Phil Shaer is stepping down from his role as chief legal officer at the Canadian cannabis giant Canopy Growth Corporation (TSX:WEED) (NASDAQ:CGC), Marijuana Busines Daily reported Monday. According to a regulatory filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Shaer recently notified the company he would resign, effective October 1.
Perth South residents have a chance to buy a tree from the Upper Thames River Conservation Authority to help their township increase its tree canopy by planting native species in their yards. Story continues below. This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Article content. Following a...
The Entrepreneurs’ Organization of Charlotte (EO Charlotte) takes a long view of Charlotte’s growth potential. Not only are they supporting the economics of the region through business development and innovation, but they are planting seeds for future sustainability and preservation of Charlotte’s beauty, literally. If you grew up in Charlotte...
When you think of canopy walks, which kinds of places come to mind? Probably tropical places with lots of tall trees that can support such a structure, right? While this sounds like it is the opposite of the Mount Rushmore State, there are, indeed, canopy walks to be found (and walked!) right here in South Dakota, including the Aerial Adventure Park and canopy walk:
James Wishart replacing outgoing chief legal officer Phil Shaer. Shaer to step down Oct. 1 after over five years in top legal role. Medical marijuana producer Canopy Growth Corp. named former Dentons partner James Wishart to replace the company’s chief legal officer on an interim basis pending an Oct. 1 resignation.
After Canopy Growth Corporation (TSX:WEED) (NASDAQ:CGC) revealed that its cannabis sales of CA$136 million ($108 million) did not reach a consensus of CA$151 million in the first three months of fiscal 2022, Cantor Fitzgerald's Pablo Zuanic placed a 12-month price target of CA$30.5 ($24.3) against a price of CA$18.9 in August.
Canopy Growth Corp. analyst Pablo Zuanic on Monday cut his 12-month price target on Canopy Growth Corp. , to C$21 from C$30.50 on a lower sales outlook for the Canadian cannabis company amid price pressure in the business. Zuanic reiterated a neutral rating on the stock and said he expects September quarterly sales to fall to C$135 million, compared to the analyst consensus of C$156 million. "We agree that Canopy Growth, under CEO David Klein, has made significant strides [by] cutting costs, refocusing the business, building a U.S. ecosystem for growth now in CBD/consumer packaged goods and in THC in the future upon federal permissibility," he said. While the company will benefit from a full quarter of its recently acquired Supreme Cannabis business, it will be offset by a low teens decline in the base domestic cannabis business, he said. Canopy is attempting a pivot away from value-price cannabis, but results so far are mixed, he said. Shares of Canopy Growth are down 40% so far this year, compared to an 8.6% rise by the Cannabis ETF . Shares of Canopy Growth dipped 1.5% in pre-market trades.
Phil Shaer, the chief legal officer for Canadian cannabis producer Canopy Growth, is set to leave the company next month, according to a regulatory filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. “On September 14, 2021, Mr. Phil Shaer notified Canopy Growth Corporation of his intention to resign as the...
Any bed can provide a place to sleep, but a canopy bed does something more. “You can create a room within a room,” said Sandra Nunnerley, an interior designer in New York. “It’s like a cocoon.”. That’s why she installed a custom canopy bed in her New York apartment and...
Looking to beautify your front yard with cooling shade, beautiful flowers, or fall colors? The City’s annual Tree Canopy Program is going on now. For $50, the City will plant a tree in your front yard. We have five species to choose from and they are going fast. For small trees, we have Japanese Stewartias and Eastern Redbuds. Both produce stunning flowers. For larger trees, there’s nothing better than having a Bur Oak, Accolade Elm, or Southern Magnolia take your landscaping to the next level. Trees increase property value, intercept stormwater, reduce energy demands, cool temperatures, promote healthier living, and so much more. The deadline to apply is October 15, but tree species are assigned to applicants on a “first come, first served” basis. Apply quickly! You can pick up an application from City Hall or download a copy from https://www.grantspassoregon.gov/325/Tree-Planting-Programs.
More than 3.2 billion trees are cut down every year in the name of fashion, and environmental nonprofit Canopy is taking action to protect the world’s most endangered forests. On Wednesday, the organization welcomed an additional 14 brands and innovators to its CanopyStyle and Pack4Good programs, which promote its “next generation” alternatives for viscose fabric and paper-based packaging. The company reports that CanopyStyle includes more than 482 brand partners, and Pack4Good encompasses more than 272 companies. “Turning around the current climate reality and biodiversity decline is an enormous challenge—and protecting the world’s forests is the fastest, most effective and cost-efficient strategy to...