A U.S. cannabis company is paying top dollar to acquire an Ottawa-based firm with deep roots in the lucrative California market
California push comes as state mandates that retailers cease carrying non-compliant cannabis products – a move that's expected to benefit licensed firms such as CannaRoyalty.
“We are confident that (this) will position us as a leader in the world's largest regulated cannabis distribution system, in California.”
Canadian cannabis firms seeing boons as recreational legalization expected this year
One of Ottawa’s largest publicly traded companies says it’s been acquired by a U.S.
Shares of Ottawa-based CannaRoyalty Corp.
It’s the biggest buzzword in Canadian business today, and seemingly no entrepreneur – or politician, for that matter – can get through a conversation without uttering it at least once.
Local media technology firm Ross Video continues to grow through acquisitions after purchasing a pair of companies, including Ottawa-based Coveloz Technologies.
An Ottawa brand of baseball bats will no longer be made locally.
Apple has leased space at a Kanata office complex in preparation for setting up a facility in the National Capital Region, several sources have confirmed to OBJ.