The relocation and sublease of its former headquarters will save the company about $930,000 in rent and other costs.
"Exiting redundant lease obligations allow us to put the cash savings to work elsewhere in the business to create value," chief executive Doug Lucky said in a release late Tuesday.
The company announced last year it would merge with Zuni Holdings Inc. in a share swap deal.
Tuesday's head office move comes a day after the company reported it lost $0.4 million in the quarter ended June 30.
That was slightly down from an adjusted loss of $0.5 million last year. Sales dropped 24 per cent or more than $7 million to $22.7 million from $29.9 million.
"We've stabilized the balance sheet and focused the business to move forward," Lucky said in the earnings release.