A Manitoba couple is securing plans for a medical marijuana company that will grow, package and ship medical marijuana from a former sewing factory in Portage la Prairie.
“The blueprint comes from personal knowledge in the medical marijuana field, as well as farming background knowledge,” said Joseph Fullmer, co-owner of Medical Manitoba Green.
Fullmer and his partner, Aliza Amihude, have been working with government officials for two years to get the necessary approvals for the facility.
Last year the company was approved by Health Canada to begin building their operation in a vacant sewing factory. The City of Portage la Prairie approved a rezoning request for the site last fall.
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