news New Brunswick Organigram admits role in Moncton legionnaires’ disease outbreak Social Sharing Facebook Twitter Email Reddit LinkedIn Company and province had refused to confirm source of illness that affected 16 people Shane Magee · CBC News Organigram’s production plant in the Moncton industrial park shown with five cooling towers on the roof. (Shane Magee/CBC) Richard Melanson says it’s good the province is now saying Organigram was the source of a legionnaires’ disease outbreak in Moncton that caused him and 14 others to be hospitalized last summer. (Shane Magee/CBC) Legionella bacteria can be spread into the surrounding area in water droplets from cooling towers. (Pierre Fournier/CBC) Leaked email reveals cannabis company Organigram’s cooling towers had ‘elevated bacteria’ during legionnaires’ outbreak as victim of outbreak seeks truth about cause. 1:08

New Brunswick Organigram admits role in Moncton legionnaires' disease outbreak Social Sharing Facebook Twitter Email Reddit LinkedIn Company and province had refused to confirm source of illness that affected 16 people Shane Magee · CBC News Organigram's production plant in the Moncton industrial park shown with five cooling towers on the roof. (Shane Magee/CBC) Richard Melanson says it's good the province is now saying Organigram was the source of a legionnaires' disease outbreak in Moncton that caused him and 14 others to be hospitalized last summer. (Shane Magee/CBC) Legionella bacteria can be spread into the surrounding area in water droplets from cooling towers. (Pierre Fournier/CBC) Leaked email reveals cannabis company Organigram’s cooling towers had 'elevated bacteria' during legionnaires’ outbreak as victim of outbreak seeks truth about cause. 1:08

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