This Burin Fish Plant Closed In 2012. Now A Cannabis Company Has Reopened The Joint

The facility went from processing seafood to growing cannabis.

Taylor Giovannini says when she was looking for a building to house a production facility for cannabis company Oceanic Releaf, the former High Liner Foods fish plant in Burin was an natural choice.

When the seafood processing plant closed in 2012, more than 120 people lost their jobs and the area was “devastated,” said Giovannini, who is originally from St. Lawrence but had been attending Memorial University in St. John’s.

“It made a lot of sense to go back home, to give back to the Burin Peninsula and to revitalize that area,” she said in an interview on CBC Radio’s The Broadcast.

– Read the entire article at CBC News.

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