Medical marijuana operation opening

KIRKLAND LAKE - DelShen Therapeutics is developing a state of the art pharmaceutical grade medical marijuana operation in a repurposed government built forestry growing operation near Kirkland Lake.

The Wahgoshig First Nation (WFN) and DelShen Therapeutics will make the announcement Friday.

Several representatives will make remarks about the economic opportunity from Chief David Babin the Chief of Wahgoshig First Nation; Charlie Angus Member of Parliament for Timmins—James Bay; Tony Antoniazzi Mayor of Kirkland Lake; and DelShen Therapeutics executives and Board representatives.

The Wahgoshig First Nation is nestled in a village near Matheson Ontario. The reserve

encompasses 19,239 acres; the north end meets the south shore of Abitibi Lake, which divides

North Eastern Ontario from North Western Quebec. Accessible from Highway 101, the village

occupies 70 hectares of flat land adjacent to Blueberry

The company’s project is awaiting notification on the final step toward receiving its production license....

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