FINALIZES QUEBEC MJ FACILITY DESIGN
Alliance Growers Corp. (ACG.C) has finalized the facility design for its Quebec access to cannabis for medical purposes regulations (ACMPR) application.
The final design makes efficient use of the available space for all aspects of the initial grow facility, while at the same time keeping costs in line and not sacrificing on quality. Permit applications are under way and all aspects of the application process will now be moving ahead in an expeditious manner.
Alliance will provide financing and other resources to build BiocannaTech's medical marijuana facility (in the town of Mount Royal) in preparation for the inspection from Health Canada. Once Health Canada is satisfied with a successful crop, Alliance Growers will be granted its distribution licence.
Becoming a licensed producer in Quebec allows Alliance to provide tissue culture plantlets to all licensed producers in Quebec. Having an ACMPR licence directly and owning strategic interests in ACMPR licensed producers are important parts of the Alliance business model.
Dennis Petke, president and chief executive officer, stated: "It is now full speed ahead at both our Western Canadian and Eastern Canadian operations. By wrapping up the designs for the BiocannaTech facility in Quebec, we can quickly move on to the next steps in our drive toward an ACMPR licence in Quebec.
About Alliance Growers Corp.
Alliance Growers is a diversified cannabis company driven by the company's four-pillar organization plan: cannabis botany centre, strategic ACMPR investments, CBD (cannabidiol) oil supply and distribution, and research and development.
Alliance Growers has finalized a new business partnership with WFS Pharmagreen Inc. to jointly develop and operate a 40,000-square-foot facility to be the first of its kind in Western Canada to house a DNA botany lab, extraction facility and tissue culture plantlet production facility to service the cannabis market and agriculture market in general.