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Latest Addition to Port Mersey Commercial Park - Aqualitas makes presentation to Region of Queens council about their plans for medical marijuana facility

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They are currently working on building modifications. They will be situated in the old Terminal II building. For those of you who are unfamiliar with the building, here is a picture:

Terminal II building

To find out more about the company, please visit their website at the following: Click here to visit Aqualitas website


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May 25, 2017 was a busy day for Covey Island Boatworks. They launched their first boat as you can see in photo below.


Covey Island Boatworks-boat launch 2017


       Also on same day (May 25, 2017), Lloyoll Built home hit the road to home, somewhere in Cape Breton.

                                Modular home leaving site May 25, 2017



 Tugboats bring the HMCS Protecteur to Port Mersey Commercial Park wharf for dismantling by RJ MacIsaac Construction Ltd. on April 22, 2016. See company's news release:  http://www.rjmacisaac.ca/news-release-protecteur-arrives-r-j-macisaac-construction-prepares-to-recycle-former-navy-vessel/

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 Lloyoll Built Open House article reported in Provincial newspaper: 


Lloyoll Built Open House as reported in local newspaper:



 Windmill parts arrive at Port Mersey Commercial Park 

Cargo ship carrying blades, hubs and housings for Nova Scotia's largest wind farm arrived at Port Mersey Commercial Park just outside Liverpool. They are going to be trucked to a site outside New Ross.

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The former Resolute Forest Products mill in Brooklyn, Queens County, now site of ReNova Scotia Bioenergy Inc., is being acquired by provincial Crown corporation Harbourside Commercial Park. 

Harbourside Commercial Park, a provincial Crown corporation, is acquiring the land and assets of ReNova Scotia BioEnergy Inc. on the former Bowater Mersey Paper Co. Ltd. site, with $3.8million in government funding.

Nova Scotia Lands, which manages Harbourside, is getting $2million in funding to operate the new Port Mersey Commercial Park on the former paper mill property in Brooklyn, Queens County.

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Cellufuel has the last of its investors in place, and renewable diesel will start flowing in the New Year.

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Liverpool’s new bio-innovation centre could help move the region’s forestry industry into 
its next iteration and enable IRB investments to spawn new R&D opportunities for regional 

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LightSail working on clean wind power storage

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celluFuel Brings New Energy to Brooklyn

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