Hexo

Company that’s aiming to become Canada’s first qualified custodian for cryptocurrency assets sees "huge opportunity" in emerging industry.
Ottawa-based firm's net revenue totalled $22.7 million, up from $22.1 million in the same quarter last year.
Ottawa firm was one of three major Canadian pot producers hit with lawsuits last year alleging they exaggerated or overestimated sales figures and market potential.
Smiths Falls-based cannabis firm reported a net loss of nearly $700 million in its fourth quarter, down from a loss of $1.3 billion in the same quarter last year.
Ottawa-based cannabis firm said Friday it will pay $400 million in cash and $525 million in shares for Toronto-based Redecan as it continues to hunt for more market share.
CEO of Ottawa-based firm says arrangement would leverage Hexo's technology to help multi-state operators boost their product quality and margins while lowering costs.
Hexo CEO Sebastien St-Louis said 48North’s strength in topical CBD- and THC-infused creams and ointments was a major selling point as Ottawa firm looks to expand its product lines.
Ottawa-based pot producer says it also wants to upgrade its plant in Belleville, where it bottles cannabis-infused drinks in a joint venture with brewing giant Molson Coors.
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HEXO knew it had to be proactive in securing a strategic portfolio of intellectual property (IP) assets – including patents, trade secrets, trademarks and copyrights.
CEO Sebastien St-Louis said the Ottawa-based company is seeking “maximum flexibility” to make acquisitions and sign partnerships with players in related industries.