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Debra BorchardtDebra BorchardtMarch 17, 2020
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It seems cannabis isn’t as recession-proof as originally thought. While the world hasn’t officially gone into a recession, the cannabis industry has consistently stated it would thrive in downtimes because consumers would continue to make purchases. However, no one ever thought a pandemic would close the doors entirely.

That has changed with the news that Canopy Growth Corporation (TSX: WEED) (NYSE: CGC) has made the decision to temporarily close all corporate-owned Tokyo Smoke and Tweed retail locations across Canada, effective at 5:00 p.m. local time today, March 17.

“We have a responsibility to our employees, their families, and our communities to do our part to “flatten the curve” by limiting social interactions. For us, that means shifting our focus from retail to e-commerce,” said David Klein, CEO, Canopy Growth. “This is a big decision but it was also an easy one to make – our retail teams are public-facing and have been serving an above-average volume of transactions in recent days. Given the current situation, it is in the best interest of our teams and our communities to close these busy hubs until we are confident we can operate our stores in the best interest of public health.”

Canopy Growth isn’t closing sales entirely. The company said it would continue providing access to their desired cannabis products and prescribed medication. Canopy has established a fully supported e-commerce platform available to recreational and medical customers across the country to provide business continuity for people seeking our products.

The decision affects the 23 corporately-owned stores in NewfoundlandSaskatchewan, and Manitoba as well as the Tweed Visitor Centre in Smiths Falls, ON. Patients will be able to continue purchasing medical cannabis through Spectrum Therapeutics. Adult consumers within Manitoba and Saskatchewan are able to purchase Canopy Growth products through Tweed and Tokyo Smoke e-commerce platforms, all other provinces and territories will be supported through government-run online retail.

 

 


Debra BorchardtDebra BorchardtMarch 11, 2020
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 TerrAscend Corp. (CSE:TER)(OTCQX: TRSSF) announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary  TerrAscend Canada Inc. has entered into a loan financing arrangement with Canopy Growth Corporation (TSX:WEED)(NYSE:CGC) in the amount of C$80.5 million in the form of a secured debenture.  In connection with the funding of the Loan, TerrAscend has issued 17,808,975 common share purchase warrants to Canopy Growth.

The net proceeds are expected to be used by TerrAscend Canada for general corporate purposes and the funding of its Canadian operations, its Arise Bioscience U.S. hemp division, international expansion and the repayment of indebtedness. The company can’t use any of the money in the U.S.

TerrAscend has proven its ability to thrive in the global cannabis industry and this loan is a strong signal that Canopy Growth is confident in their ability to execute over the long term,” said David Klein, CEO, Canopy Growth. “We are encouraged by TerrAscend’s strong performance and we view the team’s experience as an important contributor to its continued success.”

Canopy Growth initially invested in TerrAscend way back in November 2017. TerrAscend has achieved considerable milestones since Canopy Growth initially invested, including becoming the first cannabis company licensed for sales in Canadathe United States, and Europe.  Additionally, TerrAscend has expanded its capabilities and portfolio to include domestic and international cultivation, processing and distribution facilities; a growing retail footprint; and best-in-class brands, such as The Apothecarium and Ilera.

“We are pleased to receive this loan from Canopy Growth as we enter the next stage of TerrAscend’s growth and expansion,” said Jason Ackerman, Executive Chairman, and Interim CEO. “The Canopy Growth team recognizes our operational and management expertise, and this financing allows us to continue to fund and execute on our Canadian, U.S. hemp and international businesses while remaining focused on operations with high barriers to entry. We look forward to continuing to work with Canopy Growth as new opportunities emerge and the regulatory landscape evolves.”

Transaction Overview

The Debenture will bear interest at a rate of 6.10% per annum and will mature on March 10, 2030 or such earlier date in accordance with the terms of the Debenture and all interest payments made pursuant to the Debenture are payable in cash by TerrAscend Canada. The Debenture is secured by the assets of TerrAscend Canada, is not convertible and is not guaranteed by TerrAscend.


Debra BorchardtDebra BorchardtMarch 4, 2020
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Canopy Growth Corporation (TSX: WEED) (NYSE: CGC) said that it plans to close two facilities in Aldergrove and Delta, British Columbia, which will result in the loss of approximately 500 jobs. Also, the company said it no longer plans to bring the third greenhouse online in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario.

