Georgian Bay Biomed has partnered with the Centre for Applied Research and Innovation at Georgian College to provide students with the opportunity to have real impact in maximizing efficiencies in our facility, while earning valuable experience and course credits. With a hands-on approach to research design, implementation, and reporting, students are able to further develop critical skills that are highly sought-after in a variety of industries and become a crucial component in our talent pipeline.
Georgian Bay Biomed has also partnered with the Workforce Development Centre at Georgian College to create and deliver custom training solutions to our team in order to ensure employee readiness, safety, and compliance.
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Collingwood – June 7, 2016 – On Wednesday, June 1, Georgian Bay Biomed presented a cheque for $5,000 to the Collingwood G&M Hospital Foundation to assist with the purchase of trauma carts as part of the Emergency Department renovations at the Collingwood G&M Hospital. The renovations are expected to begin this fall.
Photo: Georgian Bay Biomed CEO, Tim Boosamara and VP of Sales, Dave Thomson presented a cheque for $5000 to Jory Pritchard-Kerr, Executive Director of the Collingwood G&M Hospital Foundation.
Province Brands of Canada Announces Contract Production
Agreement with Georgian Bay Biomed: The Evolution of Cannabis
TORONTO, Nov. 27, 2018 /CNW
Province Brands of Canada the Canadian company developing the world's first beers brewed from the cannabis plant — today announced a co-packing agreement with Georgian Bay Biomed, a Toronto-based company with a 120,000+ square foot cannabis production facility under construction in Collingwood, Ontario.
Georgian Bay Biomed is focused on growing a safer, higher yielding, consistent product by using patented innovative technology and automation.
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COLLINGWOOD, Nov. 26, 2018 /Collingwood Connection
What’s the future of cannabis?
With cannabis being legalized across the country on Oct. 17, the cannabis production industry appears to be primed for growth.
A Collingwood company believes it is the evolution of cannabis. Georgian Bay Biomed has started construction on a 120,000-square-foot facility on the south side of Mountain Road in Collingwood near the Tenth Line.