Less fish, extra four/20 if one native entrepreneur has his approach.
Cannabis could possibly be coming to the rescue of a Newfoundland fishing group that’s been with out an financial centre since Hurricane Igor laid waste to the world in 2010.
Port Union’s previous Ocean Choice International fish plant might quickly be used to plant marijuana.
The disused constructing is within the remaining levels of a sale to native businessman Daniel Porter, who’s planning to flip it right into a hashish rising facility for medicinal and leisure pot.
“This means the world to me,” Porter stated.
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