The bad news continued for the company as Canopy also said it would take estimated pre-tax charges of approximately $700-800 million in the quarter ending March 31, 2020, as a result of the announcement and additional changes related to its organizational and strategic review.

“When I joined Canopy Growth earlier this year, I committed to focusing the business and aligning its resources to meet the needs of our consumers,” shared Canopy Growth CEO, David Klein. “Today’s decision moves us in this direction, and although the decision to close these facilities was not taken lightly, we know this is a necessary step to ensure that we maintain our leadership position for the long-term. Along with the rest of the management team, I want to sincerely thank the members of the team affected by this decision for their work and commitment to building Canopy Growth.

The company said in a statement that the greenhouses in B.C. account for approximately 3 million square feet of licensed production space and were put into commission, beginning in February 2018, after a period of phased retrofitting to help Canopy Growth scale up to supply the new Canadian adult-use market. Nearly 17 months after the creation of the legal adult-use market, the Canadian recreational market has developed slower than anticipated, creating working capital and profitability challenges across the industry.

Additionally, federal regulations permitting outdoor cultivation were introduced after the company made significant investments in greenhouse production. Canopy said it now operates an outdoor production site to allow for more cost-effective cultivation, which will play an important role in meeting demand on certain products that rely on cannabis extracts.

At the beginning of cannabis legalization in the country, companies were one-upping each other as to how much indoor growing space they could build. Seemingly with no regard to how much could be consumed, grow facilities were created at great expense using the latest lighting equipment and growing software. No doubt, the second-hand market will now be flooded with bargain rate used equipment.

 


William SumnerWilliam SumnerDecember 12, 2019
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It’s time for your Daily Hit of cannabis financial news for December 12, 2019.

On the Site

Cresco Labs Shores Up Its Balance Sheet, Sells Property for $50 Million

The Illinois-based Cresco Labs (CSE: CL) (OTCQX: CRLBF) is looking to shore up its balance sheet by selling off one of its properties. Today the company announced that it would sell its Lincoln, Illinois cultivation facility to GreenAcreage Real Estate Corp. (GreenAcreage), for $50 million. Though Cresco is technically selling the property, which is still under construction, the company has entered into a triple-net lease agreement with GreenAcreage and will continue operating on the property as a licensed medical & recreational cannabis cultivation and processing facility.

Industry Power Women Awards Three During MJBiz Conference

The women’s cannabis networking organization known as Industry Power Women joined forces with Accelerate Cannabis during the 2019 MJ Biz Conference to recognize three individuals and their efforts within the cannabis industry. During the Mid-Atlantic Mixer, Saphira Galoob, Erica Daniels and Kristin Jordan each received engraved crystal awards in recognition of their work.

In Other News

MedMen Enterprises

MedMen Enterprises Inc. (CSE: MMEN) (OTCQX: MMNFF) announced the execution of several financing agreements. First, the company executed a term sheet for a non-brokered offering of subordinate voting shares worth $27 million, which is expected to close on or around December 18, 2019. MedMen also announced an amendment to the terms of a senior secured convertible credit facility arranged by Gotham Green Partners, securing an additional $10 million in funding. In addition to the two financing agreements, the company executed a binding term sheet in respect of certain amendments to the definitive agreements for the $78 million senior secured term loan, which is expected to mature on January 31, 2022.

Canopy Growth

Canopy Growth Corporation (TSX: WEED) (NYSE: CGC) announced the launch of a hemp-based line of CBD products. Dubbed “First & Free,” the new line of products will include a variety of formats such as soft gels, oil drops, and creams. The products will be made available through the company’s new e-commerce site www.firstandfree.com.

