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Postby QualityStocks » Mon Aug 14, 2017 4:21 pm

ABcann Global (TSX.V: ABCN) (OTCQB: ABCCF) ABcann Medicinals, Inc. is a globally licensed, cost efficient producer of premium quality organic standardized medicinal cannabis. One of the earliest licensed Canadian medical marijuana producers under Canada's federally-controlled Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR), ABcann has five years of operating experience in the burgeoning medical marijuana space. The company currently owns and operates a fully functioning 14,500 square foot facility in Napanee, Ontario. Additionally, ABcann owns 65 acres of real estate with proper zoning and existing infrastructure in place to support the construction of another production facility of up to one million square feet.

In a November 2016 report, market research firm Canaccord Genuity Group forecasted that the medical marijuana market in Canada could see sales in excess of $8 billion by 2024, creating a sizable opportunity for the country's licensed producers (LPs). The research firm also noted that the "rigorous process of becoming a licensed producer of cannabis in Canada imposes significant barriers to entry and there will be a shortfall of supply in a legalized market in the short-term." This market barrier serves as a strategic advantage for ABcann as it prepares for its highly-anticipated IPO, which is currently scheduled for April 2017.

Canaccord's synopsis of the Canadian cannabis industry is supported by recent market activity, as companies sporting one of the illustrious Canadian government licenses for medicinal production have recorded strong growth following IPO. Canopy Growth (OTC: TWMJ), one of the largest fully-licensed Canadian marijuana growers, saw share prices skyrocket by more than 700 percent in the months following its initial offering. Aphria Inc. (OTC: APHQF), another licensed grower, climbed by more than 900 percent following its IPO. Other companies that have recorded huge growth since going public include Aurora Cannabis (OTC: ACBFF), climbing nearly 900 percent, and SupremePharma (OTC: SPRWF), which soared more than 1,300 percent.

With these market trends in mind, ABcann's impending IPO is one that prospective investors in the marijuana sector will want to explore. Recalls from some of the biggest players in the Canadian cannabis industry have highlighted the considerable learning curve that LPs face in today's market, which makes ABcann's proven track record in the market all the more noteworthy. The company has built a reputation over the years for its best-in-class standardized approach to growing cannabis, including the thoughtful omission of pesticides and a computer monitored growing technique that allows ABcann to minimize the risks of variance in its yields and ensure the creation of consistently high-quality products.

This technique, which the company calls the ABcann Advantage, has helped it record a customer retention rate of 94.7 percent alongside 30 percent month-over-month customer growth. When combined with ABcann's current yield rate, which it has measured at roughly 100 percent greater than the industry average, the company has constructed a strong foundation upon which to build a sizable presence in the global cannabis industry. This global growth potential is illustrated by ABcann's partnership with Israel's Syqe Medical, producer of the world's first selective-dose pharmaceutical grade medicinal plant inhaler. After visiting the company's production facility, Perry Davidson, founder of Syqe Medical, noted that ABcann's production technologies put it "in a class with the best in the world" in its ability to produce standardized pharmaceutical grade cannabis.

ABcann's entry into the public sector is being guided by a seasoned management team, board of directors and advisory board that feature well over a century of combined industry experience. Ken Clement, the company' founder and executive chairman, has been the key component and driving force behind ABcann's development since its inception. His vision of standardized production and dosage sets ABcann apart in the medical cannabis sector. Clement is joined on the company's management team by CEO Aaron Keay. Keay brings more than a decade of capital markets experience to ABcann, having played a role in raising approximately $250 million for public and private market issuers.

Notably, ABcann also has access to the 'Father of Cannabis Research', Raphael Mechoulam, PhD, through its board of advisors. An organic chemist and professor of medicinal chemistry at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Mechoulam was the first scientist to isolate both cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), and he has received more than 25 prestigious academic awards, including the Rothschild Prize in Chemical Sciences and Physical Sciences in 2012.

With more than 65 acres of growth capacity, a healthy cash balance to fund upcoming construction efforts, steady sales growth, industry-leading yield rates and an established operations team in place, ABcann is well-positioned to compete in the rapidly-expanding Canadian medicinal cannabis industry. These factors, along with the company's ongoing global expansion into the European, Australian and Israeli markets, show why ABcann Medicinals' upcoming public offering fits the bill as "Canada's Next Medical Marijuana IPO."
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Re: ABcann Global (TSX.V: ABCN) (OTCQB: ABCCF)

Postby QualityStocks » Mon Aug 14, 2017 4:58 pm

ABcann Global Corporation (TSX.V: ABCN) (OTCQB: ABCCF) Looks Strong for Investors in Booming Canadian Cannabis Market

- ABcann’s low current market cap compared to similar companies offers an obvious opportunity for investors
- ABcann Global is one of Canada’s most dominant growers of medical marijuana and one of the growers to meet Canadian government’s stringent licensing requirements
- Major expansion of ABcann’s production capacity is underway

An interesting opportunity for investors can be found in ABcann Global Corporation (TSX.V: ABCN) (OTCQB: ABCCF), a Canadian grower of medical marijuana. ABcann recently acquired ABcann Medicinals and boasts a recent IPO, appointment of a new medical consultant, and major expansion plans.

ABcann is new to the public market, having launched its initial public offering on May 4. However, the company is one of the most experienced Canadian growers. ABcann is one of Canada’s dominant medical growers, producing organically grown, pesticide-free medicinal-grade marijuana using scalable, proprietary growing technology, which allows the consistent generation of high-quality products.

The company’s low current market cap offers an obvious opportunity for investors, as ABcann compares well with other companies in the industry. For example, Supreme Pharmaceuticals has a market cap of $250 million, and Hydropothecary Corp. is valued at $150 million. Emblem Corp. – with the same size growing facility as ABcann – is valued at $200 million.

ABcann’s expansion plans are ramping up, and its proprietary, advanced growing technology is highly scalable. A new chamber is planned for the company’s current facility in Napanee, Ontario, which currently produces 1,000 kilograms annually.

