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12/07/2018 - 12:55pm
Cannabis Weekly Round-Up: Cronos Secures Altria Investment
(Alcohol, Argentina, Brazil, Cannabis, Cigarettes, Colombia, Deals, Development, Distribution, Facilities, Florida, Investing, Investment, Investments, Investors, Jamaica, Legalization, Management, News, Research, Tobacco, United States, Pharmaceuticals) During the past trading week (December 3 to 7), the company behind Marlboro cigarettes made a US1.8 billion investment in a cannabis company. The turbulent ride for Aphria (NYSE: APHA ,TSX:APHA) investors as part of a pair of short seller reports also made headlines throughout the week alongside an executive request pursuing NASDAQ listing Here’s a closer look at what some of the biggest news was during last week’s trading period. Canopy Growth Corp up 2,200% since 2016! Learn to profit from cannabis companies Give me my free report! Cronos obtains coveted deal with Altria On Friday (December 7), Canadian licensed producer (LP) Cronos Group (NASDAQ: CRON ,TSX:CRON) announced it had secured an investment deal from Altria Group (NYSE: MO ). As part of the deal, Altria will gain shares of Cronos to obtain a 45 percent ownership interest in the cannabis company. Through additional options, Altria is allowed to increase its stake to 55 percent. During the week, Cronos confirmed talks were...
https://investingnews.com/daily/cannabis-investing/cannabis-weekly-roundup-2/
12/07/2018 - 12:55pm
Cannabis Weekly Round-Up: Cronos Secures Altria Investment
(Alcohol, Argentina, Brazil, Cannabis, Cigarettes, Colombia, Deals, Development, Distribution, Facilities, Florida, Investing, Investment, Investments, Investors, Jamaica, Legalization, Management, News, Research, Tobacco, United States, Pharmaceuticals) During the past trading week (December 3 to 7), the company behind Marlboro cigarettes made a US1.8 billion investment in a cannabis company. The turbulent ride for Aphria (NYSE: APHA ,TSX:APHA) investors as part of a pair of short seller reports also made headlines throughout the week alongside an executive request pursuing NASDAQ listing Here’s a closer look at what some of the biggest news was during last week’s trading period. Canopy Growth Corp up 2,200% since 2016! Learn to profit from cannabis companies Give me my free report! Cronos obtains coveted deal with Altria On Friday (December 7), Canadian licensed producer (LP) Cronos Group (NASDAQ: CRON ,TSX:CRON) announced it had secured an investment deal from Altria Group (NYSE: MO ). As part of the deal, Altria will gain shares of Cronos to obtain a 45 percent ownership interest in the cannabis company. Through additional options, Altria is allowed to increase its stake to 55 percent. During the week, Cronos confirmed talks were...
https://investingnews.com/daily/cannabis-investing/cannabis-weekly-roundup-2/
12/07/2018 - 12:55pm
Cannabis Weekly Round-Up: Cronos Secures Altria Investment
(Alcohol, Argentina, Brazil, Cannabis, Cigarettes, Colombia, Deals, Development, Distribution, Facilities, Florida, Investing, Investment, Investments, Investors, Jamaica, Legalization, Management, News, Research, Tobacco, United States, Pharmaceuticals) During the past trading week (December 3 to 7), the company behind Marlboro cigarettes made a US1.8 billion investment in a cannabis company. The turbulent ride for Aphria (NYSE: APHA ,TSX:APHA) investors as part of a pair of short seller reports also made headlines throughout the week alongside an executive request pursuing NASDAQ listing Here’s a closer look at what some of the biggest news was during last week’s trading period. Canopy Growth Corp up 2,200% since 2016! Learn to profit from cannabis companies Give me my free report! Cronos obtains coveted deal with Altria On Friday (December 7), Canadian licensed producer (LP) Cronos Group (NASDAQ: CRON ,TSX:CRON) announced it had secured an investment deal from Altria Group (NYSE: MO ). As part of the deal, Altria will gain shares of Cronos to obtain a 45 percent ownership interest in the cannabis company. Through additional options, Altria is allowed to increase its stake to 55 percent. During the week, Cronos confirmed talks were...
https://investingnews.com/daily/cannabis-investing/cannabis-weekly-roundup-2/
12/07/2018 - 12:55pm
Cannabis Weekly Round-Up: Cronos Secures Altria Investment
(Alcohol, Argentina, Brazil, Cannabis, Cigarettes, Colombia, Deals, Development, Distribution, Facilities, Florida, Investing, Investment, Investments, Investors, Jamaica, Legalization, Management, News, Research, Tobacco, United States, Pharmaceuticals) During the past trading week (December 3 to 7), the company behind Marlboro cigarettes made a US1.8 billion investment in a cannabis company. The turbulent ride for Aphria (NYSE: APHA ,TSX:APHA) investors as part of a pair of short seller reports also made headlines throughout the week alongside an executive request pursuing NASDAQ listing Here’s a closer look at what some of the biggest news was during last week’s trading period. Canopy Growth Corp up 2,200% since 2016! Learn to profit from cannabis companies Give me my free report! Cronos obtains coveted deal with Altria On Friday (December 7), Canadian licensed producer (LP) Cronos Group (NASDAQ: CRON ,TSX:CRON) announced it had secured an investment deal from Altria Group (NYSE: MO ). As part of the deal, Altria will gain shares of Cronos to obtain a 45 percent ownership interest in the cannabis company. Through additional options, Altria is allowed to increase its stake to 55 percent. During the week, Cronos confirmed talks were...