Columbia Care

Columbia Care Inc. (NEO: CCHW) (OTCQX: CCHWF) (FSE: 3LP) today signed a definitive agreement for its first sale-leaseback with NewLake Capital, valued at $35 million. The agreement involves six properties across three states (California, Illinois, and Massachusetts), and totals approximately 127,000 square feet of space. The transaction includes a dispensary in San Diego, California; a dispensary in Chicago, Illinois; dispensaries in Greenfield and Lowell, Massachusetts; and two cultivation and manufacturing facilities in Lowell, Massachusetts and Aurora, Illinois. “As our markets come on-line and mature, we intend to demonstrate the power and scale of our economic model by generating positive cashflow at the individual product, facility and market levels, as well as on a consolidated basis,” said Nicholas Vita, Chief Executive Officer of Columbia Care.


Debra BorchardtDebra BorchardtDecember 9, 2019
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Canopy Growth Corporation  (TSX: WEED) (NYSE: CGC) named David Klein as the company’s Chief Executive Officer effective January 14, 2020. 

“Canopy Growth sits at the forefront of one of the most exciting new market opportunities in our lifetime,” said Klein. “Thanks to the efforts of Mark and the entire team at Canopy Growth, no company is better positioned to win in the emerging cannabis market. I look forward to working with the team to build on the foundation that has been laid, to develop brands that strongly resonate with consumers, and to capture the market opportunity before us. Together we will drive sustainable, industry-leading growth that benefits employees, shareholders and the communities in which we operate.”

The company said that Klein has served in a number of senior leadership capacities over the past 14 years at Constellation Brands. His background includes extensive CPG and beverage alcohol industry experience, strong financial orientation, and experience operating in highly regulated markets in the U.S., CanadaMexico and Europe. However, Klein has zero experience in the cannabis industry.

Interim CEO Mark Zekulin will be stepping down from his role and resigning his seat on the Board of Directors of Canopy effective December 20, 2019.  As a founding employee of Canopy Growth (then Tweed Marijuana Inc.), Mark was instrumental in building Canopy into what it is today first in the role of President, then President and Co-CEO, and finally as CEO.

“It has been an incredible six years at Canopy Growth, and I have witnessed the team and Company grow from five people in an abandoned chocolate factory to thousands of people across five continents,” said Zekulin. “Canopy today is positioned to win with the resources, infrastructure, team, and award-winning culture needed to succeed. It has truly been an honor to be part of building a unique, Canadian success story like Canopy, and I look forward to seeing the Company continue to evolve and grow under David’s leadership.”

Canopy’s original CEO Bruce Linton was ousted within a year of the Constellation Brands investment. Since that time, the company has floundered as the company took a restructuring charge of $32.7 million for returns, return provisions and pricing allowances primarily related to its softgel & oil portfolio in the second quarter. Canopy also has recorded an inventory charge of $15.9 million to align the portfolio with its new strategy. The company said that the new strategy included new retail pricing architecture, a rationalized package assortment, and a focused marketing/educational strategy to further develop this category.

While Klein is listed as an experienced strategist with the ability to build a consumer brand while leveraging operational scale across a dispersed production footprint, there was no indication with regards to his knowledge of cannabis other than his having served on the Canopy Growth Board of Directors for over a year and is presently Canopy Growth’s Board Chair.


Kaitlin DomangueKaitlin DomangueNovember 19, 2019
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Canadian cannabis producer Canopy Growth (NYSE: CGC) is set to receive a large tax break for their new Kirkwood, New York facility. An economic development group, The Broome Industrial Development Agency, set a plan into motion on behalf of Canopy Growth. Canopy will receive a standard 15-year payment-in-lieu-of-taxes deal, qualifying for a 39% reduction in property taxes for the first five years of the agreement. When all is said and done, their tax break will equate to $1.7 million.

According to the Binghamton Press, starting in 2020 and until 2024, Canopy will pay $192,000 in property tax payments versus a full tax bill of $312,000. From 2025 through 2029, the payments will be $252,000. Beginning in 2030 through 2034, the company will pay $282,000.

Canopy Growth began work on the 308,000 square-foot facilities in July. They purchased the facility from vacuum cleaner manufacturer Shop-Vac for $9.5 million and expect to invest more than $100 million in renovations. According to the company, there are a substantial amount of renovations needing to take place and its completion may take longer than anticipated. Canopy Growth told the IDA board they plan to extract and process hemp into CBD oils, topicals and consumables, initially starting with a vape and gummy line. The company plans to employ up to 75 people within three years and they want to pay the bulk of their employees between $30,000 and $50,000 annually. Canopy Growth says they will open hemp processing facilities in seven U.S. states next year.

