On November 4, 2019, Westleaf (WL.V) announced that Westleaf Labs has received an initial “white label” order from Delta 9 for a three-month supply of vape pens and cartridges, representing anticipated revenue of about $740,000, “starting as early as January 2020”.
When a gentleman or mademoiselle makes a decision to honour the dark arts of predatory investing, occasions such as these times, when the black clouds of doom envelope the otherwise pleasant meadow that is the public markets, require one to seek out not the healthiest of companies, for they have already ascended to the heavens. Rather, one should seek out the decrepit, the beaten, and the damned, for they can be turned inexpensively and profited from completely.
Westleaf (WL.V) is planning to give Calgary residents their first immersive retail cannabis store this weekend by launching a new Prairie Records store in the city’s cultural hub.
Three weeks after we introduced The Plant by Westleaf (WL.V), the state-of-the-art production facility located in Calgary, the company secured its first major contract to supply cannabis derivatives products.
Years ago, I worked on Vancouver’s skid row as a para-professional social worker. Thirty percent of my clients were indigenous peoples. I remember one stoic Haida man dying from AIDS who told me that four of his siblings had already died from alcoholism and misadventure.
Rarely a month goes by without Westleaf (WL.V) turning heads with another major news release. On Wednesday, Western Canada’s cannabis blue-chip updated us on The Plant, a new state-of-the-art production facility that has entered the final stages of the government approval process.
Westleaf’s(WL.V) subsidiary Prairie Records has teamed up with Pineapple Express Delivery to deliver same-day cannabis to customers in Saskatchewan.
Westleaf (WL.V), Western Canada’s rising cannabis blue-chip, is on the cusp of launching a new Calgary-based marijuana facility that will serve as a gateway to the Canadian cannabis market.
On May 21, 2019 Westleaf (WL.V) announced that it has been chosen to open a cannabis retail store in the southern Manitoba border community of Altona (pop. 4,300).
On April 1, 2019 Westleaf (WL.V) a Calgary-based integrated cannabis company, launched a new marijuana marketplace for the residents of Saskatchewan.
In his influential 1949 book: The Organization of Behavior, Canadian psychologist Donald Hebb theorized that “one thought is more likely to trigger another thought” if those two thoughts are linked together multiple times in the past.