In addition, land has already been purchased for a new 71,000 square-foot facility which will have a production capacity of 20,000 kilograms each year – 20 times ABcann’s current production. In further plans, a 65-acre property for a planned 1.2 million square-foot growing facility is ready for development.

One of the first companies to obtain a production license under Canadian Marijuana for Medical Purposes Regulation, ABcann acquired a license in March 2014. Only three percent of companies that apply for a license make it through the extensive six-step process, which requires a comprehensive background check and prior investment in a growing facility.

In July, ABcann announced its inclusion in the Horizons Medical Marijuana Life Sciences ETF (TSX: HMMJ). The ETF index selects companies with operations in biopharmaceuticals, medical manufacturing, distribution, and other marijuana industry services.

In June, the company announced the appointment of Dr. Michael Shannon as chief medical consultant. Shannon brings a long history of health care experience in the private and public sectors and joins an all-star management and advisory team which includes Dr. Raphael Mechoulam, a professor of medicinal chemistry at Hebrew University of Jerusalem who is widely regarded as the “Father of Marijuana Research.”

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.ABcann.ca
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Re: ABcann Global (TSX.V: ABCN) (OTCQB: ABCCF)

Postby QualityStocks » Tue Aug 15, 2017 5:03 pm

Green Rush taking Hold in Canada as US Lawmakers Continue to Spin Tires

NetworkNewsWire Coverage: The North American marijuana market is growing at rates that are similar to those recorded by broadband internet in the 2000s. This stunning comparison, noted in a 2017 report by Arcview Market Research, highlights the potential short-term and long-term effects of what many analysts are referring to as the “green rush.” ABcann Global Corp. (OTCQB: ABCCF) (TSX.V: ABCN) (ABcann Profile) is one company looking to make the most of the opportunities presented by this growth. With a strong cash position and plans to implement one of the most aggressive expansion plans in the industry, ABcann could be the next in a long line of cannabis stocks that have exploded in value in recent years. Some examples include Canopy Growth Corp. (OTC: TWMJF) (TSX: WEED), which rose by more than 700 percent following its initial public offering; Aphria, Inc. (OTCQB: APHQF) (TSX.V: APH), which spiked from C$0.75 at IPO to a high of C$6.60 earlier this year; Supreme Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (OTC: SPRWF) (TSX.V: FIRE), which soared by over 1,600 percent after its IPO; and industry investment firm Cannabis Wheaton Income Corp. (OTC: KWFLF) (TSX.V: CBW).

According to Arcview data, the North American cannabis sector is currently on pace to achieve a compound annual growth rate of 25 percent through 2021, when the market is expected to top $20.2 billion. “What broadband changed for the internet was a kind of remarkable parallel to legalization for cannabis,” Tom Adams, editor in chief of Arcview Market Research, stated in an interview1 with Business Insider. “We saw what had been a $5 billion industry — like this one — in North America take off at that point on new growth spurts.” These parallels are promising for investors looking to capitalize on the ongoing cannabis boom. In early 2000, Pew Research Center2 found that just one percent of U.S. adults had access to home broadband services. Today, nearly three-quarters of U.S. adults have broadband service at home.

While a considerable amount of the focus on North American marijuana legalization remains on the unpredictable U.S. market, it presents a number of challenges that put growers and their investors in an uncomfortable position. Although 29 states and the District of Columbia currently have laws broadly legalizing marijuana in some form, these markets operate in a sort of legal gray area that directly contradicts with existing federal laws stemming from the Controlled Substances Act (CSA). Passed in 1970, the CSA identifies marijuana as a Schedule I substance with a high potential for abuse3 and no currently accepted medical use. As such, industries operating across state lines, most notably banks and other financial institutions, have largely steered clear of the promising sector. Despite nationwide sales of $5.4 billion in 2015, according to The Arcview Group, banking options for these budding U.S. businesses have remained few and far between. A 2017 survey by the California Growers Association found that 75 percent of its members didn’t have a bank account, and this dearth of banking options extends to markets across the country, according to a survey by Marijuana Business Daily.

These banking complications present concerns regarding both the safety and sustainability of U.S. marijuana markets, and they’ve been compounded in recent months by inconsistent rhetoric from the current presidential administration. In June, the Washington Post reported4 that Attorney General Jeff Sessions requested that congressional leaders undo federal medical marijuana protections that have been in place since 2014. Sessions went on to cite a “historic drug epidemic” as justification for a planned crackdown on medical marijuana. Though the protections, known as the Rohrabacher-Farr amendment, were extended through September 30, 2017, as part of a spending bill signed into law in early May, the current administration’s efforts to “crackdown” on state cannabis programs continues to cast a shadow of unpredictability on the industry, adding an inescapable level of risk for the investment community.

While the U.S. cannabis market continues to evolve, Canada is currently preparing to legalize recreational marijuana at the federal level, becoming the first G7 country to do so. The new law, set to come into effect on July 1, 2018, will expand upon a booming medical marijuana market led by a number of licensed growers. Because licensing for growers is completed at the federal level, the number of licenses is limited, preventing the space from becoming oversaturated and enabling companies to record rapid and sustainable growth. As noted by Canaccord Genuity Group Inc. in a November 2016 report, “The rigorous process of becoming a licensed producer of cannabis in Canada imposes significant barriers to entry and there will be a shortfall of supply in a legalized market in the short-term until production capacities catch up by 2020.” The report goes on to forecast that Canadian cannabis sales could exceed $8 billion by 2024.

Many Canadian cannabis growers have already experienced sizable share price increases in recent years, but one company that could be on the verge of a significant uptick is ABcann Global Corporation. At just over three months old and having completed its U.S. listing on the OTCQB Venture Market on July 13th (http://nnw.fm/BTh41), ABcann is firing out of the gate with approximately $43 million in cash in its coffers, 100 percent ownership of a 65-acre parcel of land upon which to construct expansions to its operations and a completely licensed and fully operational production facility with annual production capacity of about 1,000 kilograms of cannabis.

