Delta 9 Cannabis (DN.T) is a true farm to front-counter Canadian LP which, despite suffering from sidelong market trends, is making real headway towards profitability.
That cannabis sativa contains high concentrations of therapeutic compounds is news to no one. However, new research from Yield Growth (BOSS.C) confirms that those high concentrations extend to the hemp root itself.
Yield Growth (BOSS.C) has found 130 retail locations across the United States and Canada to carry the company’s Urban Juve skin care products.
This week, MedMen (MMEN.C) attempted to shine a light on a wall to distract folks from their ongoing lawsuits and revelations of free spending, bonus-enriched execs, by revealing a flashy new commercial/short film, directed by award winning movie auteur Spike Jonze, about the history of cannabis.
In early 2018, Aurora Cannabis (ACB.T) made one of their most interesting asset acquisitions to date, when it bought into the Liquor Stores N.A. chain, snaring 19.9% for $103.5 million.
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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.
Quebec Update: Couche-Tard (ATD.B) wants to sell weed real bad, but may get caught with it’s shorts down.
A few weeks back I wrote about Couche-Tard, (ATD.B) Owner of such brands as Mac’s, their logo is the red owl thingie. They were pretty miffed about the government’s potential plans to monopolize the weed trade.
Quebec Update: Depanneur Association joins Couche-Tard (ATD.T) in being shocked, SHOCKED at possibility of not selling weed.
The first thing to know is in Quebec, convenience stores are called ‘Depanneurs’. The name literally translates to ‘repair-person’. Ah, the two solitudes… In any case, the lobbying for the future of legal weed distribution in Quebec continues to heat up.