Pasha’s subsidiary

We are uniquely positioned in the new legal market to capitalize on our first-mover status with a network of hundreds of cannabis professionals.

As a final or late stage applicant, Pasha’s subsidiary, BC Craft Supply Co. Ltd. is developing a craft cannabis campus which will include a Standard Cultivation Nursery, Standard Processing Facility and an Analytical Testing laboratory. When licenced, BC Craft Supply will assist craft growers in obtaining security clearance and licensing to grow as micro cultivators, specializing in education and compliance to bring growers into the regulated cannabis supply market.

The Pasha team has a proven history in the cannabis industry, and includes those who fought for the right of personal growing, edibles and concentrates, pushed the federal government to reduce barriers to cultivation and processing licenses, successfully licensed businesses under prohibition, and had a hand in crafting local and First Nation laws around commercial cannabis.


To champion prohibition-era activists and producers in today’s rapidly evolving cannabis landscape, providing a platform to showcase the expertise that has given BC its hard-won reputation for world-class bud.


We believe in quality, not quantity, and envision a future where the artisans of prohibition-era cannabis are given an equal opportunity to flourish in legal markets around the world.


Integrity – Be Strong

At the root of integrity is the strong adherence to a code of moral and artistic truth. It involves doing the right thing, even when it is not the easy choice, or acknowledged by others. Pasha recognizes the integrity of prohibition-era growers, and is committed to bringing that same level of integrity into the legal market.

Authenticity – Be Real

In artistic circles, authenticity refers to how much an artist or particular work is original, sincere, and displays a genuine heart. At Pasha, we recognize that these are traits of artisanal and craft producers, and their products. We are dedicated to ensuring their products make it to market while staying truly authentic.

Passion – Be Fierce

Cannabis would not be legal in Canada today if not for the passion and dedication of our activists, advocates, and growers. We are dedicated to keeping that flame alive as we strive to ensure that prohibition-era producers find their way to markets around the world.

Respect – Be Aware

At Pasha, we acknowledge and respect the risks and sacrifices made by our community under prohibition. We respect the plant. Our focus on craft production has its roots in that respect. We respect each other. This respect infuses us with a duty to care, for our product, for our people, and for our planet.

Community – Be United

Communities are at their best when individuals band together for a common agenda, cause, or interest, and collaborate by sharing ideas, information, and other resources. Unity to achieve a common goal should not come with a diminishing of individuality, nor should our individuality prevent us from uniting.

Our Visionaries

Patrick Brauckmann - Executive Chairman

Executive Chairman

For two decades Mr. Brauckmann has identified. structured and financed numerous private and public companies in a wide spectrum of industry sectors including healthcare, internet telephony, solar energy, oil&gas, mineral exploration and licensed production in the US and Canadian cannabis markets. Mr. Brauckmann received his B.A. (Hons) from Simon Fraser University and has served in both management and board capacities within the international capital market scene, with transactional value in the hundreds of millions in the past decade.

Mr. Brauckmann brings strong cross-sectional talents to the company from his experience as the co-founder of Healthworks, Canada’s first multi-disciplinary medical facilities, the co-creator of Chopra Yoga Studios,the founder of Corazon Gold Corp. and, most recently advising and financing Canadian cannabis producers, Abcann Medicinals and Doja Cannabis Co. while, also sitting as a founding board member of Doja. In 2018 Doja merged with Hiku Brands and was later purchased by Canopy Growth, the world’s largest cannabis company.

Scott Walters - Director


Scott has extensive business experience developing successful US and Canadian medical cannabis start-ups and sales channels, licensed cannabis production and integration, product development and ongoing funded research into chronic pain. Scott developed and is former CEO of THC BioMed, Canabo and Empower Clinics (USA) and currently an independent director of Supreme Pharmaceuticals, a fully licensed wholesale focused ACMPR cannabis cultivator listed on the TSX.

Prior to his 2013 pivot to cannabis focused industries, Scott spent 20 years in investment banking and derivatives trading with a focus on natural resources and technology at leading Canadian banking firms.