At the heart of ABcann’s expansion effort is its advanced growing technology, which not only creates a consistent, organically grown, pesticide free standardized product, but also brings down costs through the use of exclusive, computer-controlled environmental systems. By monitoring every variable in the growing, curing and harvesting processes, the company is able to produce yield quantities that significantly exceed those produced through traditional growing techniques.

Unlike many of its U.S. counterparts, ABcann has found early success in attracting investors thanks in part to the predictability of the Canadian market. On August 2, the company announced (http://nnw.fm/aVAL7) the close of an initial $15 million investment by Cannabis Wheaton Income Corp., the world’s first cannabis streaming company, as part of a larger phased investment to fund an additional 50,000 square feet at ABcann’s second production facility at its 65-acre Kimmett property in Napanee, Ontario. Plans for this facility, in addition to the company’s current construction plans for a 100,000 square foot purpose built facility at the Kimmett property, position ABcann to expand at a rate that’s unparalleled in the Canadian cannabis industry. It’s important to note that Cannabis Wheaton’s valuation of ABcann comes at a 160% premium over the company’s current share price of $0.68. Cannabis Wheaton paid $2.25 per share – $15 million cash – in a $30 million financing, the remaining $15 million of which is expected to fund an additional production with ABcann.

Understanding ABcann’s potential upside is most easily accomplished by studying its competitors in the Canadian market. Because the Canadian government limits the number of cannabis production licenses granted under the Marihuana for Medical Purposes Regulations (more than 1,600 companies have applied to become licensed producers since 2013, with only 19 winning LP status from 2013-2014), the market maintains extremely high barriers to entry. These barriers helped propel Canopy Growth Corporation from a share price of C$2.20 at IPO in May 2014 to a high of C$17.86 for its Canada-listed stock in November 2016, when it became Canada’s first billion dollar marijuana stock. Today, Canopy is one of the biggest growers in the world, boasting indoor and greenhouse production facilities spanning over half a million square feet and a collection of brands such as Tweed, Bedrocan and Mettrum. Canopy’s emergence as one of the world’s leading diversified cannabis companies comes as the firm continues to steer clear of the U.S. market. As it noted in an August 4 news release, Canopy is committed to only conducting business in jurisdictions where it is “federally legal to do so,” in an effort to avoid “being exposed to undue risks.”

Aphria Inc. is another player in the Canadian cannabis industry that has experienced tremendous growth since going public in November 2014. The company’s products, which include capsules, oral solutions and vaporizers featuring 100 percent greenhouse grown medical cannabis, have propelled it to the forefront of the global medical cannabis industry. Aphria’s PPS for its Canada-listed shares hit a high of C$7.79 in November 2016 just before it closed on an offering generating gross proceeds of C$40.25 million to fund further expansion efforts. To date, the company has raised more than C$160 million while recording seven consecutive quarters of positive EBITDA and continuing to expand its production capacity. Unlike Canopy Growth Corporation, Aphria is also eyeing the unpredictable U.S. cannabis market. On April 4, Aphria announced the launch of a U.S. expansion strategy through a lead investment in an entity to be renamed Liberty Health Sciences Inc.

Another Canadian cannabis grower that’s recorded huge gains since going public is Supreme Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Since its IPO in February 2014, Supreme’s Canada-listed shares have soared by over 1,600 percent, climbing to a high of C$2.05 in November 2016. Beginning with 7ACRES, a federally approved medical marijuana company operating a hybrid greenhouse production facility, Supreme has taken a unique approach to establishing a foothold in the Canadian cannabis market. In 2015, the company focused its business model on its strength in cultivation by becoming the country’s first B2B-focused licensed producer. More recently, on June 1, Supreme announced the listing of its common shares on the TSX Venture Exchange, graduating from the Canadian Securities Exchange, in an effort to facilitate further growth.

The Canadian cannabis market has shown to be a fertile proving ground for growers with the resources, leadership and licenses required to compete. ABcann’s strong management team led by CEO Aaron Keay and chairman and founder Ken Clement, alongside its outstanding advisory board headed by the “Father of Cannabis Medicine” Dr. Raphael Mechoulam, has positioned the company to follow in the footsteps of competitors like Canopy Growth Corporation, Aphria Inc. and Supreme Pharmaceuticals. Cannabis Wheaton Income Corp. has already provided a vote of confidence for ABcann’s chances in the form of a $15 million investment, and ABcann’s aggressive expansion strategy has earned it a ‘Buy’ rating and a price target of $2.25 from PI Financial. With the company still trading for less than many of its competitors did before recording huge increases to their share prices, ABcann should be on the radar of any investor looking to capitalize on the North American marijuana boom. As noted in an article published by CNBC, “Now is the right time to bet big on marijuana… [as] the pot industry is poised to be gigantic.”

Editorial Sources:
1) Business Insider: http://nnw.fm/Q4UKl
2) Pew Research: http://nnw.fm/m0OG5
3) Drugs.com http://nnw.fm/3UhrB
4) Washington Post http://nnw.fm/J46mL

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Re: ABcann Global (TSX.V: ABCN) (OTCQB: ABCCF)

Postby QualityStocks » Wed Aug 16, 2017 5:36 pm

Investors Eye Sweet Spots in Canada’s Booming Cannabis Market

NetworkNewsWire Editorial Coverage: Canada is the mecca of the North American cannabis market, boasting legalization in every province and an array of investment opportunities, such as ABcann Global Corporation (TSX.V: ABCN) (OTCQB: ABCCF), a Canadian grower of medical marijuana. ABcann recently acquired ABcann Medicinals and boasts a recent IPO, appointment of a new medical consultant, and major expansion plans. As one of Canada’s most dominant growers of medical marijuana and one of the growers to meet the Canadian government’s stringent licensing requirements, ABcann could be positioned to see the post-IPO success achieved by Supreme Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (OTC: SPRWF) (TSX.V: FIRE), Emblem Corp. (OTC: EMMBF) (TSX.V: EMC), Canopy Growth (OTC: TWMJF) (TSX: WEED) and Aurora Cannabis (OTC: ACBFF) – all of which showcased astounding post-IPO gains in the favorable North American cannabis sector.

