MYM Nutraceuticals Inc. (CSE:MYM) was recently featured in an article by Site Selection Magazine. The article discussed the recent passage of Act C-45 by Canada’s Parliament and highlighted how Canadian cannabis companies will create new employment opportunities, predominately through greenhouses and dispensaries.
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Before the ink was dry on the new law, on June 19, MYM Nutraceuticals broke ground in Weedon for the C$200-million, 1.5-million-sq.-ft. CannaCentre complex that will house 15 medical cannabis greenhouses, a museum, auditorium, learning centrer, restaurant, bookstore, hotel, and cannabis research and innovation center, and create 400 jobs. A Deloitte study commissioned by MYM says the project will generate over $30 million annually for local and provincial governments from a 329-acre site formerly known as the Boisvert gravel pit, which MYM purchased for C$660,000.
“The Weedon Project is one of the largest private investment and economic development initiatives to materialize in the Eastern Townships in decades,” said Rob Gietl, CEO of MYM.