https://investingnews.com/daily/cannabis-investing/cannabis-weekly-roundup-2/
12/07/2018 - 12:55pm
Cannabis Weekly Round-Up: Cronos Secures Altria Investment
(Alcohol, Argentina, Brazil, Cannabis, Cigarettes, Colombia, Deals, Development, Distribution, Facilities, Florida, Investing, Investment, Investments, Investors, Jamaica, Legalization, Management, News, Research, Tobacco, United States, Pharmaceuticals) During the past trading week (December 3 to 7), the company behind Marlboro cigarettes made a US1.8 billion investment in a cannabis company. The turbulent ride for Aphria (NYSE: APHA ,TSX:APHA) investors as part of a pair of short seller reports also made headlines throughout the week alongside an executive request pursuing NASDAQ listing Here’s a closer look at what some of the biggest news was during last week’s trading period. Canopy Growth Corp up 2,200% since 2016! Learn to profit from cannabis companies Give me my free report! Cronos obtains coveted deal with Altria On Friday (December 7), Canadian licensed producer (LP) Cronos Group (NASDAQ: CRON ,TSX:CRON) announced it had secured an investment deal from Altria Group (NYSE: MO ). As part of the deal, Altria will gain shares of Cronos to obtain a 45 percent ownership interest in the cannabis company. Through additional options, Altria is allowed to increase its stake to 55 percent. During the week, Cronos confirmed talks were...
https://investingnews.com/daily/cannabis-investing/cannabis-weekly-roundup-2/
12/06/2018 - 11:49pm
Gabriel Grego and the SEC
(Argentina, Canada, Cannabis, Distribution, Germany, Investment, Investors, Jamaica, Management, Media, Products, Research, Social Media, Security) This has been a rough week for a lot of us in the sector. Gabriel Grego made many of us sweat as we watched our investment vanish before our eyes, and many more had their emotions fucked with to the point of selling on wednesday, losing very large sums of money in the process. I say it's time to make Greasy Gabriel Grego sweat now through the power of our community, and bring him under the scrutiny of the SEC. attached is the link for submitting a tip / complaint to the SEC. There is a tab that says "submit a tip" click on it and you can proceed to file your tip about Greasy Grego https://www.sec.gov/tcr If you want to make a second report to the Canadian Securities Administrators (the SEC of Canada) the email to send the report to is csa-acvm-secretariat@acvm-csa.ca The email for the Ontario Securities commision is inquiries@osc.gov.on.ca Canada has much stricter laws regarding market manipulation, and can extradite if convicted. Worth sending to all three if you have the time!! You...
https://www.reddit.com/r/weedstocks/comments/a3wjkk/gabriel_grego_and_the_sec/
12/06/2018 - 11:49pm
Gabriel Grego and the SEC
(Argentina, Canada, Cannabis, Distribution, Germany, Investment, Investors, Jamaica, Management, Media, Products, Research, Social Media, Security) This has been a rough week for a lot of us in the sector. Gabriel Grego made many of us sweat as we watched our investment vanish before our eyes, and many more had their emotions fucked with to the point of selling on wednesday, losing very large sums of money in the process. I say it's time to make Greasy Gabriel Grego sweat now through the power of our community, and bring him under the scrutiny of the SEC. attached is the link for submitting a tip / complaint to the SEC. There is a tab that says "submit a tip" click on it and you can proceed to file your tip about Greasy Grego https://www.sec.gov/tcr If you want to make a second report to the Canadian Securities Administrators (the SEC of Canada) the email to send the report to is csa-acvm-secretariat@acvm-csa.ca The email for the Ontario Securities commision is inquiries@osc.gov.on.ca Canada has much stricter laws regarding market manipulation, and can extradite if convicted. Worth sending to all three if you have the time!! You...
https://www.reddit.com/r/weedstocks/comments/a3wjkk/gabriel_grego_and_the_sec/
12/06/2018 - 11:49pm
Gabriel Grego and the SEC
(Argentina, Canada, Cannabis, Distribution, Germany, Investment, Investors, Jamaica, Management, Media, Products, Research, Social Media, Security) This has been a rough week for a lot of us in the sector. Gabriel Grego made many of us sweat as we watched our investment vanish before our eyes, and many more had their emotions fucked with to the point of selling on wednesday, losing very large sums of money in the process. I say it's time to make Greasy Gabriel Grego sweat now through the power of our community, and bring him under the scrutiny of the SEC. attached is the link for submitting a tip / complaint to the SEC. There is a tab that says "submit a tip" click on it and you can proceed to file your tip about Greasy Grego https://www.sec.gov/tcr If you want to make a second report to the Canadian Securities Administrators (the SEC of Canada) the email to send the report to is csa-acvm-secretariat@acvm-csa.ca The email for the Ontario Securities commision is inquiries@osc.gov.on.ca Canada has much stricter laws regarding market manipulation, and can extradite if convicted. Worth sending to all three if you have the time!! You...
https://www.reddit.com/r/weedstocks/comments/a3wjkk/gabriel_grego_and_the_sec/
12/06/2018 - 11:49pm
Gabriel Grego and the SEC
(Argentina, Canada, Cannabis, Distribution, Germany, Investment, Investors, Jamaica, Management, Media, Products, Research, Social Media, Security) This has been a rough week for a lot of us in the sector. Gabriel Grego made many of us sweat as we watched our investment vanish before our eyes, and many more had their emotions fucked with to the point of selling on wednesday, losing very large sums of money in the process. I say it's time to make Greasy Gabriel Grego sweat now through the power of our community, and bring him under the scrutiny of the SEC. attached is the link for submitting a tip / complaint to the SEC. There is a tab that says "submit a tip" click on it and you can proceed to file your tip about Greasy Grego https://www.sec.gov/tcr If you want to make a second report to the Canadian Securities Administrators (the SEC of Canada) the email to send the report to is csa-acvm-secretariat@acvm-csa.ca The email for the Ontario Securities commision is inquiries@osc.gov.on.ca Canada has much stricter laws regarding market manipulation, and can extradite if convicted. Worth sending to all three if you have the time!! You...
https://www.reddit.com/r/weedstocks/comments/a3wjkk/gabriel_grego_and_the_sec/
12/06/2018 - 5:46pm
What Andrew Defrancesco really did for Aphria is.....actually impressive.
(Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Florida, Germany, Growing, Italy, Jamaica, Marketing, Medical Marijuana, News, Organic, United States) Now that we have had some time to understand more of what's going on, and this short thesis has been largely debunked. There is still the worst of it to figure out. Let's examine the man at the center of it all.......Andy Defrancesco. Andy if you're reading this, chime in! (and keep the Twitter a little more classy, would ya? Please?) Seems as though this man secured: The one and only license in Argentina (44M people) Right of first acceptance/refusal for Brazil (209M people) One of only two Tier 3 licenses in Jamaica. (3M people) Prime growing territory in the coffee region of Colombia. (49M people) Andy has also acquired 3 Boys Farms in Florida, one of the top organic producers with an exclusive license to operate a Medical Marijuana Treatment Center. Things seem more clear that Andy fucking delivers. No wonder Diageo executives, Southern Glazers, Shoppers Drugmart, Broken Coast, and now we know so many more....are choosing Aphria. They are putting the right people in the right...
https://www.reddit.com/r/weedstocks/comments/a3tcfj/what_andrew_defrancesco_real...
12/06/2018 - 5:46pm
What Andrew Defrancesco really did for Aphria is.....actually impressive.
(Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Florida, Germany, Growing, Italy, Jamaica, Marketing, Medical Marijuana, News, Organic, United States) Now that we have had some time to understand more of what's going on, and this short thesis has been largely debunked. There is still the worst of it to figure out. Let's examine the man at the center of it all.......Andy Defrancesco. Andy if you're reading this, chime in! (and keep the Twitter a little more classy, would ya? Please?) Seems as though this man secured: The one and only license in Argentina (44M people) Right of first acceptance/refusal for Brazil (209M people) One of only two Tier 3 licenses in Jamaica. (3M people) Prime growing territory in the coffee region of Colombia. (49M people) Andy has also acquired 3 Boys Farms in Florida, one of the top organic producers with an exclusive license to operate a Medical Marijuana Treatment Center. Things seem more clear that Andy fucking delivers. No wonder Diageo executives, Southern Glazers, Shoppers Drugmart, Broken Coast, and now we know so many more....are choosing Aphria. They are putting the right people in the right...
https://www.reddit.com/r/weedstocks/comments/a3tcfj/what_andrew_defrancesco_real...
12/06/2018 - 5:46pm
What Andrew Defrancesco really did for Aphria is.....actually impressive.
(Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Florida, Germany, Growing, Italy, Jamaica, Marketing, Medical Marijuana, News, Organic, United States) Now that we have had some time to understand more of what's going on, and this short thesis has been largely debunked. There is still the worst of it to figure out. Let's examine the man at the center of it all.......Andy Defrancesco. Andy if you're reading this, chime in! (and keep the Twitter a little more classy, would ya? Please?) Seems as though this man secured: The one and only license in Argentina (44M people) Right of first acceptance/refusal for Brazil (209M people) One of only two Tier 3 licenses in Jamaica. (3M people) Prime growing territory in the coffee region of Colombia. (49M people) Andy has also acquired 3 Boys Farms in Florida, one of the top organic producers with an exclusive license to operate a Medical Marijuana Treatment Center. Things seem more clear that Andy fucking delivers. No wonder Diageo executives, Southern Glazers, Shoppers Drugmart, Broken Coast, and now we know so many more....are choosing Aphria. They are putting the right people in the right...
https://www.reddit.com/r/weedstocks/comments/a3tcfj/what_andrew_defrancesco_real...
12/06/2018 - 5:46pm
What Andrew Defrancesco really did for Aphria is.....actually impressive.
(Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Florida, Germany, Growing, Italy, Jamaica, Marketing, Medical Marijuana, News, Organic, United States) Now that we have had some time to understand more of what's going on, and this short thesis has been largely debunked. There is still the worst of it to figure out. Let's examine the man at the center of it all.......Andy Defrancesco. Andy if you're reading this, chime in! (and keep the Twitter a little more classy, would ya? Please?) Seems as though this man secured: The one and only license in Argentina (44M people) Right of first acceptance/refusal for Brazil (209M people) One of only two Tier 3 licenses in Jamaica. (3M people) Prime growing territory in the coffee region of Colombia. (49M people) Andy has also acquired 3 Boys Farms in Florida, one of the top organic producers with an exclusive license to operate a Medical Marijuana Treatment Center. Things seem more clear that Andy fucking delivers. No wonder Diageo executives, Southern Glazers, Shoppers Drugmart, Broken Coast, and now we know so many more....are choosing Aphria. They are putting the right people in the right...
https://www.reddit.com/r/weedstocks/comments/a3tcfj/what_andrew_defrancesco_real...
12/06/2018 - 5:46pm
What Andrew Defrancesco really did for Aphria is.....actually impressive.
(Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Florida, Germany, Growing, Italy, Jamaica, Marketing, Medical Marijuana, News, Organic, United States) Now that we have had some time to understand more of what's going on, and this short thesis has been largely debunked. There is still the worst of it to figure out. Let's examine the man at the center of it all.......Andy Defrancesco. Andy if you're reading this, chime in! (and keep the Twitter a little more classy, would ya? Please?) Seems as though this man secured: The one and only license in Argentina (44M people) Right of first acceptance/refusal for Brazil (209M people) One of only two Tier 3 licenses in Jamaica. (3M people) Prime growing territory in the coffee region of Colombia. (49M people) Andy has also acquired 3 Boys Farms in Florida, one of the top organic producers with an exclusive license to operate a Medical Marijuana Treatment Center. Things seem more clear that Andy fucking delivers. No wonder Diageo executives, Southern Glazers, Shoppers Drugmart, Broken Coast, and now we know so many more....are choosing Aphria. They are putting the right people in the right...
https://www.reddit.com/r/weedstocks/comments/a3tcfj/what_andrew_defrancesco_real...
12/06/2018 - 5:46pm
What Andrew Defrancesco really did for Aphria is.....actually impressive.
(Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Florida, Germany, Growing, Italy, Jamaica, Marketing, Medical Marijuana, News, Organic, United States) Now that we have had some time to understand more of what's going on, and this short thesis has been largely debunked. There is still the worst of it to figure out. Let's examine the man at the center of it all.......Andy Defrancesco. Andy if you're reading this, chime in! (and keep the Twitter a little more classy, would ya? Please?) Seems as though this man secured: The one and only license in Argentina (44M people) Right of first acceptance/refusal for Brazil (209M people) One of only two Tier 3 licenses in Jamaica. (3M people) Prime growing territory in the coffee region of Colombia. (49M people) Andy has also acquired 3 Boys Farms in Florida, one of the top organic producers with an exclusive license to operate a Medical Marijuana Treatment Center. Things seem more clear that Andy fucking delivers. No wonder Diageo executives, Southern Glazers, Shoppers Drugmart, Broken Coast, and now we know so many more....are choosing Aphria. They are putting the right people in the right...
https://www.reddit.com/r/weedstocks/comments/a3tcfj/what_andrew_defrancesco_real...
12/06/2018 - 5:46pm
What Andrew Defrancesco really did for Aphria is.....actually impressive.
(Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Florida, Germany, Growing, Italy, Jamaica, Marketing, Medical Marijuana, News, Organic, United States) Now that we have had some time to understand more of what's going on, and this short thesis has been largely debunked. There is still the worst of it to figure out. Let's examine the man at the center of it all.......Andy Defrancesco. Andy if you're reading this, chime in! (and keep the Twitter a little more classy, would ya? Please?) Seems as though this man secured: The one and only license in Argentina (44M people) Right of first acceptance/refusal for Brazil (209M people) One of only two Tier 3 licenses in Jamaica. (3M people) Prime growing territory in the coffee region of Colombia. (49M people) Andy has also acquired 3 Boys Farms in Florida, one of the top organic producers with an exclusive license to operate a Medical Marijuana Treatment Center. Things seem more clear that Andy fucking delivers. No wonder Diageo executives, Southern Glazers, Shoppers Drugmart, Broken Coast, and now we know so many more....are choosing Aphria. They are putting the right people in the right...
https://www.reddit.com/r/weedstocks/comments/a3tcfj/what_andrew_defrancesco_real...
12/06/2018 - 5:46pm
What Andrew Defrancesco really did for Aphria is.....actually impressive.
(Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Florida, Germany, Growing, Italy, Jamaica, Marketing, Medical Marijuana, News, Organic, United States) Now that we have had some time to understand more of what's going on, and this short thesis has been largely debunked. There is still the worst of it to figure out. Let's examine the man at the center of it all.......Andy Defrancesco. Andy if you're reading this, chime in! (and keep the Twitter a little more classy, would ya? Please?) Seems as though this man secured: The one and only license in Argentina (44M people) Right of first acceptance/refusal for Brazil (209M people) One of only two Tier 3 licenses in Jamaica. (3M people) Prime growing territory in the coffee region of Colombia. (49M people) Andy has also acquired 3 Boys Farms in Florida, one of the top organic producers with an exclusive license to operate a Medical Marijuana Treatment Center. Things seem more clear that Andy fucking delivers. No wonder Diageo executives, Southern Glazers, Shoppers Drugmart, Broken Coast, and now we know so many more....are choosing Aphria. They are putting the right people in the right...
https://www.reddit.com/r/weedstocks/comments/a3tcfj/what_andrew_defrancesco_real...
12/06/2018 - 1:02pm
TILT Acquires Cannabis Distribution Startup Blackbird and Medical Cannabis Operator Standard Farms
(Acquisitions, Arizona, California, Canada, Cannabis, Development, Distribution, Events, Extraction, Financing, Inventory Management, Investing, Investors, Jamaica, Legalization, Management, Massachusetts, Media, Medical Marijuana, Nevada, News, Pennsylvania, Products, Puerto Rico, Recreational, Regulations, Software, United States, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Cultivation, Intellectual Property) TILT Holdings Inc. (“TILT” or the “Company”) (CSE:TILT), a vertically-integrated infrastructure and technology platform serving the cannabis industry, announced it has acquired two leading cannabis companies to expand its capabilities in the cultivation and logistics spaces. TILT has acquired Blackbird Holdings Corp. (“Blackbird”), a distribution company providing logistics operations and software solutions for each touchpoint in the cannabis supply chain. This announcement is the latest in a series of moves to expand TILT’s offerings for cannabis businesses and consumers. Today, TILT officially began trading on the Canadian Securities Exchange under the ticker symbol “TILT”. “The Blackbird acquisition represents a major expansion of our operations and delivery capabilities for cannabis businesses,” said Alex Coleman, CEO of TILT. “Blackbird has built out an incredible offering of solutions focused on distribution and last-mile, direct-to-consumer delivery as well as software for...
https://investingnews.com/daily/cannabis-investing/tilt-acquires-cannabis-distri...
