Former Energizer Factory to be Turned Into a Licensed Cannabis Growing Facility

Article by Keith Dempsey, The Post

NewsLocal News Former Energizer factory to be turned into a licensed cannabis growing facility Author of the article: Keith Dempsey Walkerton’s former Energizer factory, which has remained vacant for more than three years, will soon be budding with business and local employment. That business is a licensed cannabis growing facility. In October of 2020, Brockton council approved the rezoning for the former Energizer plant, located at 165 Kincardine Highway, in Walkerton.

Walkerton’s former Energizer factory, which has remained vacant for more than three years, will soon be budding with business and local employment. That business is a licensed cannabis growing facility.

In October of 2020, Brockton council approved the rezoning for the former Energizer plant, located at 165 Kincardine Highway, in Walkerton.

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