Money Moves: Flowr, Meta Growth

The Flowr Corporation

The Flowr Corporation (TSXV: FLWR)(OTC: FLWPF) reported that it has closed its previously announced credit facility from a syndicate of lenders led by ATB Financial and including Farm Credit Canada. The $25 million facilities consist of a $24.5 million recapitalization term facility and a $500,000 revolving operating credit facility. Flowr will receive the first tranche of funding of approximately $20.05 million on closing with the remaining of the recapitalization term facility available subject to certain conditions.

“We are extremely pleased to strengthen our financial position through non-dilutive financing at attractive pricing,” commented Vinay Tolia, Flowr’s Chief Executive Officer.  “The reduced size of the ATB Credit Facilities compared to the initial commitment reflects our reduced capital needs as we focused on those investments with the greatest potential to generate cash flow in the near term.  With our third-quarter earnings release on November 26, 2019, we will provide our shareholders with a comprehensive business update.”

The company said it would release its third-quarter 2019 results after the close of the financial markets on Tuesday, November 26, 2019, which will be followed by a conference call and webcast to review these results at 5:30 p.m. Eastern Time.

Meta Growth

National Access Cannabis Corp (TSXV: META) d/b/a Meta Growth said that it has reached a new agreement to extend its $9,000,000 loan from Opaskwayak Cree Nation to December 31, 2022.

The original loan was set to mature on December 14, 2019.  As one of META’s largest shareholders, owning approximately 10.8 million shares, OCN has agreed to extend the maturity of the Loan until December 31, 2022, at an interest rate of 10% per annum, and an annual administration fee of $225,000.

“OCN sees the ongoing investment into META as a growth opportunity for both META and OCN.  The income that OCN generates from the interest on the Loan helps OCN with investing in our community infrastructure, such as housing,” said Christian Sinclair, Onekanew (Leader) of OCN and Board Member of META. “We hope to continue to capitalize on opportunities with META as the Ontario government is anticipated to issue additional licenses for cannabis retail locations.”

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