Cannabis Stock News Daily Roundup September 4


Cannabis technology firm Weedmaps is now partnering with Cova Software, a cannabis retail point-of-sale, to deliver improved real-time online menu integration. The newly-upgraded Weedmaps platform will allow medical dispensaries and recreational cannabis stores using Cova’s POS system to sync inventory online automatically.

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SugarBud Craft Growers (TSXV: SUGR) (OTC: RLLRF) has received cultivation, processing and medical sales licenses from Health Canada for “Phase 1A” of the company’s fully-constructed 29,800 square-foot cannabis cultivation facility in Stavely, Alberta. The newly-licensed area of the Stavely facility includes two dedicated flower rooms and all the necessary auxiliary rooms to support an estimated annual cultivation design capacity of approximately 3,300,000–3,890,000 grams per year at full-scale production.

Canada House Wellness Group (CSE: CHVannounced that its Abba Medix Corp. subsidiary has secured its amended sales license from Health Canada that allows for the sale of its own cannabis directly to patients and consumers. Abba is looking to sell cannabis, including its own Abba Medix brand, in dried flower format, directly to registered medical patients and authorized provincial/territorial distributors and retailers across Canada.

Curaleaf Holdings (CSE: CURA) (OTCQX: CURLF) is preparing to open its 26th Florida dispensary in Port Charlotte. Curaleaf has the largest cannabis dispensary network in the U.S. with 49 dispensaries across the country. The Port Charlotte medical cannabis center will celebrate its grand opening on September 12.

Cannabis Growth Opportunity (CSE: CGOC) (OTC: CWWBF), a cannabis-focused investment corporation with both public and private cannabis holdings, has named Sean Conacher as a director and CEO, effective immediately. Conacher is currently the CEO and founder of GCI Corp., a cannabis company with a platform that connects consumers to cannabis flower and cannabis culture, with existing or planned operations in each of the three supply chain steps – cultivation and production, distribution, and retail.

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