After Linton: What’s next for Canopy Growth and Smiths Falls?

Not quite 40 days after Bruce Linton was unexpectedly dismissed as CEO of Canopy Growth Corp., uncertainty over the company’s next moves is …

Not quite 40 days after Bruce Linton was unexpectedly dismissed as CEO of Canopy Growth Corp., uncertainty over the company’s next moves is undiminished. The big question is whether the firm’s most important investor — wine, beer and spirits giant Constellation Brands — will insist on a slowdown in hiring and capital investments.

Canopy Growth this Wednesday is scheduled to publish its financial results for the three-month period that ended June 30. While the period in question covers Linton’s final stretch in charge of the firm’s operations, the real focus will be on insight provided by interim CEO Mark Zekulin about future quarters.

From Canopy Growth’s inception six years ago in a former chocolate factory in Smiths Falls, Linton and Zekulin transformed a tiny startup into a sprawling multinational that sports a market value of $15 billion plus. The duo orchestrated a massive investment in facilities, hiring and acquisitions, including $250 million plus in the Smiths Falls headquarters.

On a Saturday morning, the results were clear. Construction crews were putting the finishing touches on a new bottling facility (for cannabis-infused drinks), a global distribution plant and expansions to the main administrative and adjoining buildings. An advanced manufacturing plant was in operation.

This suggests the initial, frenetic phase of expansion is finally winding up.

Builders are putting the final touches on a new bottling facility at Canopy Growth’s headquarters in Smiths Falls.James Bagnall / Postmedia

Even so, with Linton’s exit and Zekulin’s temporary status as replacement CEO, there is in Smiths Falls a sense of foreboding — tiny for the moment, but it’s there.

You can see it in the town’s cautious approach to development. Although Canopy Growth now employs more than 1,000 in Smiths Falls, compared to 3,200 worldwide as of March 31, the hiring boost has not produced what you might call an economic boom, even in areas closest to the company’s main campus. There’s a new Boston Pizza at the Settlers Ridge mall, but not much else. Most of the mall, a casualty of the 2009 recession, remains empty. A plot of land across from the mall is being prepped for housing, but no buildings are going up yet.

Entrepreneurs such as Andrew Cinnamon, head of Park View Homes, have launched new housing developments in the west end of town, but the take-up has been measured. Cinnamon began marketing the first of a proposed five phases of townhomes and single-family residences early this year and has sold 15 to date at prices beginning at $289,900. Not bad for a relatively small town of 9,000. The marketing produced some surprises. A number of inquiries came from Toronto and Ottawa investors, not local residents. These prospective buyers had one eye on the relative shortage of rental properties in the Smiths Falls area and were planning to rent out.

Indeed demand for rental accommodation throughout the town is also fueled by the fact many of Canopy Growth’s newer employees are young, so they haven’t saved much yet for down payments. Nor are wage rates or salaries in the cannabis industry especially strong.

Bruce Linton poses for a photo in the new retail section of the Canopy Growth facility in Smiths Falls in October 2018.Darren Brown / Postmedia

More generally, local real estate professionals wonder whether Linton’s exit will weaken the Smiths Falls housing market somewhat. Linton, after all, had been a great champion of the area. Now that effective control of Canopy Growth has passed to Victor, N.Y.-based Constellation Brands, will the Smiths Falls operation remain secure?

Ordinarily you could dismiss such negative thoughts. A tour of the Smiths Falls plant reveals a gleaming, state-of-the-art cannabis production line. The company has also invested tens of millions of dollars in software and supply chain management technology. It’s very difficult to imagine Constellation Brands would one day write off this massive investment and move it elsewhere.

And yet Smiths Falls remains very much scarred by its experience with Hershey, the U.S.-based chocolate maker that served for decades as the town’s key employer until one day, nearly a decade ago, it simply left.

Competitive global enterprises must constantly refresh their technology to stay relevant.

Constellation Brands invested $5.1 billion to acquire 37 per cent of Canopy Growth’s equity. It has an option to invest an equivalent amount more. If exercised, that move would give Constellation Brands nearly half of Canopy Growth’s ownership. Even for a corporation the size of Constellation Brands, that’s significant money. If its leaders believe for a moment the Smiths Falls operation represents a long-term risk, perhaps because it can’t attract the right kinds of skills in the right quantity, there’s little doubt it would move to head off the danger. The U.S. firm could do so by investing in facilities elsewhere or by trying to shore up the Smiths Falls investment.

Either way, it’s almost certainly too early to contemplate such gloomy options, though that won’t stop some Smiths Falls residents from dwelling on their unfortunate history with U.S. multinationals. Perhaps the company will ease their fears this Wednesday.

