Pasha Brands is a private prohibition era brand house on a mission to become the leading purveyor of premium craft-style cannabis products in Canada’s legal cannabis sector.
According to its latest press release, Hiku (HIKU.C) is “focused on building a portfolio of iconic, engaging cannabis brands, unsurpassed retail experiences, and handcrafted cannabis production.”
Ok so at first glance selling weed in Jamaica seems like a play on par with selling ice in Nunavut or coal in Newcastle. Weed is a national symbol there – its woven into the cultural and national identity like hockey and maple syrup is in Canada. Today HIKU announced it was partnering with Kaya Inc., the first licensed producer and dispensary operator in Jamaica.
Winner Winner, Chicken Dinner – Hiku (HIKU.C), Canopy (WEED.T), National Access (NAC.C), FN consortium get Manitoba Retail weed licenses
Big day in the ‘Peg! Manitoba announced it’s four retail licensees for retail sales of cannabis. The winners are a mixed bunch, including a longtime client of ours, HIKU (HIKU.C) (nee DOJA). If you been listening to us we’ve said many times HIKU was a good train to hop on, and if you agreed, today’s news was likely music to your ears.
Client Quickies: Metalla (MTA.C) TSX promotion. Golden Leaf (GLH.C) placement,DOJA (HIKU) and Calyx (CYX.C) get new names.
Good afternoon! Today I’m being a good boy and highlighting some moves our clients are making. I like to be the cheerleader for good companies that see value in what we do. I also like to knock our clients down a peg if they screw up. My prose is for sale…. not my integrity. You can only lease that.
Called it: Invictus MD Strategies (IMH.V), Abcann (ABCN.V) and DOJA (DOJA.C) defy weed market gravity
Invictus MD Strategies (IMH.V) announced today that it has delivered 120kg of cannabis to Canopy Growth Corp (WEED.T), its first B2B delivery of flower, to be sold through that company’s CraftGrow line alongside PEI’s Island Garden.
On a normal day, the S&P/TSX composite index trades about 300 million shares. On December 27, 2017, in the traditional post-Christmas lull – with many brokers still stumbling home from Mexico – a mere 129 million shares exchanged hands. But Canadian weed is red-hot.