Cresco Labs Inc. and CannaRoyalty Corp. today announced that, in connection with the previously announced plan of arrangement pursuant to which Cresco Labs will acquire all of the issued and outstanding shares of Origin House in an all-stock transaction, the parties have agreed to an amendment to the arrangement agreement dated April 1, 2019 to provide for certain changes.
MedMen Enterprises Inc., a leading cannabis retailer with operations across the U.S., announces the opening of its latest Florida location in the city of Sarasota. This is the eighth of 12 locations MedMen plans to open in Florida this calendar year.
Columbia Care Inc., one of the largest fully integrated operators in the global cannabis industry with licenses across the US and EU, today announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire The Green Solution, the largest vertically integrated cannabis operator in the State of Colorado, through a transaction initially valued at approximately $140M.
Liberty Health Sciences Inc., a provider of high quality cannabis, announced its financial results for the second quarter ended August 31, 2019. Consolidated net sales for the quarter ended August 31, 2019 were $10,627,656, compared with $2,219,290 for the quarter ended August 31, 2018.
The latest brewing innovation from CERIA Brewing Company is a new dealcoholized THC-CBD infused India Pale Ale (IPA), set for launch at licensed dispensaries in Colorado in mid-November and California in December.
MedMen Enterprises Inc., a leading cannabis retailer with operations across the U.S., today announces the opening of two new locations in the state of Florida: Central Orlando and Tallahassee. The Company now has seven operational stores in Florida, with five additional store openings in the state planned for the remainder of the calendar year.
A coalition of elected officials, academics, lawyers and cannabis industry leaders today announced a major initiative to empower, educate and employ individuals disproportionately impacted by the nation’s failed War on Drugs. Unveiled as “The CultivatED Program,” the initiative was championed by Massachusetts State Rep. Chynah Tyler (D-7th District).