Choom Holdings (CHOO.C) has been granted a development permit to open a retail cannabis store at 191 W. 2nd Avenue, in Vancouver, B.C.
The Canadian cannabis market has long-since reached saturation, and stock charts across the sector have been testament to the downturn since March of this year.
Dionymed Brands (DYME.C) up nearly 50% on news of recieving licenses in underserved state of California
Dionymed Brands (DYME.C) had a killer Tuesday, seeing a 47.6% bump in share price on news they received three provisional licenses in…California.
Zenabis (ZENA.T) has taken on an additional $25M loan in secured debt financing, bringing their senior secured debt load to $50M.
Update: Ontario ACGO holds lottery for second wave of cannabis retail store authorizations in Ontario
A second round of cannabis retail locations will be allocated by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) via lottery today.
Maple Leaf Green World (MGW.E) has just posted its latest financials for Q2 2019, showing a drastic decrease in cash assets and a looming equity deficit sure to concern investors.
Abattis Bioceuticals (ATT.C): A grift building over several years until regulators couldn’t ignore it anymore
Several years ago, when Equity.Guru boss Chris Parry was writing at Stockhouse, he was called out to a new client – a company called Abattis Bioceutical (ATT.C).
Equity.Guru podcast: Eureka 93 (ERKA.C) provides answers on dissolved partnership and 15:1 share rollback
Eureka 93 (ERKA.C) is trying to get back on track in the wake of a dissolved partnership with Canopy Growth (WEED.T), a 15:1 share rollback and an eight-month trading halt.
There is a dearth of cannabis-related clinical studies, and Khiron Life Sciences (KHRN.V) is putting in the work to change that.
Supreme (FIRE.T) oil/wellness subsidiary Blissco is determined to earn lots of green while going green
Supreme Cannabis (FIRE.T) subsidiary, Blissco, was a nice little craft grower when it hit the public markets last year, but what Supreme saw in them was more than a grow. They saw people, including CEO Damien Kettlewell, who had been for years advocating for smaller growers to be embraced by regulators and government, and an audience that has perhaps been untapped to this point.
Khiron Life Sciences (KHRN.C) is the only Colombian cannabis company generating revenue from legal production. We checked.
Equity.Guru podcast: Pasha Brands (CRFT.C) helps to make premium grey market bud legal again with new Health Canada program
The legal cannabis industry was built on the backs of master grey market growers and as the sector legitimized itself, but it left many of these growers out in the cold because of their colorful past with law enforcement.