Ontario-based ABcann Global made its debut on the public market in May 2017 with an IPO priced at $0.80 per share and ambitious plans to foster domestic production facilities and international opportunities. PI Financial analyst Jason Zandberg was quick to initiate coverage of ABcann with a one-year price target of $2.25, which, as of August 15, represents a 160% premium over the company’s stock price of $0.68.

Despite its relative infancy as a publicly traded security, ABcann is one Canada’s dominant medical growers, recognized for using proprietary growing technology to produce organically grown, pesticide-free medicinal-grade marijuana.

The company’s low current market cap offers an obvious opportunity for investors, as ABcann compares well with other companies in an industry that Arcview Market Research expects to top $20 billion by 2021 (http://nnw.fm/4oqBD).

A look at some of ABcann’s peers demonstrates the potential of this market. Among them is Supreme Pharmaceuticals, which soared more than 1,600% after its IPO and currently trades at $0.87 per share. As of August 15, Supreme’s market cap is $250 million. Another Canadian cannabis play, Emblem Corp., has the same size growing facility as ABcann and is valued at $200 million, trading at $1.45 per share. Aurora Cannabis, which surged nearly 900% after its initial offering, trading at $1.97, is valued at $723 million.

Canopy Growth, one of the largest fully-licensed Canadian marijuana growers, saw share prices skyrocket by more than 700% in the months following its IPO. As the heavyweight of the group, Canopy is trading at $6.94 per share with a market cap of $1.17 billion.

As noted by analyst Zandberg, part of ABcann’s potential for such a performance is its ability to achieve high yields of its medicinal-grade marijuana through a scalable, computer-controlled growing environment that enables monitoring and control to ensure optimal plant growth while avoiding disease and other plight. ABcann’s expansion plans are ramping up, and a new chamber is planned for the company’s current facility in Napanee, Ontario, which currently produces 1,000 kilograms annually.

The sweet spot of ABcann’s growing position is that it owns the land to be occupied by a new 71,000-square-foot facility with a production capacity of 20,000 kilograms per year – 20 times ABcann’s current production. In further plans, a 65-acre property for a planned 1.2 million square-foot growing facility is ready for development.

Additionally, ABcann was one of the first companies to obtain a production license under Canadian Marijuana for Medical Purposes Regulation, putting it among only 3% of companies that make it through the extensive six-step application process, which requires a comprehensive background check and prior investment in a growing facility.

In July, ABcann announced its inclusion in the Horizons Medical Marijuana Life Sciences ETF (TSX: HMMJ). The ETF index selects companies with operations in biopharmaceuticals, medical manufacturing, distribution, and other marijuana industry services.

Though ABcann as a public company is only three months old, it occupies a unique position with $43 million in cash to fulfill its expansion plans. Earlier this month, as part of a $30 million financing, Cannabis Wheaton Income Corp. made an initial $15 million investment in ABcann to fund additional build-out at the company’s second production facility. The remaining $15 million will fund an additional production expansion with ABcann. Notably, Cannabis Wheaton’s valuation of ABcann matches Zandberg’s price target of $2.25 per ABcann share.
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Re: ABcann Global (TSX.V: ABCN) (OTCQB: ABCCF)

Postby QualityStocks » Thu Aug 17, 2017 4:19 pm

ABcann Global Corporation’s (TSX.V: ABCN) (OTCQB: ABCCF) New Investment a Testament to the Company’s Future

- One of first licensed medical cannabis producers in Canada
- $15 million equity investment starts construction of new 50,000 square foot facility
- Production to quadruple in booming market

Legal since 2001, medical cannabis operations in Canada changed dramatically about a year ago when the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR) went into effect. Health Canada now strictly oversees licensing, monitoring and compliance of commercial medical cannabis producers. Health Canada conducts thorough reviews of applications to ensure compliance with the regulations and works closely with producers once licensed to monitor and ensure compliance with such strictures as personnel security measures, good production practices, packaging, shipping, record keeping and import and export requirements. Licenses are difficult to acquire, and frequent inspections hold producers to stringent standards.

One of the very first licensed producers and a pioneer in Canadian medical cannabis, ABcann Global Corporation (TSX.V: ABCN) (OTCQB: ABCCF) has always held to meticulous specifications in the production of its pharmaceutical grade, plant-based medicines. Maintaining standards designed to exceed government requirements, ABcann grows plants only in small batches in order to create controllable, consistent and predictable yields. The plants are nurtured in controlled environmental chambers to deliver dependable results with each harvest. Chemical and pesticide free, ABcann produces medical cannabis that effectuates the same medical response with every use.

Medical cannabis business is booming in Canada. The number of medical marijuana patients continues to grow rapidly, increasing nearly 30 percent in the first quarter of this year, while sales of medical cannabis increased over 24 percent from last year. The growth trajectory shows no signs of slowing, and, given the licensing process and stringent inspections, licensed producers already in production are well positioned to reap substantial rewards.

Given ABcann’s underlying value, the recent announcement by Cannabis Wheaton Income Corp. (TSX.V: CBW) comes as little surprise. In a July 28th press release, Cannabis Wheaton, which invests in and supports a wide range of cannabis cultivation companies, announced Exchange approval for its purchase of $15 million of common shares of ABcann Global at $2.25 per share. This initial investment is part of a larger phased investment for the construction of an additional 50,000 square feet of pure cultivation space next to ABcann’s current 14,000 square foot cannabis cultivation facility in Ontario, Canada.

