Nanaimo, B.C.’s mayor has expressed concern over the potential impact on employees in the wake of Tilray’s decision to pull up stakes in the city, a move that could leave a reported 170 employees looking for work.
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“While it is my understanding that Tilray plans to close its facility in phases, by the Spring of 2022, we are mindful that employees and others will be seriously impacted by the closures,” Mayor Leonard Krog says in a short statement, citing his disappointment with the company’s decision.
It was a decidedly different tone than in December of 2014, when city council announced a rezoning decision to
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