The Ottawa-area pot producer says it will end operations at sites in St. John's, Fredericton, Edmonton, Bowmanville, Ont. and at an outdoor grow facility in Saskatchewan.
Gaining a U.S. toehold could be a step to reversing layoffs hitting cannabis companies, Canadian pot producers say.
Pot producer says plan aimed at avoiding a delisting of its shares from the NYSE is in the best interests of the company and its shareholders.
Cannabis company says cuts affect employees at its Niagara-on-the-Lake and Smiths Falls locations.
Increasingly crowded marketplace also includes beverages from Canopy Growth and other producers.
Smiths Falls-based company says recreational sales fell when it was forced to close its 22 stores until mid-May during the COVID-19 crisis.
Canopy's performance in Canada's recreational market has improved "modestly" in recent weeks as brick-and-mortar stores reopened, company executives say.
Gatineau firm determined there was an excess of cultivation capacity in the market.
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Gatineau cannabis producer received warning from NYSE about low stock price.