There’s a new cannabis production facility on the way to British Colombia.
Montreal’s Emerald Plants Health Source has complete the purchase of a 56-acre site in Merritt, BC. The company will now be seeking permits from the local government as they prepare to break ground.
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According to a press release, the space is located on industrial property, and is zoned for both cannabis and technology infrastructure.
EPHS’ vision is to build a “state-of-the-art cannabis cultivation facility and campus. Utilizing proven technology that can handle power and infrastructure automation.”
“I’ve had my eye on this perfect piece of land for several years and can proudly confirm that we now own it,” said EPHS president, Stevan Perry, in the release. “There are very few sites that have access to a wide range of low-cost power assets, on-site services and that are located in a town primed for new industry.”
“This is another great milestone for our company, and we commit to working with the City of Merritt and its community as our project unfolds.”
Along with its licensed Montreal cultivation facility, the Merritt site is a key driver to provide confidence to existing and future shareholders that EPHS is executing on their vision of having a national Canadian presence.
EPHS Holdings is a Montreal based wellness-focused company and licensed producer of “connoisseur-quality craft grown cannabis.”