Bob Martin from Martin Farms and Gerry Harrison from GGS watch as Bob’s grandson Lark gets instructions on how to operate a C7 Assault Rifle from Warrant Officer Starkis during a break in the tactical training exercises performed last weekend at the GGS factory in Vineland Station, Ontario.
There will be boots on the ground in Vineland Station this Saturday.
A Canadian Army Reserve unit is conducting tactical training exercise at a local greenhouse company.
Sixteen Niagara College students are heading south on their reading week Saturday, but Florida is not their destination.
The students are travelling to the Dominican Republic in the hope of helping the local greenhouse industry.
NIAGARA FALLS, Canada, Feb. 23, 2015 /Weed Wire/ – During last Friday’s Niagara Entrepreneur of the Year awards, Leigh Coulter, President of GGS Structures, a leading provider of commercial marijuana facilities, walked away with the Niagara Entrepreneur of the Year Award in the category of International Trade.
Leigh Coulter got the call on a Friday afternoon.
The Japanese customer she had been working with for months wanted to meet with her in person — on Monday.
Coulter, owner of Growers Greenhouse Supplies (GGS) in Vineland, had been working with the Japanese firm on bid pricing for a project.