Zenabis Receives License in Nova Scotia for Third Cannabis Facility

Published: March 5, 2019

Zenabis Receives License in Nova Scotia for Third Cannabis Facility

Zenabis Global Inc. announced that it has been approved to cultivate and grow cannabis at its 255,000 square foot facility in Stellarton, Nova Scotia. This represents the third Zenabis facility in Canada licensed to grow cannabis, adding design capacity of 18,500 kilograms of dried cannabis per year.

The Stellarton facility features a highly advanced production environment that supports both growing and finished product operations, as well as new product development. The facility also includes areas for commercial-scale oil extractions, pharmaceutical grade manufacturing, and both plant-based and analytical R&D. Located on a 12.5-acre land parcel, the Stellarton site allows for further expansion in the future.

“This is an important milestone for our company. Together with our progress in securing supply agreements with governments and private vendors, this milestone further positions Zenabis to be a significant provider of cannabis to Canadian consumers,” said Andrew Grieve, Chief Executive Officer of Zenabis. “Our Stellarton facility, just like our Atholville, New Brunswick facility, will be one of the largest indoor facilities for cannabis cultivation in the country. We are very excited to increase our growing capacity in Eastern Canada. We are also incredibly grateful to the community for their support, and we look forward to significantly increasing local employment. Together with our licensed facility in Delta, BC and the conversion to cannabis of our 48-acre greenhouse in Langley, BC, we are building a portfolio of cultivation, extraction, and processing assets across Canada to supply a diverse range of products to consumers.”

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