Zenabis Confirms Fire at Langley Warehouse; No Injuries or Impact on Cannabis Production or Construction Timelines

Published: March 15, 2019

Zenabis Confirms Fire at Langley Warehouse; No Injuries or Impact on Cannabis Production or Construction Timelines

Zenabis Global Inc. confirmed a minor fire incident on March 14, 2019 at its Bevo Agro facility in Langley, British Columbia. This incident will not affect its cannabis production or cannabis supply commitments. At approximately 3:00am, a fire started in a boiler, and extended to the adjacent warehouse. Firefighters were called immediately, and the fire was extinguished with no injuries to employees, community members or firefighters. Zenabis thanks the firefighters who responded on site and is working with local fire officials to monitor the situation and investigate the cause of this incident.

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