in Prince Rupert after purchasing the land and greenhouses of the old Azalea Gardens site.
will see a lot more construction in the area over the winter and he hopes to have the doors open to the public by spring. Further more we are going to be looking at food and other types if landscaping business because it has existing landscaping and lawn cutting. What we wanted to do is we are a society and we provide programs and services to the membership and there's never enough funds. We wanted to basically become self sufficient and start creating profit centres to plow the money back into our people."