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Second Cup sees sharp sales drop in Q2 while cannabis pivot intensifies

Coffee-turned-cannabis retailer Second Cup Ltd. saw a more-than-50-per-cent drop in café sales during the second quarter, which ended June 27. While the company is not abandoning the coffee game, as evidenced by its acquisition of Ottawa’s Bridgehead Coffee earlier this year, Aegis (Second Cup’s corporate re-brand) CEO Steve Pelton identified cannabis sales as a key value-driver in Friday’s quarterly report. In addition to opening its first store on July 10 under the Hemisphere Cannabis branding, the company also announced it is in the early stages of finding a partner for a planned CBD-infused beverage.

High Tide secures pot retail store in Banff

Calgary-based cannabis retailer High Tide Inc. announced Friday that it will open its Cana Cabana retail pot store on the main shopping street of Banff, Alta. next Wednesday, after receiving its licence from Alberta Gaming Liquor and Cannabis. “As one of only two locations on Banff Avenue, the Banff Store is a significant addition to the company’s retail portfolio,” High Tide President and CEO Raj Grover said in a release. The store will cater to the four million tourists who visit Banff year-round, and marks High Tide’s 28th location in Alberta and 37th retail store across Canada.

Tetra Bio-Pharma graduates to TSX

Ontario-based Tetra Bio-Pharma Inc. opened the Toronto Stock Exchange virtually Friday after graduating from the TSX Venture Exchange earlier in the week. The company’s common shares are listed under the symbol "TBP”.  

Michigan regulators issue recall after worker allegedly licks pre-rolls at pot plant

Source: https://www.bnnbloomberg.ca/cannabis-canada-second-cup-widens-pot-push-as-coffee-sales-slump-in-q2-1.1477185

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