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A Calgary-based company has announced it is in the final stages of establishing a production and laboratory facility in Barriere.

CALGARY – Green Sky Labs, a Canadian innovator in cannabinoid‐based pharmaceutical research, development and testing, has announced it is in the final stages of establishing a world-class production and laboratory facility in Barriere.

Barriere was selected after Mayor Bill Humphreys gave a presentation to Green Sky Labs at its July 2014 annual general meeting in Vancouver.

Humphreys described how his district has endured economic hardship in recent years, and gave a persuasive plea to the company to establish its main scientific operation in his community.

“Green Sky Labs stands alone in Canada’s cannabinoid-based pharmaceutical industry by being a clinical focused and research-based company comprised of internationally recognized scientists, researchers and business professionals,” says Sam Scherwitz, Green Sky Labs founder. “We’re very excited to have Mayor Humphreys’ support to establish a state-of-the-art production and laboratory testing facility in the District of Barriere.”

 

Green Sky Labs is delighted to participate in the economic revitalization of District of Barriere, and looks forward to working with local leaders such as Mayor Humphreys in establishing its facility.

 

 

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