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Given the successful passing of cannabis legislation in Parliament’s Senate, a positive environment exists as final passage is expected in the House of Commons in the near months. This timing works well for the merging of Goldrea and Tabu in anticipation of final approval of the Amalgamation subject to shareholders and the Exchange. Next year’s cannabis industry in Canada is estimated to be more than four billion dollars and 2020 is projected to be over six billion. Goldrea’s goal is to ethically embrace this opportunity and explore the varied benefits cannabis can offer.
Jim Elbert, President and CEO of Goldrea states, “We are looking forward with the partnering with the vibrant team of Tabu, and their wide swath of contacts and working associations in the cannabis industry. Tabu’s business plan, which is aggressive in penetrating this burgeoning sector, can be accelerated under the umbrella of the public company of Goldrea, expanding exposure both nationally and internationally.”
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