Retrofitted sea cans to house Regina’s first micro cannabis cultivatorPosted by On

A Saskatchewan company is preparing to grow marijuana in sea cans at an undisclosed location.

Rick Turchet, president and CEO of VIGR Life Cannabis Inc. (VIGR), said they were recently issued two micro cultivation licences by Health Canada and have started setting up in a building in Regina.

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“It’s in a … commercial/industrial area. We don’t give the address out because I mean, security’s a big deal of this industry, obviously,” he said.

“We just don’t want to draw attention to ourselves. All we’re doing is growing … we don’t need consumers or anybody coming by. We are secure, but still.”

Turchet said VIGR will be the first micro cannabis cultivator in Regina.

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“There is others (in Saskatchewan) that are in the (rural municipalities) from what I understand and in a few cities…

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