With a market capitalization around $82 million, ABcann presents great value for Cannabis Wheaton. Other Canadian licensed producers carry much higher market valuations. Emblem Corp., with nearly the same sized facility as ABcann, trades around the two dollar mark and carries a $170+ million market cap. Supreme Pharmaceuticals has a $250 million cap, and Hydropothecary Corporation maintains a $150 million cap, even after a voluntary stop-sale / stop-shipment when evidence of unapproved fungicide was found in its products. Cannabis Wheaton’s minority stake in ABcann looks to be a steal.

ABcann has already invested over $20 million in ongoing operations and international expansion plans. The company currently owns and operates a 14,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility. It also owns an adjoining 50 acres of land that’s slated for construction of the new 50,000 square foot production facility financed by Cannabis Wheaton’s equity investment. The additional cultivation space at the new facility is anticipated to provide Cannabis Wheaton with an estimated eight million grams of cannabis per year, while its equity position in ABcann should pay off handsomely as well.

ABcann’s proprietary cultivation methods already produce high quality cannabis with industry leading yields, and this latest announcement is a testament to ABcann’s future. The Canadian government recently stated that it will press ahead in 2017 with plans to legalize marijuana for adult recreational use. That market is expected to be worth $5 billion a year by 2020, according to leading industry analysts. This latest investment in ABcann appears both well timed and financially prescient.

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Re: ABcann Global (TSX.V: ABCN) (OTCQB: ABCCF)

Postby QualityStocks » Tue Aug 22, 2017 5:07 pm

Canadian Cannabis Leaders Sharpen Focus on Increasing Yield, Plant Quality

NetworkNewsWire Coverage: Growing marijuana in North America, for obvious reasons, has historically been an underground affair. Amid growing legalization in favor of recreational and medicinal use, growing cannabis on mass scale is rapidly becoming a necessity for companies in a burgeoning industry driven by incredible consumer demand. Canada is ahead of the United States in this regard, as the country legalized marijuana for medicinal use in 2001 and recently approved national legalization for recreational use, which will go into effect in 2018. For this reason, Canadian companies have access to more capital needed for production, though only three percent of growers who apply for licensing are accepted. In a highly regulated environment, Canadian growers undertake a significant task in learning how to grow marijuana on a mass scale in order to meet rising demand for high-yield, high-quality product. ABcann Global (TSX.V: ABCN) (OTCQB: ABCCF) (ABcann Profile) may have cracked the code for this need, thanks to a partnership with the University of Guelph and a $30 million financing deal with Cannabis Wheaton Income Corp. (OTC: KWFLF) (TSX.V: CBW). When the company IPO’d in May, it joined the ranks of several other Canadian companies occupying favorable market positions, including Canopy Growth Corp. (OTC: TWMJF) (TSX: WEED), Aphria, Inc. (OTCQB: APHQF) (TSX.V: APH) and Aurora Cannabis, Inc. (OTCQX: ACBFF) (TSX.V: ACB).

As one of only three percent of companies to successfully obtain a production license in 2014 under the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR), and in partnership with the University of Guelph, ABcann Global has learned the techniques of mass yield, having developed a unique, computer-controlled environmental system that replicates natural growing environments. Located at the company’s production facility in Napanee, Ontario, this controlled indoor system integrates scalable growing chambers, LED lighting, and organic fertilizers/soil while eliminating pesticides and toxins. Every aspect of the process – from air quality and oxygen, to CO2 levels, water quality, light, temperature, humidity, nutrition, and curing – is monitored and controlled for consistent, high-quality, mass-quantity plant production. Prioritizing growing techniques and getting to this stage of operations took management foresight.

Now, at just three months old, ABcann has raised $43 million in cash, allowing it to quickly execute its expansion strategy and business model. A significant aspect of this strategy – aside from its advanced growing technology – is land ownership. To this accord, ABcann owns 65 acres of land in Napanee and, with its recent financing (http://nnw.fm/aVAL7) from Cannabis Wheaton, is set to expand at an unprecedented rate in the Canadian cannabis industry.

An additional $15 million investment by Cannabis Wheaton, recognized as one of the biggest cannabis company in the world, will support a second production facility, aside from ABcann’s plans to build a 100,000-square-foot complex. The $30 million financing agreement demonstrates ABcann’s potential for growth, as Cannabis Wheaten invests in and partners with promising cannabis companies to help them leverage their diversity and expertise to fulfil its streaming goals. This strategy helps reduce the impact of licensing and build-out delays, cultivation challenges, and issues with access by clinics, pharmacies, and government purchasing agencies. Importantly, it has its own methods of boosting yield in the industry.

In addition to supplying medical marijuana within Canada, ABcann is also growing its roots internationally. The company exports seed to Australia and dried flower to Israel, and it is expected to begin shipments to Germany in 2017. Plans for expansion are being aided by a recently granted license from Health Canada to build single- or double-layer grow rooms at a new facility.

Cannabis Wheaton’s investment in ABcann was priced at a $2.25 per share valuation, an approximate 160% premium over ABcann’s current valuation between $0.61 and $0.90.

Another industry player with significant grow room is one of the biggest growers in the world, Canopy Growth. With a market cap of $1.2 billion and a 52-week range of $2.81-$14.39, Canopy represents a higher-priced entry point into the Canadian cannabis sector. The Smith Falls, Ontario-based organization maintains diversified brands and has more than 500,000 square feet of production capacity. Its Tweed brand is produced in an automated, climate-controlled greenhouse facility within the former Hershey Chocolate Factory. The company also sustains its yield through the 50,000+ square-foot Bedrocan Canada facility, which has implemented processes used in the Netherlands for decades. A second, distribution-based location delivers products imported from the Netherlands to Canadian customers.

Investors in the Canadian cannabis market also gravitate toward Aphria, with its valuation of $655.9 million and 52-week range of $1.79-$6.60. Aphria grows 100 percent of its products in a sunlight-powered greenhouse that churns out many product types and blends available to health professionals and patients via prescription. Each stage of the growing process is tightly controlled. The company engages in water sampling, nutrient profiling, and pest management, so no unwanted components are added to any of its blends. Extensive laboratory testing is conducted by in-house scientists and outside laboratories so that the potency levels of its products and quality of its procedures are upheld.