Signs of the times in Smiths Falls, which is facing a housing shortage thanks to hiring at Canopy Growth Corp.James Bagnall / Postmedia

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    Heartbreak was on the cards too as Frankie & Benny’s and Hancocks American kitchen pulled out citing a national struggle to pull in the punters.

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    Two more are ‘under offer’.

    Of these, two more are likely to be food and beverage units. These are those between Burger King and the long-awaited Kaspa’s and the standalone unit complete with outdoor terrace previously set to be a Follies pizzeria.

    It is anybody’s guess what type of business might open in the three units next to Greggs, but they could be fast food outlets or retail spaces.

    Meanwhile, just one of the large units, between Next and Shoezone is up for grabs.

    But what do the people of Dover want to open in these currently vacant spaces?

    Lets us know using the form or comments section below. You never know, you might just catch the eye of the big brand you are trying to attract.

    Time Line

    Relive the ups and downs of Dover’s St James Development


    1. 1969

      Designs for “Dover’s most hated building”, Burlington House, were revealed in the late 60s.

      The 12-storey glass-plated Townwall Street tower block was built on a rough car park made derelict by German and Italian bombers during the Second World War.

      And the local authority, then Dover Borough Council, jumped at the chance of redeveloping the war-ravaged area.

      There followed a series of schemes by different out-of-town developers, ranging from a 20-storey tower of flats with shops beneath to a 144-room hotel with a restaurant on top.


    2. 1993

      A major retail study in Dover concludes the town centre needs “new large food stores”.

      According to the study, over 75 per cent of shopping trips in the town involved both food and non-food purchases. But shoppers wanted a new large food store in the town centre, a street market and an extension to pedestrianisation.

      The study also concluded shoppers did not spend very long in the town centre, suggesting that many trips were of a secondary nature.


    3. 1997

      A masterplan for the Dover Town Investment Zone (DTIZ) identified the St James area as a good place for major retail development


    4. July 2002

      Three compliant bids were received from developers.

      But Bond City was selected following presentations to the Appendix 2 Council, as they were deemed to offer the most attractive design and financial proposals.


    5. July 2003

      Plans for Dover’s huge new Asda were revealed as part of the £50 million project.

      The plans also included shops, restaurants, a cinema, 53 affordable homes and a 600 space car park.

      Original proposals planned to see eyesore Burlington House torn down in 2008 with Asda ready to open by 2009.


    6. 2004

      The council approved changes to the scheme – replacing the cinema with a hotel plus contribution towards local leisure provision.

      This was due to poor demand from cinema operators rendering the overall project unviable.

      Travelodge were selected as a preferred hotel operator and the council agreed detailed heads of terms with Asda and Bond City, instructing solicitors to draft legal documentation.

      Later in the year St James proposals featured in public consultation as a priority project for the regeneration of the town centre.


    7. September 2005

      A full planning application for the St James redevelopment was submitted.

      This comprised of an application for seven retail units (including an Asda superstore) 53 flats, hotel with restaurant and bars.


    8. July 2006

      A revised planning application was submitted following complaints by statutory consultees.

      It is hoped the redevelopment, which had funds from Seeda, DDC and Kent County Council, will create more than 500 jobs.


    9. October 2008

      Demolition experts began work on the former Stagecoach depot in Russell Street.

      The work was the first major demolition to take place in the redevelopment which at this point, had been on the table for more than a decade.

      Stagecoach moved operations to the Port Zone in Whitfield in March 2008.


    10. August 2009

      Another revised application is given the green light, this time with Asda as the anchor tenant.


    11. March 2010

      Asda pulls out, citing disagreements over designs and the operation of the car park.


    12. November 2011

      Bond City submits another planning application for the scheme.

      The application was put in for the demolition of existing buildings to provide new retail floorspace, bar and restaurant floorspace, eight residential units with associated car parking, highway works and landscaping at the site between Townwall Street, Castle Street, Russell Street, and Woolcomber Street.


    13. September 2013

      Cineworld signs a deal to provide a six-screen cinema.


    14. November 2013

      Marks & Spencer is on board as the new anchor food retailer.

      Although confirms the opening of the new St James Food Hall will signal the closure of the M&S on Dover high street.


    15. March 2014

      After six months of relative silence, thousands of residents sign petition calling on the council to “come clean” about scheme’s progress.

      Dover District Council DDC then reveals a construction start of spring 2015, predicting completion to be in summer 2016.


    16. April 2014

      Food chain Frankie & Benny’s join the scheme.

      The news came as little surprise to locals, who predicted the Italian/American eatery would join the scheme after Cineworld signed up.

      Their logic was that the two seem to go hand in hand at retail parks and they weren’t far wrong…


    17. January 2015

      Major fashion retailer Next announced it had signed up to the St James scheme.

      This was particularly exciting news for locals sick of sticking to the tiny New Look in town to purchase clothes.


