After the Liberal party formed a majority government after the Canadian federal election, 2015, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that a federal-provincial-territorial process was being created to discuss a jointly suitable process for the legalization of cannabis possession for casual use. The plan was to remove cannabis consumption and incidental possession from the Criminal Code; however, new laws would be enacted for greater punishment of those convicted of supplying pot to minors and impairment while driving a motor vehicle. In November 2015, Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould said that she and the ministers of Health and Public Safety were working on specifics as to the legislation. During the annual Cannabis holiday in April 2016, Health Minister Jane Philpott announced the government’s plan to introduce new legislation to the House of Commons the following spring.
In June 2016, Health Canada announced the newly formed (Task Force on Marijuana Legalization and Regulation,) created to seek input on the design of a new system to legalize, strictly regulate and restrict access to marijuana. The chair person of the panel was former federal Liberal cabinet minister Anne McLellan. An open public consultation form was available for Canadians from July to August 2016.
On December 13, 2016 the TFMLR announced the Logistics of the grow-op.
The undisclosed location has been revealed to be somewhere within the Flin Flon, Manitoba, municipal boundary perimeter.
State of the Art hydroponics combined with nuclear powered heat lamp renewable energy sources will allow non-stop plant reproduction.
The Flin Flon facility will improve employee morale by providing the following: subsidized haircuts for employees who determine cannabis compatibility with top market rolling papers. A steam room that has animatronics alligator wrestling. Also provided will be 52 centimetre T.V.’s plugged into the bathroom wall.
This a big complex facility.
A view of the inside blast dry tunnel that can dry down 24 metric tons of cannabis in 2 hours.
Check out Colorado, from the Denver Post. http://www.denverpost.com/2016/12/12/colorado-marijuana-shops-billions-in-cannabis-pot/