Cannabis Stock News Roundup October 31

Aurora Cannabis (NYSE: ACB) (TSX: ACBannounced the launch of Ready for Edibles, a national bilingual campaign to educate new and experienced cannabis consumers on responsible consumption and safe storage of edibles products before they become available for sale in December.

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Core One Labs (CSE: COOL) (OTCQX: CLABF) (Frankfurt: LD6) announced that its board of directors has approved a proposed reduction in the exercise price of its outstanding share purchase warrants from the current C$3.00 per share to C$1.25 apiece. The proposed warrant repricing is subject to the approval of the registered holders of the Warrants.

Curaleaf Holdings (CSE: CURA) (OTCQX: CURLF) has agreed with Cura Partners, owners of the Select brand, to change the terms of their prior agreement for Curaleaf’s acquisition of Select’s state-regulated cannabis business. Additionally, the company also announced that the waiting period under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act of 1976 has expired with respect to the acquisition of Select by Curaleaf.

Geyser Brands (TSX-V: GYSRhas signed a joint-venture agreement with Factory Brewing to jointly develop and sell non-alcoholic cannabis-infused beverage brands in Canadian markets in two phases.

CannAmerica (CSE: CANA) (OTCQB: CNNXF) signed a licensing agreement and brand partnership with Canna Provisions. Under the agreement, Canna Provisions will have an exclusive license to manufacture and distribute CannAmerica branded cannabis-infused gummy products and Live Labs branded concentrate products in Massachusetts.

Vireo Health International (CSNX: VREO) (OTQX: VREOF) has launched its new and innovative Green Goods retail dispensary brand. The retail location in Scranton will offer customers cannabis products from Vireo and other state-licensed manufacturers.

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