Vancouver, British Columbia-based Aurora Cannabis is focused on affordable medical products and offers free shipping across Canada. It takes pride in a state-of-the-art facility that uses water harvested from the Canadian Rockies. A mountain-based facility with ideal lighting and other resources, and a drive to succeed and contribute to the industry, are paying off. From June 2015 to November 2016, the company saw a 1,419 percent gain, including an 887 percent climb after launching its initial public offering. Aurora is also notable for a mobile app in addition to its service to patients and physicians. The app is designed to simplify the purchase of medical cannabis using technologies such as push notifications, fingerprint authorization, streamlined navigation, and a focus on user experience. Fast and efficient order processing affords performance that is helping clients from all walks of life participate in the industry.

The growth of ABcann and the other discussed companies reflects the “safety” of Canadian cannabis stocks versus those listed solely in the United States, as the latter continues to wrestle with state/federal legalization of marijuana. Without this burden, the Canadian market is thriving. In a November 2016 report, market research firm Canaccord Genuity Group forecast that the medical marijuana market in Canada alone could see sales in excess of $8 billion by 2024, creating a sizable opportunity for the country’s relatively small number of licensed producers (LPs) – and for those who have mastered the requirements of high-volume yield. As demonstrated by ABcann, adequate funding for expansion to achieve high yields and growth rates is key in this increasingly competitive landscape.

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Re: ABcann Global (TSX.V: ABCN) (OTCQB: ABCCF)

Postby QualityStocks » Wed Aug 23, 2017 3:49 pm

As Recreational Cannabis Legalization Looms, the Field of Opportunity is Green for Canada’s Leading Growers

NetworkNewsWire Coverage: Medical cannabis use has been legal in Canada since 2001, and Canada is now working to become the first industrialized nation to input a comprehensive system permitting the recreational use of marijuana. Sweeping legislation has been introduced by the Canadian government that takes aim at permitting nationwide recreational cannabis use by July 2018—a move applauded by companies that are currently licensed to produce medical marijuana in Canada or are engaged in providing services to growers. These companies include ABcann Global Corporation (TSX.V: ABCN) (OTCQB: ABCCF) (ABcann Profile), which recently closed a milestone financing agreement with Cannabis Wheaton Income Corp. (TSX.V: CBW) (OTC: KWFLF), an investor and supporter of cannabis cultivation companies, as well as Canopy Growth Corp. (TSX: WEED) (OTC: TWMJF), Aphria Inc. (TSX: APH) (OTC: APHQF), and Aurora Cannabis Inc. (TSX: ACB) (OTCQX: ACBFF).

Despite the widespread legalization of medical marijuana in Canada, the licensing requirements for cannabis growers are incredibly strict, with only three percent of the growers who apply for licensing obtaining approval. ABcann Global was one of Canada’s very first companies to successfully obtain licensure to produce medical cannabis. Under Canada’s Marijuana for Medical Purposes Regulations, ABcann obtained its production license in March 2014, followed by the successful attainment of a cannabis sales license in December 2015.

ABcann went public in May 2017 with an IPO priced at $0.80 per share, and PI Financial analyst Jason Zandberg quickly initiated coverage with a one-year price target of $2.25 (USD). As of August 21, 2017, ABcann’s price was at $0.90 (CAD) and $0.73 (USD); its market cap was at $89.664 million (CAD) and $72.727 million (USD); and the company’s YTD return was 275 percent. The company’s annual production capacity is currently at 1,000 kg, and build-out plans presently in motion would increase that to an estimated 20,000 kg.

Though ABcann is still young as a publicly traded security, the company has become one of the foremost medical cannabis growers in Canada, standing out with its proprietary growing technology, which results in the production of top-quality, organically grown, pesticide-free medical-grade cannabis. ABcann’s low current market cap presents a clear opportunity for investors—particularly when contrasted with the company’s Canadian cannabis peers, which, as previously mentioned, are few in number. There are currently only 54 licensed cannabis producers in all of Canada1.

Comparable competing companies with much higher prices and market caps than ABcann include Canopy Growth Corp., which, as of August 21, was at a price of $8.51 (CAD) and $6.79 (USD) and had a market cap of $1.436 billion (CAD) and $1.143 billion (USD); Aphria Inc., with a price of $5.73 (CAD) and $4.57 (USD) and a market cap of $795.436 million (CAD) and $634.405 million (USD) as of August 21; and Aurora Cannabis Inc., with a price of $2.42 (CAD) and $1.93 (USD) and a market cap of $887.615 million (CAD) and $707.891 million (USD).

ABcann’s growth potential is indisputable. Within just three months of becoming a publicly traded company, ABcann has raised $43 million in cash, which has enabled the company to rapidly carry out its expansion strategy and business model. Recent financing from cannabis streaming company Cannabis Wheaton Income has positioned ABcann to grow at a rate unprecedented in Canada’s marijuana market. Cannabis Wheaton, which invests in and supports a broad range of promising marijuana cultivation companies, announced near the end of July that it has obtained Exchange approval to purchase $30 million of ABcann Global common shares with a $15 million cash tranche priced at $2.25 per share. The initial investment of $15 million is part of a larger phased investment to construct additional square footage of pure cannabis cultivation space adjacent to ABcann’s current 14,500-square-foot cultivation facility in Ontario. ABcann has confirmed that its plans to commence construction at its Kimmett facility in Q3 2017 remain on track, and that the previously announced plans for a 71,000-square-foot phase 1 facility have been expanded to 100,000 square feet.

