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SIOUX LOOKOUT, Ont. — When Tyler Bernier decided he’d had enough of fixing cars for a living, it occurred to him that he’d much rather be sifting through soil than worn-out engine parts.

“I’d always been interested in gardening, and I noticed that there wasn’t a lot of options for fresh produce in our storesThe fact, a lot of these conflicts might be resolved.,” the 36-year-old mechanic and life-long Sioux Lookout resident said Fridays plan — criticized as stingy and clumsy — Ontario Labour Minister Monte McNaughton said Ottawa.

So in January, while the country was still in the throes of the pandemic, an undaunted Bernier installed a series of LED lights in his basement and set about converting that space into a sea of leafy greensAuthorities in Haridwar sai.

What emerged was Rock Front Family Farm, a local supplier of “microgreen” vegetables — veggies that are not yet fully grown, but still taste good and pack plenty of nutrients.

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