MYM Nutraceuticals Inc. (CSE:MYM) (OTC:MYMMF), is extremely pleased to announce that GGS Structures and CannaCanada Inc., subsidiary of MYM, are working together on the planning and design of the 1.5 Million sq. ft. Weedon Cannabis Greenhouse Production Project.
Veterans Farm Network: Supporting Our Veterans' Recovery, Rehabilitation and Reintegration Through Horticulture
GGS is proud to support the creation of the Veterans Farm Network, a therapeutic and vocational program that is being developed for veterans of the military. The program was designed by Forces & Families, a not-for-profit and volunteer-supported organization founded in 2007 that provides support to Canadian Armed Forces members, veterans, and their families.
Annual Forces & Families CAF Appreciation Day Thank You (The Globe and Mail Metro - Ontario Edition)
GGS is a proud sponsor of the Annual Forces & Families appreciation day event. GGS is proud to support our Canadian Forces. Previously we offered use of our facilities to the army reserve as a show of support for all the military’s ongoing efforts and commitment to Canada. Also supporting military veteran organizations through special discounts, charity drives, and other donations throughout the year.
The recently elected Liberal government has made few tangible moves to realize Justin Trudeau’s plans to legalize marijuana, but the mere prospect of legal pot has investors and business owners springing up like, well… weeds.
Leigh Coulter, the president of greenhouse company GGS Structures says the legal marijuana market started heating up the moment Trudeau’s Liberals won last October’s election.
This weekend in Negril the Beckley Foundation brought together leaders from the Jamaican government, the Rastafari community, and the business community to discuss the current progress and next steps for building a regulatory framework for a legal cannabis industry in Jamaica.
GGS Launches New Division to Assist Governments in Developing Standards for Cannabis Cultivation (420 Intel)
From their factory in Ontario Canada, GGS Structures President, Leigh Coulter has announced the formation of a new division to help governmental agencies develop standards for cannabis cultivation. “While Colorado has done a tremendous job of showing the world that a legal, regulated, cannabis industry is socially viable and economically beneficial, the recent surge of pesticide problems has brought to light a significant gap in their regulatory standards for plant cultivation.” stated Ms. Coulter “As more countries around the world move towards developing a legal, regulated, cannabis industry, there is a clear and present need for knowledgable assistance in understanding how to build quality control at every stage of plant growth.”
When speaking with Leigh Coulter and Chrissy Guthoerl of GGS Structures Inc., it's clear that the Southern Ontario company has its business strategy pointed in the right direction.
ONTARIO, Oct. 22, 2015 /Weed Wire/ — GGS Structures Inc. is pleased to confirm that Michael Camplin will be presenting at the Monarch America first educational seminar in conjunction with the Santee Sioux Tribe of Flandreau, South Dakota, October 26-28. Mr. Camplin will be presenting on advanced cultivation facility designs in greenhouses and indoor grow facilities.
Canada: with legalization on the horizon, pot entrepreneurs are keen to turn Canada into a marijuana leader (The Globe & Mail)
It’s not just the licensed producers that stand to gain from a change in medical marijuana policy.
Leigh Coulter, president and co-owner of GGS Structures, which builds greenhouses for marijuana operations and other agricultural products, anticipates major growth for her small business after last night’s election. “This is an extension and a chance to let the world know Canada will be a leader,” she said. “We will develop the technologies to ensure that this is a crop of great revenue potential.”
Politicians of all stripes worked hard to woo small-business owners during the long election campaign, with the NDP, Liberals, Conservatives and Greens all vowing to reduce the small-business tax rate. Today, as Canadians head to the polls, many business owners are thinking of these key issues that set the parties apart.