Sebastien St-Louis

Hexo’s pot-infused beverages, developed in concert with alcohol giant Molson Coors, are set to hit shelves the same day the products are cleared for sale in Canada
A multimillion-dollar acquisition that is poised to make Gatineau-based Hexo one of the world’s largest cannabis producers is now official.
In preparation for its listing this week on an American stock exchange, Hexo (
News that Molson Coors expects to bring cannabis-infused beverages to the Canadian market as early as next year sent shares of Gatineau-based marijuana producer Hexo – the brewing giant’s
Gatineau-based Hexo increased its fourth-quarter revenues 64 per cent year-over-year in the months leading up to the legalization of recreational cannabis across Canada.
A slew of expansion announcements and fresh attention on Gatineau-based Hexo have driven the company’s share price up nearly 40 per cent in the three weeks following shareholder’s calls to explore
Gatineau-based cannabis firm HEXO is under pressure from one of its largest shareholders after the group, disappointed in what it perceives as an undervalued share price, sent a letter to the firm