Article by James Risdon, The Chronicle Herald
Halifax-based AtlantiCann Medical is already recruiting for a quality assurance manager for a medical marijuana operation in Shelburne even though it does not yet have a plant in operation there.
The job advertised on indeed.ca for AtlantiCann Medical comes with a $75,000 annual salary. The person hired would be responsible for the development, implementation and on-going monitoring of quality assurance and quality control systems in compliance with the Marijuana for Medical Purposes Regulations, according to the job ad.
Christine Halef, a pharmacist and president of AtlantiCann Medical, wouldn’t divulge the status of the company’s application for a license to grow medical marijuana when contacted Monday.
AtlantiCann Medical is eyeing the former boys’ reform school property in Sandy Point as a possible location for its medicinal grow operation.
Earlier this year, major developer and landlord Banc Group, headed by Basim Halef, bid on the property which was up for sale for back taxes.