Canopy Growth

Tweed will occupy the ninth floor at 555 Legget Dr. in the Kanata Research Park
Companies are researching and developing marijuana-based medicines that they hope will create lucrative intellectual property that will provide revenues far into the future.
Several local pot companies were signing significant deals that are expected to generate hundreds of jobs and collectively lead to millions of dollars in revenues.
Revenue totalled $21.7 million for the quarter ended Dec. 31, up from $9.8 million in the last three months of 2016.
Tim Hortons' parent company, Bombardier and Ottawa-area pot firm Canopy Growth are all due for quarterly earnings this week.
Canaccord Genuity's third-quarter earnings got a major lift from a flurry of deals in the Canadian cannabis sector – including a few locally.
More than a decade after the closure of Chesterville’s Nestle plant rocked the Eastern Ontario town, a new group of investors is sowing the seeds of an economic revival inside the former chocolate…
Hydropothecary has locked down a previously announced bought deal placement, with investors taking an over-allotment option for an extra $20 million in financing.
The country’s largest pot producer plans to get even bigger with a record-setting bought deal financing round.
Whether in the form of deals with provincial governments, acting as a distribution channel for regional growers or developing its own grow-ops across the country, Canopy Growth has edged its way into…