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November 29, 2022

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CannTrust Holdings (TRST.T), the disgraced Canadian cannabis company with the ironic name, is back from regulatory exile today, and brought with it two of its new recreational brands, Liiv…
While Canadian investors digested their Thanksgiving turkey, CannTrust (TRST.T) announced that it has “destroyed approximately $12 million of biological assets and approximately $65 million worth of inventory that was…
Turns out running an illegal drug operation out of your legal, licensed drug operation isn’t such a good business model. Health Canada announced today what many had long assumed…
There’s an old damage control routine that goes, instead of admitting you have a problem, you focus on how you’ve fixed the problem you had, so the interested observer…
One of the big lessons both a public company CEO and a public company investor have to learn and remember always is, sometimes the market will take you out…
KPMG, CannTrust’s (TRST.T) independent auditor since 2018, has retracted its consolidated 2018 and Q1 2019 report on the company’s financial statements. The company has spent the last month reeling from…
Before being quietly yanked from media outlets, Aleafia (ALEF.T) reportedly tabled a news release announcing a $4 per share offer to take out troubled amateur crime gang CannTrust (TRST.T)…
We may never know whether it was the brazen hubris of doing a promotional video in front of an unlicensed grow room filled with illegal plants, or if it…
There’s a difference between incompetence and criminality. Incompetence is “What? That’s weed? I thought those were tomato seeds!” Criminality is “1) RG8 is not licenced but has plants in…
It’s ironic (in a bad way) that CannTrust (TRST.T) has the word “trust” embedded in its name – because that concept is now flushed down the toilet. If you’ve…