The tax break request comes at a stressful time for Canopy Growth. The company, the largest in terms of the value of all marijuana-related publicly traded companies, has yet to post a profit. They reported a quarterly loss of over $117 million and they also failed to meet their revenue expectations. Canopy Growth’s stock is suffering alongside their loss, falling more than 70% since peaking last April. In trading on Thursday, it slumped 14% on the day to $15.83.

Go Farm Hemp filed a $1.9 million lawsuit last month against Canopy Growth with regards to the New York farm. Canopy paid the deposit for the agreement and two installments but failed to pay the third installment that was due August 15, 2019. Canopy was accused interfering with Go Farm’s performance by “threatening seizure of Go Farm’s crops and property without any right or authority” according to the lawsuit.

 

 

 


Debra BorchardtDebra BorchardtNovember 14, 2019
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Canopy Growth Corporation (TSX: WEED) (NYSE: CGC) fell over 9% on news that the company’s second-quarter earnings missed analysts’ estimates. The Canadian-based cannabis company reported (in Canadian dollars) gross revenue of $118 million, a 6% increase sequentially and a 408% increase over last year’s $23 million for the same time period ending in September. The net revenue of $76 million fell 15% sequentially and missed estimates by $29 million. It did increase by 229% over last year’s $23 million. The stock was lately trading at USD$16.68.

The net loss decreased sequentially from $1.2 billion in the first quarter to $374 million in the second quarter. It also increased by 13% from last year’s net loss of $330 million.

“The last two quarters have been challenging for the Canadian cannabis sector as provinces have reduced purchases to lower inventory levels, retail store openings have fallen short of expectations, and Cannabis 2.0 products are yet to come to market,” said Mark Zekulin, CEO, Canopy Growth. “However, we believe these conditions are a short-term headwind in what is a brand-new industry, and Canopy continues to be best positioned with cash-on-hand, a world-class infrastructure, and a portfolio of intellectual property to deliver sustained long-term market leadership.”

Restructuring Charge

Canopy Growth said it has “taken a restructuring charge of $32.7 million for returns, return provisions, and pricing allowances primarily related to its softgel & oil portfolio. Additionally, management has recorded an inventory charge of $15.9 million to align the portfolio with the new strategy.” The company said that the new strategy included new retail pricing architecture, a rationalized package assortment, and a focused marketing/educational strategy to further develop this category. The second-quarter gross margin impact of the portfolio restructuring costs is $40.4 million.

Added Zekulin: “We took the necessary steps to address inventory levels on our oils and softgels; looking beyond this, the fundamentals are strong: our retail store sales are growing on an overall and same-store basis, our Canadian medical revenues are up, and international medical sales are growing on both an organic and inorganic basis.  And, even though revenue is muted during the quarter due to the restructuring charge, actual cannabis shipments grew quarter-over-quarter, which is a great accomplishment in light of the inventory reset that’s occurring at the provinces.   We believe our fundamentals are strong and are confident we’re moving in the right direction.”

Cash Burn

The company is still sitting on a healthy war chest 0f $2.7 billion, but that is after a drop of $404.7 million from June 30, 2019.  The primary uses of cash were operations and capital spending of $228.3 million as the company finishes its build-out in Canada by constructing manufacturing and beverage production facilities. Operating expenses for the quarter were $269 million, a 48% increase year over year and a 15% increase sequentially. Consider that this is 100% over the revenue coming in.

Research and development costs increased 526% year over year, G&A increased 137% year over year and sales and marketing increased 50% over last year.

“After five years of investment in market research, product development, product marketing, production engineering, as well as production facility design, construction and qualification, we are ready to bring our Cannabis 2.0 product offerings to market,” said Zekulin.  “This marks the end of significant expansion investments in Canada and we are confident that the high quality, differentiated beverage, vape and edible products that we are bringing to market combined with a retail channel that we expect to grow significantly next fiscal year, will drive the next leg of growth for our business.”