In producing its medicinal cannabis, ABcann employs a proprietary plant-growing technology that includes the use of environmentally-controlled chambers that can monitor and regulate all variables during the growing process. Through a partnership with the University of Guelph, ABcann has mastered mass yield techniques and has developed, at its production facility in Napanee, Ontario, a pioneering, computer-controlled environmental system that duplicates natural growing environments. This controlled indoor system combines scalable growing chambers, LED lighting, and organic fertilizers and soil while simultaneously eliminating toxins and pesticides. All aspects of the process are monitored and controlled, resulting in consistent, high-quality plant production in mass quantities.

Thanks to the company’s innovative approach and systems, ABcann is able to produce organically grown and pesticide-free, high-yielding cannabis plants that produce top-quality products that are consistent with each new batch. The company can control both environmental and nutrient demands to create particular strains of cannabis, free of the variation that is so common when large quantities of marijuana are produced in less-controlled, larger rooms and in greenhouse-type environments. This modular approach to systems technology eradicates scale-up risk and enables ABcann to locate its operations anywhere in the world while maintaining consistency and product quality.

In addition to its Canada operations, ABcann is pursuing opportunities in Germany, Australia and other jurisdictions and is also endeavoring to develop multiple delivery vehicles.

ABcann compares impressively with other companies in Canada’s explosive medical cannabis industry—companies with much higher market caps and share prices. With Canada on the verge of blanket legalization of marijuana, the opportunity for investors is clear. In a country where stringent licensing standards have made cannabis growers few and far between, ABcann is a standout marijuana player to be reckoned with.

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1) Government of Canada: http://nnw.fm/2ehJD

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Re: ABcann Global (TSX.V: ABCN) (OTCQB: ABCCF)

Postby QualityStocks » Thu Aug 24, 2017 5:17 pm

ABcann Global Corp. (TSX.V: ABCN) (OTCQB: ABCCF) Licensed to Grow Cannabis by Feds in Canada

- An early mover in the Canadian cannabis space
- Serving Canada’s most populous province
- New funding deal signed for $15 million at $2.25 per share

As befits its status as a first mover in the Canadian cannabis space, ABcann Global Corp. (TSX.V: ABCN) (OTCQB: ABCCF) is racing ahead with plans to supply the medical marijuana needs of Canada’s most populous province. Construction plans at its Kimmett facility in the third quarter of 2017 remain on schedule, and the previously announced plans for a 71,000 square foot phase 1 project have been expanded to 100,000 square feet. The company recently signed a funding deal that prices the business well above market valuation. It appears that ABcann is one MMJ outfit that the smart money is betting on.

ABcann was one of the earliest players to apply for a cannabis grower’s license in Canada, which was granted in March 2014, well before the current Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR) were implemented on August 24, 2016. That early start has advanced ABcann much further along the learning curve than subsequent licensees. In addition, having worked in collaboration with the University of Guelph in Ontario, Canada, to study the growing process, ABcann’s expertise is superior to most other LPs. It has developed state-of-the-art growing technology that produces high yields and consistency in its produce as it scales up. Also, somewhat like in retail, where location is a major determinant of success, ABcann’s location is fortuitous. Its operations are situated in Canada’s most populous province of Ontario, which, with 13.5 million people, accounts for close to 40 percent of Canada’s total population.

Knowledge of the growing process is particularly important if a licensed producer is going to scale up successfully. An essential requirement of medical marijuana is consistency. The product must be relied on to deliver a standardized quantity and quality of active ingredients every time it’s taken. Imagine the peril to patients of undergoing prescribed regimens of a medication with psychoactive properties where the dosages vary randomly.

Quality is obviously a crucial issue and, indeed, was one of the reasons that ABcann was founded by Ken Clement. ABcann’s mission, he has said, is “to deliver consistent, standardized medicinal cannabis that the public and patients can consistently rely on” (http://nnw.fm/2bmGl). Now, ABcann is able to produce an organically grown, pesticide-free, standardized product with a growing system that controls air quality, carbon dioxide and oxygen levels, water quality and volume, light spectrum and cycles, temperature and humidity, plant nutrition and the curing process.

Earlier this month, ABcann announced completion of the initial funding phase of its partnership with Cannabis Wheaton (TSX.V: CBW). Under the deal, CBW has purchased $15 million worth of ABcann common shares at $2.25 per share. The cash forms part of a larger phased investment by Cannabis Wheaton that is expected to fund an additional 50,000 square feet of production space, capable of producing 35,000 kilograms of product per year, at ABcann’s second facility. This expansion comes alongside ABcann’s existing construction plans for a 100,000 square foot facility at its Kimmett property in Napanee, Ontario.

Since debuting on the Toronto Venture Stock Exchange at $1.00, ABcann stock has traded down a little, but, as recent events indicate, it may be a diamond in the rough. The Cannabis Wheaton deal valued the stock, which currently trades at C$0.87, at $2.25.

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Re: ABcann Global (TSX.V: ABCN) (OTCQB: ABCCF)

Postby QualityStocks » Mon Aug 28, 2017 4:31 pm

NetworkNewsBreaks – ABcann Global Corporation (TSX.V: ABCN) (OTCQB: ABCCF) Announces Release of High Level CBD Product

ABcann Global Corporation (TSX.V: ABCN) (OTCQB: ABCCF) this morning announced the release of one of Canada’s highest legal CBD:THC ratio products by wholly-owned subsidiary ABcann Medicinals Inc. CBD-Med has a ratio of 27.6:1 (18.5% CBD to 0.67% THC), making it one of Canada’s highest CBD products under Health Canada regulations. “The development of these products is in line with ABcann’s corporate strategy as a premium product provider of organic, pesticide free cannabis,” Ken Clement, executive chairman of ABcann, stated in the news release. “As the Company continues to scale production capacity, our product line will expand as we strive to increase shareholder value through capturing a larger market share of the current global medical markets.” Looking forward, ABcann anticipates being able to sell oils in October as it continues to diversify its product lines. Additional products to be marketed by the company are expected to include a 1-1 THC/CBD drop, a high THC dropper and a high CBD dropper. ABcann expects to release additional product details in the coming weeks.
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Re: ABcann Global (TSX.V: ABCN) (OTCQB: ABCCF)

Postby QualityStocks » Tue Aug 29, 2017 4:41 pm

ABcann Global Corp. (TSX.V: ABCN) (OTCQB: ABCCF) Ensuring Quality of Medical Cannabis Products with Proprietary Growing Technology

- Environmentally-controlled growing chambers generate consistent, superior quality
- Proprietary technologies eliminate risk, ensuring patients enjoy peace of mind
- Publicly-traded ABcann entered funding deal for $15 million at $2.25 per share

The Canadian government’s recent announcement that Broken Coast Cannabis Ltd. is recalling several products sold last year after two banned pesticides were found in random samples illustrates the importance of ABcann Global Corp.’s (TSX.V: ABCN) (OTCQB: ABCCF) controlled, pesticide-free approach to growing medical marijuana (http://nnw.fm/VM7zD).

