A motorized security gate, barbed wire fence and abundance of security cameras are obvious signs a new business in north Paris is out of the ordinary.
Inside, light in one room from 50 high-pressure sodium fixtures is so bright it hurts the naked eye.
Welcome to a medical marijuana growing facility setting up shop in a former chicken processing plant in the community.
It’s been an understated arrival for Toronto-based Kindcann.
“I like the fact that everything is flying under the radar and that things are quiet,” said CEO and co-founder Maxim Zavet.
Kindcann originally looked to partner with a First Nations community near Fort Frances, Ont., but the plan fell through.
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