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Aphria Inc. Shareholders Overwhelmingly Approve Proposed Arrangement With Tilray, Inc.
Aphria Inc Reports Quarterly Adj Loss Per Share Of $0.15
Aphria Inc Reports Q2 Earnings Per Share $0.01 Excluding Items
Aphria Inc is a Canada-based cannabis company. The Company's Canadian cannabis operations are comprised of its Aphria One greenhouse facility (Aphria One), facilities held through its wholly owned British Columbia-based subsidiary, Broken Coast Cannabis Ltd. (Broken Coast) and its Leamington-based subsidiary, 1974568 Ontario Limited (Aphria Diamond). Aphria One is the Company's greenhouse facility, which is located in Leamington, Ontario. Broken Coast's indoor cannabis production facility on Vancouver Island provides B.C. Bud, a cannabis brands in Canada. Its subsidiary, Avanti Rx Analytics Inc., provides testing services to its Canadian cannabis operations and allows to process, package, label and test cannabis oil as well as package, label and test dried cannabis for medicinal use. It also manufactures and distributes bottled, canned and draft craft beers. The Company has operations in Canada, Germany, Italy, Malta, Colombia and Argentina.
Biotechnology & Drugs
269 Erie St S,
P.O. Box 20009
Irwin David Simon
Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer
Lead Independent Vice Chairman of the Board
Carl A. Merton
Chief Financial Officer
Chief Operating Officer
Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing
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Canada's Aphria Inc reported a loss for the third quarter on Monday as it reeled from fresh coronavirus lockdowns in parts of Canada and Germany, sending its shares down 14% and weighing on other pot producers.
Canada's Aphria Inc reported a loss for the third quarter on Monday as the pot producer reeled from a coronavirus-induced slump in demand and one-time costs related to its deal for alcoholic beverages maker SweetWater.
Aphria Inc posted an adjusted profit on Thursday compared to year-ago loss, as demand for cannabis and pot products surged during the coronavirus-led lockdowns, sending shares to their highest in more than two years.
Canada's main stock index rose on Thursday, helped by materials stocks and upbeat earnings by Aphria Inc, with optimism about a large U.S. stimulus under incoming U.S. President Joe Biden further boosting sentiment.
Canada's Aphria Inc on Thursday posted quarterly adjusted profit compared to year-ago loss, as demand for cannabis and related products surged during the cornavirus-induced lockdowns.
A merger between two Canadian weed providers may not smell great, but it should provide just enough of a high. Aphria, a Canadian cannabis firm with a market capitalization of $2 billion at Tuesday’s close, will combine with the $1 billion Tilray to form the world’s biggest...
Canadian pot producer Aphria Inc said on Wednesday it will merge with rival Tilray Inc, creating the world's largest cannabis producer by sales and giving it a foothold in the fast-growing U.S. market.
Aphria Inc <APHA.TO> <APHA.O> said on Wednesday it plans to buy craft brewer SweetWater Brewing Co for $300 million as it looks to expand into the United States while becoming the first major pot producer to enter the alcoholic beverages market.
Aphria Inc said on Wednesday it will buy privately owned beer maker SweetWater Brewing Co for $300 million, becoming the latest Canadian pot producer to make a push into the U.S. beverages market.
* APHRIA INC - IN U.S., THE UP & COMING ELECTIONS COULD PROVIDE FOR A CHANGE IN FEDERAL REGULATIONS, WHICH APHRIA WILL BE READY FOR-CEO IRWIN SIMON
Canadian pot producer Aphria Inc <APHA.TO> <APHA.O> on Thursday missed estimates for quarterly revenue as COVID-19 curbs upended distribution business in Germany, one of the fastest-growing markets for medical cannabis.
Canada's main stock index fell on Thursday, weighed down by energy stocks as oil prices slumped, while pot producer Aphria Inc's downbeat earnings further dented sentiment.
Canada's main stock index opened lower on Thursday, weighed down by energy stocks as oil prices slumped, while downbeat earnings from pot producer Aphria Inc further dented sentiment.
Aphria Inc on Thursday said first-quarter net revenue rose 15.5% as demand for the Canadian pot firm's products surged during coronavirus-induced lockdowns.
Canadian pot producer Aphria <APHA.TO> <APHA.O> on Wednesday posted a bigger-than-expected quarterly loss and took impairment charges on some foreign assets, sending shares plunging 17%.
Canadian pot producer Aphria Inc said on Wednesday net revenue rose more than 18% in the fourth quarter, as coronavirus-related lockdowns led to a surge in demand for marijuana.
* APHRIA ANNOUNCES ISSUANCE OF SHARES IN RESPECT OF PREVIOUSLY ANNOUNCED SETTLEMENT OF CLAIM
* APHRIA INC - WILL CONTINUE TO BE LISTED UNDER TICKER SYMBOL "APHA."
* APHRIA STRENGTHENS BALANCE SHEET WITH NEGOTIATED DEBT REDUCTION
* APHRIA INC. ANNOUNCES RECEIPT OF EU GMP CERTIFICATION FOR SUBSIDIARY ASG PHARMA LTD. AND LIQUIDATION OF PROMISSORY NOTE
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