Who, why, what, where?

We’re Atlantic Cultivation

We believe in offering great quality cannabis to the people in Newfoundland and Labrador and throughout the country.

Atlantic is owned by team of Newfoundlanders and Labradorians who share a passion for success. We have created an amazing team obsessed with Quality, Community and Fun.

Our cannabis cultivation and processing facility is located in St. John’s, NL. We also own and operate Atlantic Cannabis retail locations across the province. Visit one of our locations to find exciting cannabis products from us and our partners.

What’s Happening Now

We are firing on all cylinders, growing amazing cannabis, creating new brands, launching new products, opening new stores and adding more and more people to our amazing team.

We have finished building a state-of-the-art 110,000 square foot production facility that will allow us to grow extraordinary hydroponic cannabis.

Alex Twells


Alex has a curious mind and a belief that companies are successful because they have solid strategy, leadership and a great team. For a quarter of a century he has helped companies across North America and Europe achieve success.

Outside work, Alex is a leader with Rotary International, recently completing a term as District Governor for Atlantic Canada. Alex spends every morning on the trails with his beloved German Shorthaired Pointer called Blueberry.

Chris Crosbie


Chris has first-hand experience in the cannabis industry having worked in the medical cannabis industry south of the border. More recently he has managed commercial and industrial buildings in the Oil and Gas industry. Fun fact: Chris was an accomplished martial artist and competed internationally.

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Nathan Woodworth

VP of Strategy and Innovation

Since joining ACL in late 2020, Nathan’s role has grown to address almost all aspects of ACL’s business operations. With an eye to enhancing efficiency through innovative strategic considerations, Nathan’s focus is to use his depth of experience in the cannabis industry to drive ACL toward future success.

Prior to joining ACL, Nathan founded James E. Wagner Cultivation, an Ontario based Licensed Producer. As CEO of JWC, Nathan achieved the 38th license issued by Health Canada, growing the company from its 5 founding members to employing over 180 people at 2 fully licensed premises. Operating a unique cultivation paradigm based on 4 patent pending technologies, JWC’s GRowthSTORM platform remains the largest aeroponic cannabis cultivation effort in the world.

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Elizabeth Jones

Regulatory & Quality Assurance Manager

Elizabeth began her career in 2006 as a remote field technician in Labrador, conducting Environmental Assessments and small mammal studies along the QNSL railway for the Iron Ore Company of Canada (IOCC).

Her passion for the sea that was not present in inland Labrador, brought her to the southern shore of New Brunswick in 2008, where she worked her way up the ladder of the Aquaculture Industry into Regulatory Compliance and Certification Manager with Admiral Fish Farms. The journey to get there took her through multiple technologically advanced hatcheries, open-ocean cage sites, research stations, and fish processing facilities housing Atlantic cod, Atlantic salmon and Halibut.

In 2014, Elizabeth switched gears from food health and safety, into pharmaceutical health and safety, when she became the Regulatory Compliance and Quality Assurance Manager of Tidal Health Solutions, the 100th licensed producer for medical cannabis to be registered with Health Canada. At Tidal Health Solutions Elizabeth doubled as a medical assistant attending clinics and putting patients in touch with their medicine. On a quest to return to her roots in Newfoundland, Elizabeth took her new found love for the cannabis industry and expanded her knowledge to include recreational cannabis and the retail sector, which lead her to working with Highland Grow in Antigonish, NS, and consulting for BeeHighve Cannabis in Corner Brook, NL, before settling in at Atlantic Cultivation in 2020.