12/06/2018 - 1:02pm
TILT Acquires Cannabis Distribution Startup Blackbird and Medical Cannabis Operator Standard Farms
(Acquisitions, Arizona, California, Canada, Cannabis, Development, Distribution, Events, Extraction, Financing, Inventory Management, Investing, Investors, Jamaica, Legalization, Management, Massachusetts, Media, Medical Marijuana, Nevada, News, Pennsylvania, Products, Puerto Rico, Recreational, Regulations, Software, United States, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Cultivation, Intellectual Property) TILT Holdings Inc. (“TILT” or the “Company”) (CSE:TILT), a vertically-integrated infrastructure and technology platform serving the cannabis industry, announced it has acquired two leading cannabis companies to expand its capabilities in the cultivation and logistics spaces. TILT has acquired Blackbird Holdings Corp. (“Blackbird”), a distribution company providing logistics operations and software solutions for each touchpoint in the cannabis supply chain. This announcement is the latest in a series of moves to expand TILT’s offerings for cannabis businesses and consumers. Today, TILT officially began trading on the Canadian Securities Exchange under the ticker symbol “TILT”. “The Blackbird acquisition represents a major expansion of our operations and delivery capabilities for cannabis businesses,” said Alex Coleman, CEO of TILT. “Blackbird has built out an incredible offering of solutions focused on distribution and last-mile, direct-to-consumer delivery as well as software for...
https://investingnews.com/daily/cannabis-investing/tilt-acquires-cannabis-distri...
12/06/2018 - 1:02pm
TILT Acquires Cannabis Distribution Startup Blackbird and Medical Cannabis Operator Standard Farms
(Acquisitions, Arizona, California, Canada, Cannabis, Development, Distribution, Events, Extraction, Financing, Inventory Management, Investing, Investors, Jamaica, Legalization, Management, Massachusetts, Media, Medical Marijuana, Nevada, News, Pennsylvania, Products, Puerto Rico, Recreational, Regulations, Software, United States, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Cultivation, Intellectual Property) TILT Holdings Inc. (“TILT” or the “Company”) (CSE:TILT), a vertically-integrated infrastructure and technology platform serving the cannabis industry, announced it has acquired two leading cannabis companies to expand its capabilities in the cultivation and logistics spaces. TILT has acquired Blackbird Holdings Corp. (“Blackbird”), a distribution company providing logistics operations and software solutions for each touchpoint in the cannabis supply chain. This announcement is the latest in a series of moves to expand TILT’s offerings for cannabis businesses and consumers. Today, TILT officially began trading on the Canadian Securities Exchange under the ticker symbol “TILT”. “The Blackbird acquisition represents a major expansion of our operations and delivery capabilities for cannabis businesses,” said Alex Coleman, CEO of TILT. “Blackbird has built out an incredible offering of solutions focused on distribution and last-mile, direct-to-consumer delivery as well as software for...
https://investingnews.com/daily/cannabis-investing/tilt-acquires-cannabis-distri...
12/06/2018 - 1:02pm
TILT Acquires Cannabis Distribution Startup Blackbird and Medical Cannabis Operator Standard Farms
(Acquisitions, Arizona, California, Canada, Cannabis, Development, Distribution, Events, Extraction, Financing, Inventory Management, Investing, Investors, Jamaica, Legalization, Management, Massachusetts, Media, Medical Marijuana, Nevada, News, Pennsylvania, Products, Puerto Rico, Recreational, Regulations, Software, United States, Dispensaries, Recreational Cannabis, Cultivation, Intellectual Property) TILT Holdings Inc. (“TILT” or the “Company”) (CSE:TILT), a vertically-integrated infrastructure and technology platform serving the cannabis industry, announced it has acquired two leading cannabis companies to expand its capabilities in the cultivation and logistics spaces. TILT has acquired Blackbird Holdings Corp. (“Blackbird”), a distribution company providing logistics operations and software solutions for each touchpoint in the cannabis supply chain. This announcement is the latest in a series of moves to expand TILT’s offerings for cannabis businesses and consumers. Today, TILT officially began trading on the Canadian Securities Exchange under the ticker symbol “TILT”. “The Blackbird acquisition represents a major expansion of our operations and delivery capabilities for cannabis businesses,” said Alex Coleman, CEO of TILT. “Blackbird has built out an incredible offering of solutions focused on distribution and last-mile, direct-to-consumer delivery as well as software for...
https://investingnews.com/daily/cannabis-investing/tilt-acquires-cannabis-distri...
