Job offer of the week
Registered medical cannabis consumers in Canada have been complaining about the poor quality of the product delivered by the current producer for the government, Prairie Plant Systems, which grows its schwag in an abandoned copper mine where the soil is loaded with toxic residue from the former mining operations. In response, Health Canada plans to invite interested companies and individuals to submit bids for a pot-growing contract. It will then try to choose the one offering top quality and value for taxpayers.
Considering the Canadian government pays Prairie Plant Systems, I believe, in the neighborhood of $5 million a year for their substandard weed, this sounds like a dream job for someone already skilled in cultivation.