SYDNEY — If a recent online poll of SaltWire Network readership is any indication, Holly won’t be the only popular plant over the holiday season in Nova Scotia.
A Nova Scotia cannabis grower has received a sales license from Health Canada and hopes to have its product available for purchase at NSLC stores in time for Christmas.
Frank MacMaster, president, and head grower at Highland Grow Inc. in Ohio, Antigonish County, checks his marijuana crop. (AARON BESWICK/ THE CHRONICLE HERALD)
The Back Home Medical Cannabis Corp in Barachoise Brook, NL is a subsidiary of Biome Grow, an Ontario-based cannabis producer that's now trading on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.
With less than a week before the legalization of cannabis in Canada, frustration is starting to set in for Nova Scotia companies that produce marijuana but are still seeking approval from Health Canada to sell it.
A 100,000 square foot marijuana growing facility is in the works for rural Antigonish County. That’s a 2.5-acre building.
Antigonish County’s newest cash crop was flowering on Friday. Two of Highland Grow Inc.’s three production rooms had maturing marijuana plants.
3 N.S. companies with Health Canada license. The company is the first of three in Nova Scotia to receive a cultivation license from Health Canada.