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    Canadian L.P.’s Still Lead

    Canadian cannabis LPs are looking to be in a good position on the global stage. Marijuana’s momentum is rising worldwide, as many countries legalise and develop medical cannabis programs. Many expect the trend to continue in 2019, and Canadian producers are ready. More

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    Canopy Expanding to the U.S.

    Canopy Growth Corp. secured a New York state license to produce and process hemp there, according to an announcement early this week. The company said they intend to invest between US$100m-US$150m in a hemp extraction and manufacturing facility, and shareholders took well to the news. More

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    Aurora Cannabis to Offer More Organics with Acquisition

    Aurora Cannabis Inc. (TSX: ACB) (NYSE: ACB) shares enjoyed a nearly 6% pop in price in today’s trading after the company announced the completion of a letter of intent with Whistler Medical Marijuana Corporation. The Edmonton-based cannabis company will acquire all the issued and outstanding shares of Whistler in an all stock deal. More

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    Is It Time To Buy Cannabis Stocks?

    As a stock investor, it has been impossible to miss the wild volatility of the Cannabis sector in 2018.  So is it time to buy these companies?  I have two words for you – Inevitability and Optionality.   First, some perspective is in order, looking just at overall performance for 2018 misses the drama of […] More

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    New Recreational Cannabis JV

    Aleafia Inc. (TSX: ALEF.V), based in Concord, Ontario, announced this week it’s joined Serruya Private Equity in a Joint Venture (JV). Aleafia and the private equity firm plan to make the company a major recreational marijuana supplier with joint ownership over new retail stores. The JV also intends to produce a new weed brand. More

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    Green Thumb Industries Could Dominate Nevada

    Chicago marijuana company Green Thumb Industries (CSE: GTII.CN) acquired 2 Nevada-based businesses recently. After scooping up Integral Associates, a Nevada grower and retailer, the company came out with another agreement announced this week. The first deal came in at $290-million contract for two cultivation and production facilities in the state. GTI’s initial footprint there totaled […] More

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    Marijuana Conference Convenes Top Pot Companies

    The Marijuana Business Conference & Expo in Las Vegas bills itself as the largest cannabis conference in the world. It hosts the largest pot companies, including Aurora Cannabis Inc. (TSX: ACB.TO), Canopy Growth Corps. (TSX: WEED.TO) (NYSE: CGC.N) and Tilray (NASDAQ: TLRY.O). More

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    Will these 2 Pot Stocks Get Bigger Listings?

    Canada is the home and native land for most budding pot stocks, listing on the Canadian Stock Exchange (CSE) or Toronto Stock Exchange and its smaller Venture arm (TSX and TSXV). While ‘uplisting’ can be great for pot stocks on the move, not all companies can or will uplist. We take a look at a couple that are ripe for the move. More

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    Three Majors Report Earnings

    Like everyone else with an interest in pot companies and their stocks, we’ve been watching earnings releases closely. While it’s too early to know exactly how Canadian pot legalization will affect revenues, this quarter’s reports and management commentary give some insight. More

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