Atlantic Canada’s soil, climate, topography and work force represent important potential for growth in the cranberry sector. With a number of established farms already up and running, the region is primed for supplying the increasing global demand for cranberries. McInnes Cooper has provided legal support for this growth in New Brunswick, Newfoundland , Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. We have worked alongside leading environmental consulting, engineering and construction firms from both Canada and traditional cranberry-growing regions in the United States. Representative work includes:
McInnes Cooper understands that timing and flexibility are essential for meeting the small windows for construction and planting. We believe that our expertise will provide cranberry growers with important planning tools for the large, long-term investments that are an inherent part of this business.
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