12/06/2018 - 8:56am
CROP Begins Development on Outdoor 1,729,000 Square Foot Cannabis Farm in Nevada
(Apps, Branding, California, Cannabis, CBD, Development, Distribution, Events, Extraction, Feedstock, Growing, Investing, Italy, Jamaica, Joint Ventures, Medical Marijuana, Nevada, News, Products, United States, Washington, Cultivation, Real Estate) CROP Infrastructure Corp. (CSE: CROP , OTC:CRXPF) announced today it is beginning Phase 1 development covering 1,729,000 square feet (40 acres) of outdoor cannabis and 60,000 square feet of greenhouse at its 1,000-acre cannabis farm in Nevada. It will be protected by an eight-foot-high block wall topped with razor wire and an interior chain link razor wire fence with a guard tower and CCTV. The cost is expected to be $600,000 with final pricing being determined on the greenhouse. Phase 2 will be to triple the size and output of the farm with the addition of 5,227,200 square feet (120 acres) including an additional 120,000 square feet of greenhouse. Phase 1’s outdoor output is estimated to be roughly 80,000 pounds per year. The project sits on 1,000 acres of unincorporated land 3.5 hours north of Las Vegas on Highway 95 where outdoor and greenhouse growing is permitted. The company is now accepting 2019 off take orders and supply agreement requests from processors, distributors and...
https://investingnews.com/daily/cannabis-investing/crop-begins-development-on-ou...
12/06/2018 - 8:56am
CROP Begins Development on Outdoor 1,729,000 Square Foot Cannabis Farm in Nevada
(Apps, Branding, California, Cannabis, CBD, Development, Distribution, Events, Extraction, Feedstock, Growing, Investing, Italy, Jamaica, Joint Ventures, Medical Marijuana, Nevada, News, Products, United States, Washington, Cultivation, Real Estate) CROP Infrastructure Corp. (CSE: CROP , OTC:CRXPF) announced today it is beginning Phase 1 development covering 1,729,000 square feet (40 acres) of outdoor cannabis and 60,000 square feet of greenhouse at its 1,000-acre cannabis farm in Nevada. It will be protected by an eight-foot-high block wall topped with razor wire and an interior chain link razor wire fence with a guard tower and CCTV. The cost is expected to be $600,000 with final pricing being determined on the greenhouse. Phase 2 will be to triple the size and output of the farm with the addition of 5,227,200 square feet (120 acres) including an additional 120,000 square feet of greenhouse. Phase 1’s outdoor output is estimated to be roughly 80,000 pounds per year. The project sits on 1,000 acres of unincorporated land 3.5 hours north of Las Vegas on Highway 95 where outdoor and greenhouse growing is permitted. The company is now accepting 2019 off take orders and supply agreement requests from processors, distributors and...
https://investingnews.com/daily/cannabis-investing/crop-begins-development-on-ou...
12/06/2018 - 8:56am
CROP Begins Development on Outdoor 1,729,000 Square Foot Cannabis Farm in Nevada
(Apps, Branding, California, Cannabis, CBD, Development, Distribution, Events, Extraction, Feedstock, Growing, Investing, Italy, Jamaica, Joint Ventures, Medical Marijuana, Nevada, News, Products, United States, Washington, Cultivation, Real Estate) CROP Infrastructure Corp. (CSE: CROP , OTC:CRXPF) announced today it is beginning Phase 1 development covering 1,729,000 square feet (40 acres) of outdoor cannabis and 60,000 square feet of greenhouse at its 1,000-acre cannabis farm in Nevada. It will be protected by an eight-foot-high block wall topped with razor wire and an interior chain link razor wire fence with a guard tower and CCTV. The cost is expected to be $600,000 with final pricing being determined on the greenhouse. Phase 2 will be to triple the size and output of the farm with the addition of 5,227,200 square feet (120 acres) including an additional 120,000 square feet of greenhouse. Phase 1’s outdoor output is estimated to be roughly 80,000 pounds per year. The project sits on 1,000 acres of unincorporated land 3.5 hours north of Las Vegas on Highway 95 where outdoor and greenhouse growing is permitted. The company is now accepting 2019 off take orders and supply agreement requests from processors, distributors and...
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12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/who-wants-to-visit-uruguay-and-canada-where-canna...
12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/who-wants-to-visit-uruguay-and-canada-where-canna...
12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
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12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
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12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/who-wants-to-visit-uruguay-and-canada-where-canna...
12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
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12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/who-wants-to-visit-uruguay-and-canada-where-canna...
12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/who-wants-to-visit-uruguay-and-canada-where-canna...
12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
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12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/who-wants-to-visit-uruguay-and-canada-where-canna...
12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/who-wants-to-visit-uruguay-and-canada-where-canna...
12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/who-wants-to-visit-uruguay-and-canada-where-canna...
12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/who-wants-to-visit-uruguay-and-canada-where-canna...
12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/who-wants-to-visit-uruguay-and-canada-where-canna...
12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/who-wants-to-visit-uruguay-and-canada-where-canna...
12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
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11/27/2018 - 8:20am
Is Marijuana Still a Bullish Market?
(Canada, Cannabis, Distribution, Facilities, Growers, Investments, Investors, Jamaica, New York, News, Organic, Production, Products, United States, Cultivation) Massive daily gains and an equally massive investor base have both contributed to the overwhelming bullish market sentiment for marijuana stocks over the past two years. As new stocks come into play and the normalization of the industry rises, many investors are wondering if cannabis can still be considered a bullish market. Much of the initial bullish sentiment in the marijuana stock space came from high expectations regarding where the market could potentially go. Data continued to come out showing that valuations were extremely high and the market may hit the billions within five or so years. Not only did this help to fuel a massive influx of capital into the market, but it also meant that some valuations were slightly inflated. In addition, many investors quickly began to invest off of speculation rather than intrinsic value. Pot stocks in the early days of cannabis saw their prices double or triple in value with some of the top gainers seeing percent changes of as much as 2000%...
https://marijuanastocks.com/is-marijuana-still-a-bullish-market/
11/27/2018 - 8:20am
Is Marijuana Still a Bullish Market?
