 

50

HYBRID indica dominant / THC: 14 - 16% CBD: 0.02 - 0.04%

50's large, dense buds are coated in silvery-white trichomes. Grown in Great Emerald Hall, hand-sorted, hand finished, and generally very pampered by our grow team, this strain matches it's roots well with emerald green and purple hues. Terpenes like Myrcene, Beta Pinene and Alpha Pinene give 50 an earthy wood taste and a sour lemon scent with pine undertones.

gems

HYBRID sativa dominant / THC: 14 - 20% CBD: 0 - 0.3%

A sativa-dominant hybrid, this interesting strain features buds that are blanketed with white, crystal-capped trichomes along with vibrant orange hairs. It's flower is light green with flecks of burnt-orange pistols. Dominant terpenes like Nerolidol, Beta Caryophyllene (say that three times as fast as you can) give Gems it's distinct aroma, which is best described as pungent with fruity, peppery notes.

meridian

SATIVA / THC: 17 - 28% CBD: 0.03 - 0.07%

This high THC strain might not be best for cannabis beginners. It's big, fluffy, bright green buds are rich with trichomes and feature light orange to golden hairs (pistils). Hang-dried and hand finished indoors in our Centuries Ahead Studio, the unique aroma of Meridian combines bitter with sour: think parsnip meets citrus and pine. We can thank terpenes like Terpinolene, Limonene and Beta Pinene for that.