GTEC Holdings (GTEC.V) completed its transaction with Fire and Flower Holdings (FAF.T), selling them some of their Cannabis Cowboy (CCI) dispensaries in exchange for cash, so they can pay their debts.
Crop Infrastructure (CROP.C) has been “humbled” by major damage to its Nevada property caused by rampaging antelopes and weeds, the unprofitable kind.
In 2014, Andrea Dobbs walked into a Vancouver cannabis dispensary and tried to talk to a 21-year-old male “budtender” about treating her peri-menopausal symptoms. The conversation was not illuminating. She saw a business opportunity. A year later, Dobbs opened a retail cannabis store in Kitsilano, catering to people…like her.
GTEC Holdings (GTEC.V) signed an agreement to sell eight of their non-operational store locations to Fire and Flower Holdings (FAF.T) to finance their debenture debt today.
On August 19, 2019 GTEC Holdings (GTEC.C) announced that its 100% owned Tumbleweed Farms has been granted a “Standard Cultivation, Processing and Medical Sales Licences, pursuant to the Cannabis Act and Regulations by Health Canada.”
Double Feature: TGOD.T renews vows in Ancaster ’til 2022 while GTEC Holdings (GTEC.V) takes heat over debentures
First up, The Green Organic Dutchman (TGOD.T) has just renewed its Ancaster, Ontario, license until 2022, guaranteeing the company’s ability to grow, process and sell product from their facility.
As Canopy Growth Corp (WEED.T) retools in the wake of CEO Bruce Linton’s firing earlier this month, buzz on Cannabis Street was that there’d be assets flipped to help get the weedzilla back to its core business.
GTEC Holdings (GTEC.V) subsidiary Grey Bruce Farms finished its buildout and submitted its affirmation of readiness and video evidence package to Health Canada today.
GTEC Holdings Ltd. (GTEC.V), the company behind several craft cannabis brands, has completed a multi-million-dollar acquisition of a pot retailer that will serve as its flagship brick-and-mortar store in Western Canada.
GTEC Holdings (GTEC.V) seeks regulatory nod from Health Canada for Tumbleweed Farms to start growing
GTEC Holdings (GTEC.V) sent its video evidence package to Health Canada for its Tumbleweed Farms facility to complete the regulatory process and start growing cannabis.
GTEC Holdings (GTEC.V) subsidiary Alberta Craft Cannabis is now operating at full capacity and their product is in high demand.