The company first received its conditional approval to list onto the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) on January 9th of this year.
Unsecured convertible debentures which will be due in 2021 will be voluntarily delisted from the TSX Venture Exchange as soon as the company’s shares begin trading.
Chief Executive Officer of The Supreme Cannabis Company, Navdeep Dhaliwal, says: “Graduating to the TSX will broaden our investment appeal and leave us well positioned to execute on our strategic imperatives for 2019, which is why we’re pleased to add this milestone to our list of accomplishments for the year,”
The company will participate in the open ceremony celebration for listing onto the Toronto Stock Exchange.
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