Several other cannabis-growing Canadian companies also reaped the attention of authorities following mandatory testing. Hydropothecary and Peace Naturals both had products recalled earlier this year following detection of banned pesticides in some products, while Supreme Pharmaceuticals Inc. is still awaiting its license from Health Canada to grow and sell medical cannabis (http://nnw.fm/pY3ba).

In contrast, ABcann’s flagship production facility in Napanee, Ontario, continues to meet demand, even as its expansion plans move forward with an expedited construction timeline announced last month (http://nnw.fm/ED43c).

“ABcann has moved methodically through each stage of our growth since first obtaining our license in 2014,” founder and director Ken Clement said in an update published on the company’s website. “Providing a high quality, standardized pesticide-free product to our patients remains our number one priority as we initiate our largest expansion plans to date.”

ABcann has approximately $43 million in cash and 100 percent ownership of a 65-acre parcel located not far from its current facility. Phase 1 of the expansion project includes building a 100,000 square foot facility with an annual production capacity of about 1,000 kilograms of cannabis (http://nnw.fm/BPbg9).

A recent $15 million investment in the company by Cannabis Wheaton, part of a $30 million commitment, underscores the company’s belief in ABcann’s tremendous potential for growth (http://nnw.fm/SIc5V).

ABcann’s commitment to growing and providing standardized quality products for the medical marijuana community is a critical component of its future growth plans. The company’s mission, says Clement, is “to deliver consistent, standardized medical cannabis that the public and patients can consistently rely on.”

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Re: ABcann Global (TSX.V: ABCN) (OTCQB: ABCCF)

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NetworkNewsBreaks – ABcann Global Corp. (TSX.V: ABCN) (OTCQB: ABCCF) Names Barry Fishman as New CEO

ABcann Global Corp. (TSX.V: ABCN) (OTCQB: ABCCF) this morning announced the appointment of Barry Fishman as its new chief executive officer, effective October 1, 2017. Fishman brings nearly two decades of experience as a business leader to the ABcann team, having most recently served as CEO of international specialty pharmaceutical company Merus Labs. Under his leadership, Merus’s sales and EBITDA grew at a CAGR of greater than 50 percent, leading to the company’s acquisition by Norgine B.V. in July 2017 for total considerations of roughly $342 million. “Barry’s proven experience as a CEO of complex, highly-regulated organizations with international operations will serve ABcann and our shareholders well as we continue to execute our growth strategy, including the significant expansion of our production capacity, and establishing our unique leadership position in the cannabis industry,” Ken Clement, executive chairman of ABcann, stated in the news release. “We would also like to take this opportunity to thank Aaron Keay for the committed and dedicated work he has done positioning ABcann within the capital markets and we look forward to his continued active involvement with the Company, including serving on our Board of Directors.”
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Re: ABcann Global (TSX.V: ABCN) (OTCQB: ABCCF)

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NetworkNewsBreaks – Recent Competitor Recalls Illustrate Importance of ABcann Global’s (TSX.V: ABCN) (OTCQB: ABCCF) Innovative, Pesticide-Free Cannabis Growth Practices

Recently, the Canadian government announced that Broken Coast Cannabis Ltd. was recalling several products sold in 2016 due to the discovery of two banned pesticides in random samples, and several other Canadian cannabis growers have also had product recalls this year after banned pesticides were discovered in their products during mandatory testing. Instances like these serve to further illustrate the importance of the controlled, pesticide-free medical marijuana growth practices of ABcann Global Corp. (TSX.V: ABCN) (OTCQB: ABCCF), which continues to meet product demand through its Napanee, Ontario, production facility and is also moving forward with expansion plans. An article further discussing this topic reads: “ABcann has moved methodically through each stage of our growth since first obtaining our license in 2014,” founder and director Ken Clement said in an update published on the ABcann website. “Providing a high quality, standardized pesticide-free product to our patients remains our number one priority as we initiate our largest expansion plans to date.”
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Re: ABcann Global (TSX.V: ABCN) (OTCQB: ABCCF)

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NetworkNewsBreaks – ABcann Global Corp. (TSX.V: ABCN) (OTCQB: ABCCF) Nets Total Proceeds of $11.9 Million from Exercise of Warrants

ABcann Global Corp. (TSX.V: ABCN) (OTCQB: ABCCF) this morning announced that it has received total proceeds of nearly $11.9 million from the exercise of an aggregate of 19,185,965 warrants since the closing of its acquisition of ABcann Medicinals Inc. on April 28, 2017. With these funds, ABcann’s current cash position stands at approximately $45 million, giving the company the means to execute previously outlined plans to expand its production capabilities. “ABcann thanks our shareholders for their continued support and confidence as we work toward expanding our facilities and increasing production,” Aaron Keay, director and CEO of ABcann, stated in the news release. “Our strong financial position, represented by our current cash position is earmarked for new construction and will facilitate the timely execution of our business plan. The Company’s main focus in the coming months will be on the deployment of capital towards the expansion of our existing Vanluven facility and development and construction of the new Kimmett facility, as well as the pursuit of our international expansion plans.”
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