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The shovels are in the ground at the St. John's construction site of Newfoundland and Labrador's first legal marijuana grow-op.

Canopy Growth entered into an agreement with the government in December to produce and supply cannabis throughout the province.

Part of the deal is to build a huge marijuana production facility that will produce 12-thousand kilograms of cannabis per year.

Canopy Growth vice-president Jeff Ryan says construction will begin next month and once the facility is built there will be 145 jobs at the site. (VOCM)

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Mounties in P-E-I are appealing to the public for help finding whoever is responsible for damaging a farm field northwest of Summerside.

Investigators say several tire tracks were found in the soft field, which was planted with alfalfa.

They say it appears that a vehicle was driven in several large circles, leaving ruts in the field.

The damage to the field is estimated to be between three-thousand and five-thousand dollars. (The Canadian Press)

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University of Guelph researchers have received funding from the Ontario government to help with projects including improving nutrition in dairy cattle.

The funding from the Ontario Centres of Excellence is earmarked for several innovative projects, including three that involve professors from the university's Department of Animal Biosciences.

Professor Christine Baes will receive 150-thousand dollars to help develop breeding strategies in dairy cattle. …

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