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Envirosafe Chemicals Canada Pre-Approved to Build Cannabis Facility and Awarded Industrial Hemp Licence In North Battleford, SK

September 17, 2019

Highly anticipated pre-approval to build cannabis facility and awarded highly coveted license advances Envirosafe’s diversification plan in cannabis industry to offer cannabis and high-grade CBD oil

North Battleford CannabisCo Announces Sale of Licensed Cannabis Retail Shop to Pave the Way For License to Grow and Produce

October 16, 2018

"We are pleased to select Fire & Flower as the cannabis retailer of choice to continue the historic progress we have made with our licensed cannabis retail shop," said James R. Davey, President & CEO of North Battleford CannabisCo as well as Curativa Cannabis, a division of Envirosafe Chemicals Canada. "We are confident to entrust Fire & Flower's conscious philosophy and eloquent sophistication to provide cannabis to consumers in the community of North Battleford.”

This divestiture will allow us the opportunity to focus on our diversification into cannabis growth and production as a licensed producer,” says James. “We have submitted our application to Health Canada and are in review of our license to produce and manufacture cannabis."

Envirosafe Chemicals Canada Passes SLGA Inspection Awarded Permit to Retail in North Battleford, SK

October 13, 2018

We are proud to announce that Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority (SLGA) of the Government of Saskatchewan confirmed on October 12th, 2018 that Envirosafe Chemicals Canada, within our new division Curativa Cannabis has passed inspection and been awarded a temporary permit to purchase cannabis inventory to retail in North Battleford, Saskatchewan, Canada in time for Canadian Legislation October 17th, 2018.

Curativa Cannabis to retail cannabis in NB

June 06, 2018

The indication from one of the successful applicants for a cannabis retail permit in North Battleford is they want to be ready to go as soon as possible.

That is the word from James Davey, president and CEO of Envirosafe Chemicals Canada Ltd., which was selected June 1 as one of North Battleford’s two cannabis retail permits by the Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority.

- John Cairns, Battlefords News-Optimist

Cannabis permit holder plans for expansion, more staff

June 05, 2018

Now that 51 operators for Saskatchewan’s cannabis retail stores are selected, the real work begins according to the president of one of the two successful applicants for the permits in North Battleford.


James Davey of Curativa Cannabis, a division of Envirosafe Chemicals Canada said his company was honoured to be part of the historical marijuana movement in Canada, especially with the amount of competition there was for the permits.


“When you think that there was a four per cent chance of being selected for one of the retail permits, it really is quite remarkable,” Davey told battlefordsNOW. “We are certainly proud to bring the cannabis retail business and opportunity to North Battleford.”

- Roger White, BattlefordsNOW

August 22, 2017

“North Battleford’s Industrial Park will soon be looking a whole lot greener now that a local company has plans to venture into the marijuana business."

Envirosafe Chemicals Canada wants to expand their current business to begin growing marijuana by next year. The plan is to sell to distributors for medicinal-use nationally and eventually internationally.

“It’s exciting we got the approval to go forward,” said Envirosafe president and CEO James Davey. “There is a great demand for medicinal marijuana,” he said. “They can’t produce it fast enough. There is a need for other producers – like what we are trying to do.”

- Angela Brown, BattlefordsNOW

August 22, 2017

“The firm received zoning approval to expand its operations to develop the marijuana production site, at city council’s meeting."

Mayor Ryan Bater said it's good news for the local economy. “I am always interested to see new enterprises in the city, new businesses... It’s good to see that happening in North Battleford.”

Mayor Bater said council voted unanimously in favour of the application.

- Angela Brown, BattlefordsNOW

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