To The Editor,

  • In response to reading the article by James Morgan re: the Lachute cannibis plant to close down it brought to mind how much of a financial impact that process could have on such a small community.
  • My two cents worth is if an operation as such can survive with our Canadian climate then why not have investors put to good use an already to go operation of growing and producing hydroponic vegetables etc to supply the food retailers with safe and very environmentally friendly products. It’s the rage of like minded industry in Southern Ontario and could very well be successful in Eastern Canada? Just think……
  • Regards

Doug Buchanan, Hawkesbury Ontario