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The Green Organic Dutchman (TGOD.T) has shuffled their board of directors around to make room for a doctor and a corporate strategist.
In July, the people of Mexico elected Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador to the presidency. Known to supporters and detractors alike as Amlo, Mexico’s president campaigned on fighting corruption and promises of ending the country’s longstanding war on its drug cartels, which has left hundreds of thousands dead.
Germany’s growing medical marijuana market has been labelled the number one international business opportunity for Canadian cannabis companies.
On November 15, 2018, The Green Organic Dutchman (TGOD.T) announced a supply partnership with Velvet Management for sales and distribution to provincial liquor and cannabis boards across Canada.
The Toronto Stock Exchange has approved TGOD’s (TGOD.T) acquisition of HemPoland, a Polish CBD-oil manufacturer which is TGOD’s first European subsidiary.
Last week, the Green Organic Dutchman (TGOD.T) gave the market a look at their second quarterly earnings release since having gone public in May. The release highlighted the company’s capital raising success and their ongoing buildout. The company is using strategic acquisitions and partnerships to form a strategy for international expansion.
Last week we reported that Hamilton’s City Council rejected a zoning amendment proposal backed by The Green Organic Dutchman’s (TGOD.T), which would have allowed for the construction of up to 968,000 sq/ft of greenhouse space for growing cannabis. Hamilton’s current zoning bylaw states that cannabis companies are allowed to have up to 24,000 sq/ft of greenhouse grow space.
As we reported Tuesday, a proposed a zoning amendment that would have increased the maximum allowance of growth space for cannabis LPs operating in Hamilton, ON from 24,000 sq/ft to 968,000 sq/ft was defeated by Hamilton’s City Council this past Wednesday, by a vote of 9-4.