Job seekers from in and around Calgary lined up to hand in their resumes Tuesday for an opportunity to work in the cannabis industry, as new retail company 420 Premium Market held a job fair at the BMO Centre at Stampede Park.

Jeff Mooij, president of 420 Premium Market, says his company is looking for approximately 420 new employees to be trained and ready when they open their doors Oct. 17, when recreational marijuana becomes legal in Canada.

“This is the first time that we get to see the new people who are going to join our culture, so it’s super exciting,” says Mooij.

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Dean Pilling and Anna Junker ~ CalgaryHerald.com

 

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