Seven Leaf becomes Licensed Producer of Medical Cannabis

Published: September 27, 2018

Seven Leaf becomes Licensed Producer of Medical Cannabis

Seven Leaf is already employing many local people in the construction trades. At operating capacity, Seven Leaf expects to hire 75 people. It will complete its next phase of hiring within 6 months. According to Mitchell, “Seven Leaf can offer steady employment for a range of work that makes it attractive for our high school and college graduates. We expect to have many jobs over the next year – from maintenance to growers to senior staff and everything in between.”

Seven Leaf is poised for rapid expansion over the next 18 to 24 months with plans to triple the size of its indoor production facility in Akwesasne, Ontario. It expects to be operating at full capacity by Fall 2019. This expansion builds more cultivation and processing space and increases production, helping Seven Leaf to establish itself quickly in the new cannabis market in Canada.

“The Seven Leaf team is deeply rooted in the Akwesasne community. We take tremendous pride in our First Nations Territory and believe in providing advancement and growth opportunities for a strong, prosperous future,” says Mitchell. “We are establishing quality jobs – where our college and university graduates have something to come home for, and to stay for.”