Corporate History

The story…

Canada House Wellness Group is a vertically integrated cannabis firm focused on segments and markets where it has a distribution and product advantage (currently with Veterans and province of Quebec).

Canada House was founded by Canadian Forces veterans Mike Southwell and Fabian Henry in 2016, following the reverse takeover of Licensed producer Abba Medix Corp. by Marijuana For Trauma, which they also founded in 2013. Marijuana for Trauma now operates as Canada House Clinics (CHC} which provides therapeutic cannabinoid therapy through their 14 clinics. CHC mission is to Help Renew Lives, helping alleviate the suffering of veterans struggling with their operational stress injuries, and helping all Canadians with common to complex conditions. CHC patients consume over $27 Million of legal medical cannabis a year, and many of our clinics are now offering multidisciplinary services including mental health services.

Abba Medix Corp., a Licensed Producer in Pickering, Ontario, grows craft quality medical grade cannabis with special consideration to the product needs of Veterans. Abba also sources products from other cannabis producers, giving patients one stop source for their entire needs.

Canada House was named after the well-known safehaven and gathering place facility in Kandahar for Canadian and Allied soldiers. In 2017, Canada House Wellness Group acquired the software company Knalysis, an innovative platform that seamlessly links physicians, providers, and patients. Knalysis provides a competitive advantage to CHC through its leading cannabis clinic software.

In 2020, Canada House Wellness Group completed the strategic acquisition of IsoCanMed Inc.(“ICM”) a privately owned, fully operational cannabis company located in Louiseville, Quebec. The acquisition provides access to the large and rapidly growing Quebec cannabis market, leading cultivation technologies, and a significant increase in production capacity to meet Canada House’s Current demand.

Canada House Wellness Group mission remain consistent with principles established in 2013, leveraging high quality cannabis to help Canadians. Mike Southwell, co-founder and Veteran, remains actively involved as an advisor to the CEO and the board.