A Chatham company will be moving ahead with cultivation after obtaining a cannabis production licence. AgMedica Bioscience Inc. received approval from Health Canada under the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulation. According to a media release, the company is planning to start cultivation in the first phase of its indoor Riverview Cultivation Facility with a current annual production capacity of 6,000 kilograms. “This is another major accomplishment in the growth of AgMedica.
Out-of-town family members and friends visiting patients at the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance will have a place to stay during the holidays. The Chatham Comfort Inn, located at 1100 Richmond St., announced it will offer its "Room at the Inn" program. It will provide free accommodations to those from outside of the immediate municipality. Reservations must be made directly with CKHA admitting department personnel at 519-352-6400. The program will be offered from Dec. 24 up to and including Dec. 26.
Chatham-Kent's medical officer of health is remaining neutral on a provincially operated cannabis store slated to open next year. However, Dr. David Colby admits he's intrigued with how it might play out in the communities that were announced as part of the first phase. “It will be very interesting to see how society reacts to this,” he told The Daily News on Thursday. It was recently announced that Chatham-Kent will have a retail cannabis store by July of next year.
With heavy snowfall expected, the municipality is asking motorists to minimize parking on the streets, in order to assist plows and emergency vehicles. There is not a parking ban at this time, but one might be declared if the snowfall is heavier than expected. #ckont
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