Sales Mix

The revenue was a mixed bag between increases and decreases. Medical marijuana sales were up across the board sequentially. The only drop was a year over year decline in dry cannabis revenue. With recreational cannabis, the consumer side mostly saw sequential increases, with oil and softgels declining slightly by 1%. The B2B recreational sales saw sequential declines in each category except dry cannabis sales.

“International medical cannabis gross revenue was $18.1 million in Q2 2020, with the 72% growth driven primarily by the acquisition in May 2019 of C3, which contributed a full quarter of revenue in the amount of $14.0 million to our results in Q2 2020.”

 

 


StaffStaffOctober 15, 2019
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Canopy Growth Corporation (NYSE: CGC) stock jumped over 7% on news that the company sold its 42,087,639 shares in Australian cannabis company AusCann Group Holdings (AusCann) via an off-market block trade at $0.15 per share for gross proceeds of $6.3 million. The trade was facilitated by Canaccord Australia. The stock was lately trading at $20.32. The sale represents Canopy Growth’s total 13.2% interest in AusCann.

“Canopy Growth remains optimistic about the future of the Australian medical cannabis market and will continue to collaborate with the team at Auscann to support greater physician understanding and patient access to high quality cannabis products throughout Australia,” said Mark Zekulin, CEO, Canopy Growth. “The decision to divest our position in AusCann, which we obtained three years ago in exchange for support provided, will allow us to sharpen our focus on our wholly-owned operations in the market, while continuing to collaborate with our partners at AusCann.”

Dr. Marcel Bonn-Miller, Canopy Growth’s Global Senior Director of Clinical Science, will continue to sit on the AusCann Board of Directors to facilitate future collaboration.

Beckley Deal Closes

Canopy also said that it closed the previously announced acquisition of the cannabinoid based research company Beckley Canopy Therapeutics, including the joint commercial venture Spectrum Biomedical UK. The company said that the teams will now be integrated into the broader Spectrum Therapeutics organization to increase the breadth of the clinical research being pursued under the Spectrum banner and to combine continental European and the United Kingdom commercial teams.

“The acquisition comes at a time when commercial opportunities across Europe are ramping up,” said Mark Zekulin, CEO, Canopy Growth. “Spectrum Biomedical has completed all necessary approvals to import cannabis into the UK market and is proud to facilitate patient access to safe cannabinoid-based medicines there. Consolidating our UK-based operations will allow Canopy to simultaneously improve its research and commercial capabilities across the continent.”

Beckley Canopy was formed as a joint venture in January 2018 between Beckley Research & Innovations and Canopy Growth to research and develop clinically validated cannabis-based medicines, with a strong focus on intellectual property protection. The research platform combined European and North American-based leaders in cannabis research from BRI and Canopy Growth to create a strong and complementary UK-based European partnership. Since its inception, Beckley Canopy has made significant progress in its core research areas, added additional indications of interest, and worked closely and in a complementary fashion with the global Canopy research team.


William SumnerWilliam SumnerOctober 10, 2019
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It’s time for your Daily Hit of cannabis financial news for October 10, 2019.

On the Site

Nevada Marijuana Licenses Makes Appearance In Russian Campaign Violation Arrest

The two Russian nationals that were arrested on Thursday for campaign finance violations also tried to apply for marijuana licenses in Nevada according to the arrest allegations. The document said that  Lev Parnas, Igor Furman, David Correia and Andrey Kukushkin “planned to use Foreign National-1 as a source of funding for donations and contributions to State and federal candidates and politicians in Nevada, New York and other states to facilitate acquisitions of retail marijuana licenses.”

HEXO Corp.

HEXO Corp. (TSX: HEXO)(NYSE: HEXO) stock was plunging almost 20% as the company told Wall Street that its revenues would be lower than expected. The company said in a statement that it now expects net revenue for the fourth quarter to be approximately $14.5 million to $16.5 million and net revenue for the year to be approximately $46.5 million to $48.5 million.” This is a far cry from the company’s claim in June that it was on track to reach $400 million in net revenue in 2020 and said it would double net revenue in the fourth fiscal quarter.

MediPharm Labs

MediPharm Labs Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of MediPharm Labs Corp. (TSX: LABS) (OTCQX: MEDIF), has secured a $38.7 million credit facility from a top 5 Canadian Schedule 1 bank. Although the company initially sought $20 million, the credit facility was upsized and is comprised of a revolving term facility, a non-revolving term facility and a non-revolving delayed draw term facility.

