RMB & Reconciliation
September 30th, the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, we stand with all First Nations people and communities to recognize the ongoing trauma caused by residential schools. We remember all those who were lost, all survivors, and their families. Reconciliation is a responsibility for all Canadians which can start with educating ourselves about the past to ensure positive and meaningful change is made today.
Red Market Brand launched on June 21, 2021 — National Indigenous People's Day
With a full line of products coming in the Fall of 2021, Red Market is bringing Canadians another way to support First Nations communities.
Health Canada and Provincially Approved
Proudly First Nation Owned & Operated
Purpose-driven to Support our Communities
The Red Market Brand Story
The Red Market applies our collective knowledge and wisdom, combined with modern cannabis expertise, to cultivate and support Indigenous communities.
Our logo is the symbol for ‘Prosperity’ in Anishinaabe tradition. Through Red Market, Founder and CEO Isadore Day believes that true Indigenous Nationhood can be achieved by striving in every way for the development of healthy, wealthy Indigenous communities.
First Nation Owned and Operated, Red Market will acknowledge and respect our roots by devoting a portion of profits to creating sustainable First Nation community health and wealth.
RMB is Commited to Protecting Mother Earth
As stewards of the Earth, a primary aim of Red Market is to be as environmentally responsible as possible. We strive to use the least amount of packaging — and use recycled materials whenever allowed.