Employees at 13 SQDC branches held another one-day walkout today, Saturday, June 18.
With a focus on quality at scale, Cannara Biotech is positioning itself as a trusted source of premium brands and products rooted in cannabis culture, offered at market-disrupting value propositions.
Neptune Wellness, the company behind cannabis brands Mood Ring and PanHash, intends to divest its Canadian cannabis business in an attempt to rebrand itself as a consumer packaged goods company.
Initially intended to be a micro facility, Fournier eventually opted for a standard licence allowing him a slightly larger indoor facility, as well as a greenhouse and two outdoor fields. He also formed a partnership with CANNA Canada, a company specializing in nutrients and growing substrates, to develop the CANNA Canada Research & Knowledge Center, conducting plant research, field product testing and analysis for product development for specific plant needs.
The Société québécoise du cannabis (SQDC) brought in $190.5 million in sales in the last four months of 2021, an increase of $17.5 million from the previous quarter, according to their most recent quarterly report.