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CAN (QC): MYM receives permit approval to begin construction in Laval

MYM Nutraceuticals announces that the City of Laval, QC has approved the building permits to begin construction on the Laval project.

MYM has commenced phase one construction of the Laval production facility which is capable of producing 1000kg of medical cannabis annually. The estimated date of completion for phase one construction will be Q4 of 2017. MYM has engaged ICORE Construction to oversee and execute the construction.

“With the approved permits, architectural drawings and security plans already in place, MYM has commenced construction of the Laval QC project”, said Rob Gietl, CEO of MYM. “We are building within our existing warehouse building which accelerates our construction timeline to approximately 90 days.”.

Phase two of the Laval project will consist of building an additional 16,000 square foot facility for the growing and manufacturing of medical cannabis products which is capable of producing 1800kg of medical cannabis annually. Phase two application permits will be ready for submission within 60 days with a construction completion date of 3rd quarter 2018.

The company also wants to clarify some language that may have led to the conclusion that construction on MYM’s Laval production facility had not yet started. Phase One of the construction began earlier this summer with site preparation and the installation of security cameras and other non-structural items, but MYM was awaiting the granting of building permits to complete the majority of the build-out. The City of Laval has now issued those permits and MYM can complete Phase One. Together with Health Canada’s recent change in regulations that increased the authorized capacity of the facility’s vault by three times, the facility will be capable of producing 1000 kilograms of medical cannabis annually.

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