(Canada, Cannabis, Distribution, Facilities, Growers, Investments, Investors, Jamaica, New York, News, Organic, Production, Products, United States, Cultivation) Massive daily gains and an equally massive investor base have both contributed to the overwhelming bullish market sentiment for marijuana stocks over the past two years. As new stocks come into play and the normalization of the industry rises, many investors are wondering if cannabis can still be considered a bullish market. Much of the initial bullish sentiment in the marijuana stock space came from high expectations regarding where the market could potentially go. Data continued to come out showing that valuations were extremely high and the market may hit the billions within five or so years. Not only did this help to fuel a massive influx of capital into the market, but it also meant that some valuations were slightly inflated. In addition, many investors quickly began to invest off of speculation rather than intrinsic value. Pot stocks in the early days of cannabis saw their prices double or triple in value with some of the top gainers seeing percent changes of as much as 2000%...
https://marijuanastocks.com/is-marijuana-still-a-bullish-market/
11/27/2018 - 8:20am
Is Marijuana Still a Bullish Market?
(Canada, Cannabis, Distribution, Facilities, Growers, Investments, Investors, Jamaica, New York, News, Organic, Production, Products, United States, Cultivation) Massive daily gains and an equally massive investor base have both contributed to the overwhelming bullish market sentiment for marijuana stocks over the past two years. As new stocks come into play and the normalization of the industry rises, many investors are wondering if cannabis can still be considered a bullish market. Much of the initial bullish sentiment in the marijuana stock space came from high expectations regarding where the market could potentially go. Data continued to come out showing that valuations were extremely high and the market may hit the billions within five or so years. Not only did this help to fuel a massive influx of capital into the market, but it also meant that some valuations were slightly inflated. In addition, many investors quickly began to invest off of speculation rather than intrinsic value. Pot stocks in the early days of cannabis saw their prices double or triple in value with some of the top gainers seeing percent changes of as much as 2000%...
https://marijuanastocks.com/is-marijuana-still-a-bullish-market/
11/21/2018 - 8:04am
Marijuana Stock Earnings Reports Affect Market Growth
(Canada, Cannabis, Facilities, Growers, Growing, Investments, Investors, Jamaica, Legalization, News, Organic, Products, Recreational, Recreational Cannabis) This year has shown itself to be a marker for the massive growth potential in the marijuana stock market. With the opening of the first nationally legalized recreational cannabis market in Canada, along with a positive sentiment from across the U.S. shown by the results of the midterm elections, it appears as though this year has been instrumental for the cannabis industry. Last week, several of the industry leaders released earnings reports, which helped to reinforce a large amount of the common trends that have been seen in the industry thus far. Companies such as Aurora Cannabis (NYSE: ACB ), Tilray (NASDAQ: TLRY ) and Cronos Group (NASDAQ: CRON ) continue to be seen as market trend-setters. Several aspects of the cannabis industry can be deduced from the most recent trends shown by these earnings reports and they may help investors who are looking to get into the market. The numbers are heavily indicating that there is a massive surge in sales throughout the marijuana market; more...
https://marijuanastocks.com/marijuana-stock-earnings-reports-affect-market-growt...
11/21/2018 - 8:04am
Marijuana Stock Earnings Reports Affect Market Growth
(Canada, Cannabis, Facilities, Growers, Growing, Investments, Investors, Jamaica, Legalization, News, Organic, Products, Recreational, Recreational Cannabis) This year has shown itself to be a marker for the massive growth potential in the marijuana stock market. With the opening of the first nationally legalized recreational cannabis market in Canada, along with a positive sentiment from across the U.S. shown by the results of the midterm elections, it appears as though this year has been instrumental for the cannabis industry. Last week, several of the industry leaders released earnings reports, which helped to reinforce a large amount of the common trends that have been seen in the industry thus far. Companies such as Aurora Cannabis (NYSE: ACB ), Tilray (NASDAQ: TLRY ) and Cronos Group (NASDAQ: CRON ) continue to be seen as market trend-setters. Several aspects of the cannabis industry can be deduced from the most recent trends shown by these earnings reports and they may help investors who are looking to get into the market. The numbers are heavily indicating that there is a massive surge in sales throughout the marijuana market; more...
https://marijuanastocks.com/marijuana-stock-earnings-reports-affect-market-growt...
11/15/2018 - 8:28am
The Green Organic Dutchman Holdings Ltd. (TGOD) (TGODF) partners with Velvet Management Inc. to distribute premium organic cannabis
(Alcohol, Branding, Canada, Cannabis, Distribution, Distributor, Facilities, Investments, Jamaica, Management, Marketing, News, Organic, Packaging, Products, Recreational, Cultivation, Retail Sales) The Green Organic Dutchman partners with Velvet Management Inc. to distribute premium organic cannabis across all recreational adult use markets in Canada The Green Organic Dutchman Holdings Ltd. (the“Company” or “TGOD”) (TGOD.TO) (TGODF) is pleased to announce a supply partnership with Velvet Management Inc. for sales and distribution to provincial liquor and cannabis boards across Canada . Velvet is a new company with distinct ownership created by the largest wine distributor in Canada , Philippe Dandurand Wines . TGOD is committed to best-in-class distribution for its premium, certified organic cannabis. Sales and relationships with provincial cannabis and liquor boards is a critical aspect to TGOD’s success. Through the partnership with Velvet, TGOD has secured a strong entry point with every provincial liquor and cannabis board across Canada . Dandurand has been a successful Canadian enterprise since 1968, specializing in importing wines from various countries around the world...
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11/15/2018 - 8:28am
The Green Organic Dutchman Holdings Ltd. (TGOD) (TGODF) partners with Velvet Management Inc. to distribute premium organic cannabis
(Alcohol, Branding, Canada, Cannabis, Distribution, Distributor, Facilities, Investments, Jamaica, Management, Marketing, News, Organic, Packaging, Products, Recreational, Cultivation, Retail Sales) The Green Organic Dutchman partners with Velvet Management Inc. to distribute premium organic cannabis across all recreational adult use markets in Canada The Green Organic Dutchman Holdings Ltd. (the“Company” or “TGOD”) (TGOD.TO) (TGODF) is pleased to announce a supply partnership with Velvet Management Inc. for sales and distribution to provincial liquor and cannabis boards across Canada . Velvet is a new company with distinct ownership created by the largest wine distributor in Canada , Philippe Dandurand Wines . TGOD is committed to best-in-class distribution for its premium, certified organic cannabis. Sales and relationships with provincial cannabis and liquor boards is a critical aspect to TGOD’s success. Through the partnership with Velvet, TGOD has secured a strong entry point with every provincial liquor and cannabis board across Canada . Dandurand has been a successful Canadian enterprise since 1968, specializing in importing wines from various countries around the world...
https://marijuanastocks.com/tgod-tgod-f-partners-with-velvet-management-inc-to-d...
11/13/2018 - 8:12am
The Green Organic Dutchman Holdings Ltd. (TGOD) (TGODF) Reports Q3 Results
(Beverages, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, Development, Distribution, Facilities, Grower, Growers, Hemp, Hemp Products, Investments, Investors, Jamaica, Legalization, Management, Marketing, Mexico, News, Organic, Poland, Production, Products, Recreational, Regulations, Research, Retail Stores, Strains, Videos, Industrial Hemp, THC, Recreational Cannabis, Cultivation, Retail Sales, Funding) The Green Organic Dutchman Reports Q3 Results The Green Organic Dutchman Holdings Ltd. (the “Company” or “TGOD“) (TGOD.TO) (US:TGODF) reported its financial and operational results for the third quarter of fiscal 2018, ended September 30 th, 2018. These filings are available for review on the Company’s SEDAR profile at www.sedar.com Continues to make significant progress on the construction of its facilities in Hamilton, Ontario and Valleyfield, Quebec , having deployed a total of $33 million in capital expenditures in the third quarter of 2018. TGOD is on schedule to launch commercial production in both facilities during the first half of 2019. Is optimizing commercial cultivation at its existing facility in Hamilton , developing five new strains for placement into the medical and recreational markets to ensure it’s in position to provide patients and consumers with consistent, reliable, premium product. The most recent commercial crop harvested will be allocated to TGOD’s select “...
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11/13/2018 - 8:12am
The Green Organic Dutchman Holdings Ltd. (TGOD) (TGODF) Reports Q3 Results
(Beverages, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, Development, Distribution, Facilities, Grower, Growers, Hemp, Hemp Products, Investments, Investors, Jamaica, Legalization, Management, Marketing, Mexico, News, Organic, Poland, Production, Products, Recreational, Regulations, Research, Retail Stores, Strains, Videos, Industrial Hemp, THC, Recreational Cannabis, Cultivation, Retail Sales, Funding) The Green Organic Dutchman Reports Q3 Results The Green Organic Dutchman Holdings Ltd. (the “Company” or “TGOD“) (TGOD.TO) (US:TGODF) reported its financial and operational results for the third quarter of fiscal 2018, ended September 30 th, 2018. These filings are available for review on the Company’s SEDAR profile at www.sedar.com Continues to make significant progress on the construction of its facilities in Hamilton, Ontario and Valleyfield, Quebec , having deployed a total of $33 million in capital expenditures in the third quarter of 2018. TGOD is on schedule to launch commercial production in both facilities during the first half of 2019. Is optimizing commercial cultivation at its existing facility in Hamilton , developing five new strains for placement into the medical and recreational markets to ensure it’s in position to provide patients and consumers with consistent, reliable, premium product. The most recent commercial crop harvested will be allocated to TGOD’s select “...
https://marijuanastocks.com/tgod-tgodf-reports-q3-results/
11/13/2018 - 8:12am
The Green Organic Dutchman Holdings Ltd. (TGOD) (TGODF) Reports Q3 Results
(Beverages, Canada, Cannabis, CBD, Development, Distribution, Facilities, Grower, Growers, Hemp, Hemp Products, Investments, Investors, Jamaica, Legalization, Management, Marketing, Mexico, News, Organic, Poland, Production, Products, Recreational, Regulations, Research, Retail Stores, Strains, Videos, Industrial Hemp, THC, Recreational Cannabis, Cultivation, Retail Sales, Funding) The Green Organic Dutchman Reports Q3 Results The Green Organic Dutchman Holdings Ltd. (the “Company” or “TGOD“) (TGOD.TO) (US:TGODF) reported its financial and operational results for the third quarter of fiscal 2018, ended September 30 th, 2018. These filings are available for review on the Company’s SEDAR profile at www.sedar.com Continues to make significant progress on the construction of its facilities in Hamilton, Ontario and Valleyfield, Quebec , having deployed a total of $33 million in capital expenditures in the third quarter of 2018. TGOD is on schedule to launch commercial production in both facilities during the first half of 2019. Is optimizing commercial cultivation at its existing facility in Hamilton , developing five new strains for placement into the medical and recreational markets to ensure it’s in position to provide patients and consumers with consistent, reliable, premium product. The most recent commercial crop harvested will be allocated to TGOD’s select “...
https://marijuanastocks.com/tgod-tgodf-reports-q3-results/