Pot Offers New Hope for Rural Towns Hurt by Decline of the Fishery

Shuttered fish plants preparing for new crop. With legal cannabis a growing industry in the country, and edibles about to become available in the fall, lots of prospective businesspeople are trying to get a piece of the action. In rural Newfoundland, there’s a trend happening in the industry. Former fish plants that have been shuttered for lack of product turn out to be perfect for growing pot. – Read the entire article at CBC News.

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Author: Leigh Anne Power, CBC News