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The company has signed a joint agreement to operate Cannabis Beverages Inc. at WeedMD’s greenhouse facility in Strathroy, Ontario
The company also provided the state of Wyoming with a notice of its intent to repay and retire its Wyoming industrial development revenue bond, which has a balance of US$8.3-million
The company reported a net loss of C$90.9mln in its quarterly earnings, with revenues of C$25.9mln, in line with analyst expectations
The company said the Company's listing on the OTC marketplace, combined with DTC eligibility will provide a more efficient process for Amercian investors to participate
Cannabis stocks stabilized in Canada on Friday after doing significant drops and bumps this week on the back of a host of news in the country that is nearing recreational legalized marijuana in Oct.
The company said it reported fiscal third-quarter net income of US$1.17bln, or US$1.17 a share, compared with US$925mln, or US$0.85 cents a share, in the year-ago period
Cannabis stocks did an about-face on Wednesday as they soared in Canada after a host of positive news, after dropping sharply Tuesday.
As investors reacted to the news that there will be a delay in brick-and-mortar retail outlets, cannabis stocks in Canada tumbled on Tuesday