In Other News

Village Farms International

Village Farms International, Inc. (TSX: VFF) (NASDAQ: VFF) announced that a group of underwriters co-led by  Beacon Securities Limited and GMP Securities L.P. have agreed to purchase, on a bought deal basis, 2,660,000 common shares of the company at a price of C$9.40 per share. The total value of the offering is approximately C$25 million. Pending regulatory approval, the offering is expected to close on or around October 22, 2019. The net proceeds of the offering will go towards working capital and general corporate purposes.

Canopy Growth

Canopy Growth Corporation (TSX: WEED) (NYSE: CGC) announced that David Klein has been appointed Chair of its Board of Directors effective immediately. Klein is currently the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Constellation Brands, Inc. “There is no company better positioned to win in the emerging global cannabis market. I look forward to continuing to work with Canopy Growth’s very talented leadership team to position the company for long-term, industry-leading profitable growth,” Klein said in a statement.

Cannara Biotech

Cannara Biotech Inc. (CSE: LOVE) (OTCQB: LOVFF) (FRA: 8CB) has secured a first mortgage against its Farnham Facility, valued at $6 million, with the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce.  The mortgage will help reduce the company’s debt service costs. “Once Cannara’s cultivation and sales licenses are granted we’ll look to augment this mortgage to further reduce our debt service costs,” commented Zohar Krivorot, President and CEO of Cannara.


Video StaffVideo StaffOctober 4, 2019
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Green Market Report thanks the ArcView Group for allowing us to tape Marijuana Money from their event this week. 

Constellation Brands (NYSE: STZ) wrote down its Canopy Brands (NYSE: CGC) investment to the tune of almost half a billion dollars. Constellation, which also owns Modelo beer and Robert Mondavi wines, said its share of equity losses from its roughly $4 billion investment came to $484.4 million. 

 Canopy Growth Corporation  (TSX: WEED) (NYSE: CGC)  has completed an all-cash transaction to purchase a majority stake in sports nutrition company BioSteel Sports Nutrition Inc. The amount of the acquisition was not disclosed. The deal gives Canopy a significant entry into the sports nutrition and hydration category and lays the groundwork for cannabidiol (CBD) products to be sold in the U.S.

Venture capital firm Canopy Rivers Inc.  (TSX: RIV)(OTC: CNPOF) completed a $10 million investment ( in TerrAscend Canada Inc., a subsidiary of its portfolio company.

Gotham Green Partners has invested an additional $20 million in iAnthus Capital Holdings, Inc. (CSE: IAN)(OTCQX: ITHUF) through the purchase of senior secured convertible notes. Green Gotham said it was part of a broader $100 million financing plan to support the buildout of all existing markets in which iAnthus currently operatesTerrAscend Corp. 

TILT Holdings Inc.  (CSE: TILT) (OTCQB: TLLTF) has negotiated an agreement with six of its remaining founders regarding the immediate forfeiture of all 60,217,088 stock options granted at the time of the merger. Adjusting for the subsequent forfeiture, TILT’s Q2 2019 net loss of $48.9 million would have been almost entirely reduced, bringing the Company close to break-even.

Fire & Flower Holdings Corp. (TSX: FAF) its financial results for the second fiscal quarter ending August 3, 2019, with total revenue of $11.1 million versus $9.5 million for the same time period in 2018. The net loss for the quarter was $6.4 million.

High Tide Inc. (CSE:HITI) (OTCQB:HITIF) announced financial results for the third fiscal quarter of 2019 ending July 31. Revenue in the third quarter increased by 281%, to C$8 million from C$2 million last year. 

48North Cannabis Corp. (TSXV: NRTH) delivered net revenue of $4.8 million marking 48North’s first full year of revenue, but a net loss of $8.1 million. In fiscal 2019, the company raised over $48 million and at the end of the year had $52.7 million in cash and cash equivalents on hand.

Arizona-based DNA testing technology company PathogenDx, Inc. announced $7.5 million in Series B funding. 

And finally HeavenlyRx Ltd. Acquired CBD company PureKana. 



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