There’s a lot going on underneath the surface with Isracann Biosciences (IPOT.C). A year in review won’t be much, mostly because this company hasn’t been public for a year. Instead, it’s more like a quarter-in-review, as the company only rolled into Atlas Blockchain, going public on the CSE (and OTC exchange as ISCNF) in October of 2019, but what makes this (and them) noteworthy is what they’ve managed to build for themselves in such a short timespan.
Medipharm Labs (LABS.T) was given the regulatory nod from Health Canada today to begin producing in its recently expanded area of its specialized manufacturing facility in Barrie, Ontario.
Like the old Twilight Zone episode where helpful aliens leave behind a book called 'To Serve Man', only for us to find out later it's a cookbook, investors have been welcomed and fattened up nicely by alpha predators as they unwittingly await their slaughter, not realizing that, they're at the predator's table because they're the main course.
High Tide’s (HITI.C) brand tries to get its freak on with 20th century counterculture icon, but younger crowds left cold
Famous Brandz, one of High Tide’s (HITI.C) subsidiaries, signed into a royalty-based merchandising license with FFFB Media LLC to use The Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers trademarks, names, logos and artwork.
Amyris (AMRS.Q) develops and produces ingredients for the health and wellness, clean beauty and flavors and fragrances markets, but it’s actually a bit more complicated than that. What they do is actually convert plant sugars into hydrocarbon molecules and produce specialty ingredients and consumer products.
On December 23, 2019 Aurora Cannabis (ACB.T) share holders’ painful year (the stock is down 65%) got worse with the announcement that ACB Chief Corporate Officer (CCO), Cam Battley is leaving the company to explore other opportunities.
Videotron, a subsidiary of Quebecor (QBR.B), announced yesterday that it had reached an agreement to acquire Télédistribution Amos (Cable Amos) and its network.
So October 17th came and went and if you didn’t notice any new edibles (or beverages, etc) at your local dispensary, that’s by design. Back in June, we wrote a little story about cannabis edibles on the eve of Health Canada’s pontifications regarding the industry and how will be regulated. The first anniversary of legalization day inaugurated cannabis 2.0, in which cannabis companies could start sending their proposed formulations to regulator to given the official nod or denial. Accompanying this was a 60 day hold before companies could start putting products on shelves.