    18. February 2015

      After re-opening discussions on letting the hotel unit of the site the previous year, Travelodge confirmed they will build a 108-bed hotel on the corner of Townwall Street and Woolcomber Street.


    19. March 2015

      Dover District Council’s compulsory purchase order (CPO) for Burlington House and the County Hotel is approved by Eric Pickles.

      Restaurant chain Bella Italia announces it is coming to St James.


    20. Summer 2015

      Contractors DDS Demolition are commissioned to demolish Burlington House.

      Before demolition takes place, Canterbury Archaeological Trust, carrying out excavation of St James site, find human bones.


    21. September 2015

      In perhaps the biggest ever news to grace the front page of Kent Live’s sister paper the Dover Express, chicken restaurant Nando’s announce they will be coming to St James.


    22. February 2016

      Dover’s most-hated building, Burlington House, is finally demolished.

      And construction of the St James project finally begins in earnest.


    23. May 2016

      Legal & General Property (LGP) commits £53.25million to acquire and fund the St James development.


    24. August 2016

      Card Factory, Carphone Warehouse and Greggs all confirmed they would be joining the scheme, much to the confusion of Dovorians who were already used to these brands on the high street.

      So far the confirmed brands for the development are:

      Cineworld

      Travelodge

      M&S

      Frankie & Benny’s

      Nando’s

      Bella Italia

      Next

      Trespass

      Poundland

      Shoezone

      Costa

      Card Factory

      Carphone Warehouse

      Greggs

      Meanwhile, Dovorians told Kent Live who they really wanted to see open at the development.


    25. October 2016

      Construction firm Kier walked away from the project after a disagreement with developers Bond City.


    26. April 2017

      A new contractor was finally announced for St James.

      Legal & General revealed that Kent-based construction specialist, RG Group will be the main build partner for the St James retail and leisure regeneration development in the town.

      Despite DDC, L&G and Bond City saying they were “finalising terms” with a new contractor in December 2016 none were announced until six moths after Kier initially walked away.


    27. July 2017

      New images and video captured by Alec Esposito of Apex Drone Photography on August 1 show the development finally starting to take shape.

      The drone footage shows the development from previously unseen angles and sees structures that will soon become Dover’s six-screen Cineworld multiplex, 108-bed Travelodge hotel and M&S Food Hall begin to resemble the artist imagery.

      And Dover and Deal MP Charlie Elphicke hailed the “incredible progress” at the site after a tour with senior construction manager Greg Adams and site manager Anthony Bee in July.

      Mr Elphicke was joined by Dover District Council’s head of inward investment Tim Ingleton as they were shown inside the soon to be cinema, hotel and supermarket.

      He said: “Incredible progress has been made here at the St James development over the past few months. It really is impressive to see such a huge project being delivered on time and on budget.

      “This whole area used to be blighted by Burlington House. The transformation is simply stunning. These really are exciting times for Dover.”


    28. August 2017

      Superdrug, Pep & Co and Anytime Fitness all confirmed they will open at the development.

      Meanwhile, a new image released showed another restaurant chain could occupy one of the empty units at the site.

      The new imagery published on the St James‘ website showed an artist’s impression of the 4,000 sq/ft two story unit in block D.

      Although the building was not yet “under offer”, the image seemed to hint that letting agents are touting the unit as a restaurant and bar space, set out over two floors.

      The design includes a terraced outside seating area on the first floor as well as a ground level alfresco dining space.

      Fictional brand, “Crespo Lounge Bar and Restaurant” is featured in the artist’s impression, but the red design used could hint at a number of real world brands, including Cafe Rouge, TGI Fridays and Pizza Hut.


    29. September 2017

      Eight brands planning to open at the St James Development spoke out regarding the future of their high street shops.

      As hope for the development rose, concerns for the town’s high street began to soar in tandem, with many believing it would transform into a “ghost town” if retailers upped sticks and shifted toward the Dover town investment zone (DTIZ).

      Kent Live spoke with retailers already in the town who planned to open in the St James Development, asking them what their future plans were for the existing stores.

      Of the eight brands contacted, three said there were “no plans” to close existing outlets,three declined to comment, one said it was “too soon” to confirm, and another said it was definitely leaving the high street.

      You can see who said what here.


    30. November 2017

      Kent Live was treated to an exclusive video tour around the site and put to developers all the frequently asked questions about St James.

      While some brands are edging ever closer to completion, like Travelodge, who had started to fit out several rooms in its 108-bed hotel and Nando’s who had begun to install the necessary equipment for its kitchen.

      Others like Next and M&S were on the cusp of being fitted out by their brands’ teams, huge white boxes – giving a real sense of the enormity of the units.

      As well as the tour, Kent Live had the opportunity to meet with those up top at LGIM, as well as DDC, to discover some of the finer details surrounding the development, its future plans and how they envision it will co-exist with the high street.

