Leading the way in Nova Scotia and around the world, Aqualitas is an aquaponics cannabis company rooted in science. Our unique proprietary cultivation process developed in association with Acadia and Dalhousie Universities uses all-natural inputs and produces a superior quality, better tasting product with larger yields and faster growing times. We grow using the symbiotic relationship between fish and plants without reliance on pesticides or chemical fertilizers. The fish provide all-natural nutrients to feed the plants and the plants clean the water and send it back to the fish, maintaining a system that uses 90% less water and 50% less energy than traditional growing methods.
We are proud to have made our home in the heart of Liverpool, Nova Scotia on the pristine coastline.
Green - for the multifaceted plant we grow using environmentally responsible and sustainable practices.
Blue - for the purity of the water in our nutrient-rich aquaponic system, a process free from the use of pesticides
and synthetic, petroleum-derived fertilizers.
Renew - is the peace of mind in knowing that we can achieve balance, renewal and rejuvenation in all we do -
from our people, to our process and ultimately, with our product.
To our clients: We’re committed to knowing and appreciating our clients and helping them access cannabis when they seek relief and an improved quality of life. Our team of advocates and scientists is here to provide you with the affordable, high-quality product you need. We offer compassionate pricing and we’re here to help you and your healthcare provider find the right product for you, one that is pure and all-natural.
To our community: We’re proud to be a leader in partnering with communities in Nova Scotia, Canada to bring an emerging global industry to the region. We’re committed to sourcing materials, labour and expertise locally, whenever possible.
Aqualitas has applied for a license to produce and sell medical cannabis as regulated by Health Canada under the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations.