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Well-known hemp CBD company Charlotte’s Web Holdings, Inc.  (OTCQX: CWBHF) is expanding beyond its current model with a planned acquisition of privately-held Stanley Brothers USA Holdings. Stanley Brothers is a cannabis wellness incubator currently operating in three states (Colorado, California, Florida) with expansion plans underway in eight additional states. The acquisition though isn’t immediate. Instead, Charlotte’s Web is […]

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Participation in British Columbia’s upcoming Indigenous Shelf Space Program will be voluntary for the province’s privately owned cannabis stores, according to provincial regulators. The relatively small number of government-run stores – 20 so far – will participate, at a minimum. But industry sources expect interest among the 236 (and counting) private-sector stores to be strong. […]

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Creates Canada’s Largest Cannabis Retailer with 63 Retail Locations1 and $133 million in Annualized Revenue Annual Cost and Operational Synergies of Approximately $8 million to $9 million Strong Balance Sheet with an Estimated $21 million in Combined Cash to Support Growth CALGARY, AB and TORONTO, Aug. 21, 2020 /CNW/ – High Tide Inc. (CSE: HITI) (OTCQB: HITIF) (Frankfurt: 2LY) (“High Tide” or the “Company“) and Meta Growth Corp. (TSXV: META) […]

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On July 22, 2020, Clint Eastwood filed two separate lawsuits in federal court in Los Angeles against three CBD manufacturers and marketing companies that posted fabricated online articles falsely claiming that Eastwood endorsed CBD products, as well as ten online CBD retailers that allegedly manipulated search results to make it appear that he had endorsed […]

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In states where cannabis is legal, local governments designated dispensaries as an essential service when COVID-19 hit. In lockstep with the lockdowns, cannabis ad compliance startup Fyllo saw an almost immediate increase in ad demand as dispensaries clamored to make sure people knew that they were open for business. But cannabis advertising is a challenging… Continue reading »

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