Canary Rx has completed the build-out of their 44,000 sq. ft., Norfolk County cannabis production facility. Canary commenced external and structural upgrades of the Norfolk County facility in September 2017. An extensive interior build-out followed in July 2018. The state-of-the-art facility was designed by cannabis growers, for cannabis growers and engineered to meet Health Canada's rigorous quality and security standards. The production area is equipped with sophisticated environmental control technology, custom-built to regulate eight 2,200 sq. ft. flower rooms as well as vegetative, breeding, testing, and curing spaces.
Canary held a Ribbon Cutting and Open House to recognize the achievement of this significant milestone, on Wednesday April 24th, 2019. The Company invited staff and their families, shareholders, construction crews and other stakeholders to view the newly complete facility before it's closed to the public in anticipation of licensing from Health Canada.
"The Ribbon Cutting event was a truly meaningful occasion for Canary and an opportunity for us to acknowledge and give thanks to the many people, businesses and communities that contributed to this momentous achievement", said Randall McLeod, President and CEO of Canary Rx Inc.
Norfolk County Mayor, Kristal Chopp, was invited to speak at the Open House and cut the ceremonial ribbon. "Norfolk is 'Ontario's Garden', and I think we know a thing or two about planting the seeds of success. How exciting that now we're not just growing pumpkins and cherries, but cannabis as well", said Kristal Chopp, Norfolk County Mayor. "Here's to more budding businesses in Norfolk County".
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