      Here’s what we found.


    31. December 2017

      Cineworld revealed it will be opening its 909-seat theatre at St James on Friday, February 2, 2018.


    32. January 2018

      Top Italian-American chain Frankie & Benny’s pulled out of the St James development in Dover, Kent Live exclusively revealed.

      The restaurant gave notice to developers Bond City and Dover District Council late in 2017, following a “challenging trading period”.

      Cineworld announces the opening date for its multiplex, initially pegged for February 2, is pushed back to “mid February”.


    33. February 2018

      Kent Live revealed the opening is delayed until March.

      Complications connecting the town centre site to the main electricity network was understood to be the reason behind the hold up.

      And it was thought that many of the brands were holding back to open all at once.


    34. March 2018

      Cineworld is the first place to open its doors, on March 9.

      Poundland follows suit on March 10 and Nando’s officially opened to diners the following week, on March 15.

      The Food Warehouse by Iceland reveals an opening date of March 20, while Costa opens on March 29.

      Meanwhile B&M Bargains released imagery showing what it will look like when it opens in the former Marks & Spencer building in Dover town centre.


    35. April 2018

      Greggs opened its doors at the St James Shopping Centre.

      Meanwhile posh supermarket M&S revealed it would open for the first time on Wednesday, May 16 at 10am.


    36. May 2018

      Anytime Fitness opens its 24 hour gym above Costa Coffee.

      After months of build up, M&S Foodhall finally opened its doors to customers for the first time on May 16.

      Excited customers congregated outside the new supermarket around an hour before its official opening, their spirits not dampened by high winds.

      Meanwhile, an independent trader announced it would be the first of its kind to open at St James.

      Owners of Follies pizzeria, formerly on King Street, said it will move to a plush new unit at the retail park.


    37. June 2018

      High street chain Next announced it would open its new store in July, while revealing it was to shut the doors to its Folkestone branch ten miles away.

      Meanwhile Bella Italia continued to have no idea whether or not it was going to open at the Dover retail park.

      And at the end of June development owners Legal & General said footfall rose sharply across Dover town centre as a whole in the three months since the opening of St James.

      According to Springboard Footfall figures, compiled for the council, the amount of people visiting the town centre, excluding St James, rose by almost 60 per cent.

      The number obtained from an electronic counter in Biggin Street, contrasted the end of January, prior to St James opening, with weekly average data since mid-April.

      This included a week when footfall surged by 77 per cent compared to the start of 2018.

      But the surprising findings were not welcomed by business owners.


    38. July 2018

      Two big name high street brands revealed their intentions to open at the St James Shopping Centre.

      Fast food giant Burger King and toy specialists The Entertainer both submitted planning applications to Dover District Council in July.

      Next opens to customers.


    39. August 2018

      Just months after Dover’s second Greggs opened its doors to hungry punters it was forced to close.

      The big brand bakery flung open the doors to its branch at the St James development on April 10.

      It joined Costa, Poundland, Cineworld, The Food Warehouse and Nando’s among the first brands open at the site.

      But the dream was short lived, as the chain shut its doors on August 15 for what it called ‘essential maintenance’.


    40. September 2018

      The Entertainer played host to a grand opening event on Saturday, September 15 at the new retail park.

      LEGO’s Batman and Robin characters even made special appearances throughout the day.


    41. October 2018

      Burger King opened for the first time on October 30 and despite torrential rain many locals were there to enjoy a fast food fix.

      Cllr Sue Jones, the Mayor of Dover , also turned out for the unveiling and enjoyed a breakfast burger alongside residents.

      As the day went on many took to social media to announce their excitement at the new burger chain finally opening in the town.

      Others though were less positive and moaned of long queues, items taken off the menu and even accused the restaurant of running out of, well… burgers.


    42. November 2018

      One of the more controversial talking points surrounding the opening of the new retail complex was the fact it was to charge shoppers to park at its new 445 space car park.

      However in November St James Shopping Centre finally announced when it will bring parking charges into force in its car park.


    43. December 2018

      Long awaited parking charges came into force on December 3.

      Greggs also finally re-opened after a four month closure.

      Meanwhile two more announcements got Dovorians excited.

      Planning documents revealed the empty unit next to Cineworld could soon be home to Hancock’s American Kitchen and Bar.

      And Kaspa’s finally revealed it would open at St James.

      After months and months of speculation the chain’s branding appeared on the official St James website, looking set to open in a unit underneath the Travelodge hotel.

      It came after a number of developments at the new £53million retail park, including local pizzeria chain Follies pulling out of their unit.

      The newly updated store map also puts Italian eatery Bella Italia back in the mix, after a long period of uncertainty regarding whether it would open (although we’re still not so sure).

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