St. Catharines Opts Out of Proposed Bylaw to Freeze Cannabis Cultivation Facilities

Article by Emma Spears, Growth Op

NEWS St. Catharines opts out of proposed bylaw to freeze cannabis cultivation facilities Locals have expressed concern with regards to the potential light pollution and strong smells By Emma Spears Locals have expressed concern with regards to the potential light pollution and strong smells that sometimes emanate from cannabis cultivation facilities located in or near the city. Getty Images

City council in St Catharines, ON, has opted out of a proposed measure to temporarily freeze cannabis production facilities in the region.

Council members listened to testimony from business owners such as CroCan Enterprise owner Gerry Crnic, who said his proposed cultivation facility has plans to control emissions of light and odour as well as stringent security measures in place.

“Industry standards are if you use a charcoal filter there’s no odour,” Crnic told council earlier this week. “I’m sure there are people who cut corners, but there’s definitely technology out there to be able to deal with this.”

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