J.P. Mariwell mid-licensing process; wants to start construction by fall 2017.
Medical marijuana company J.P. Mariwell is aiming to start building a greenhouse and processing centre for cannabis in Chatham-Kent by fall 2017.
Plans for the facility also include a customer contact centre. According to J.P. Mariwell, their plans will allow them to produce 6,000 kilograms of medical marijuana annually.
A release from the company said the municipality of Chatham-Kent has approved the plan for the two hectare site, located near Wheatley, and that the land has been zoned for marijuana production. The company has also said it plans to use no pesticides in an “environmentally friendly operational model” on land along the Lake Erie shoreline.
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