Canada House Wellness Group (CSE: CHV) (“Canada House” or the “Company“), a fully integrated medical cannabis company, and Montréal Cannabis Médical Inc. (“MTL Cannabis“) are pleased to announce that Canada House’s wholly owned subsidiary, Abba Medix Corp. (“Abba“) and MTL Cannabis have entered into an exclusive agreement for Abba’s distribution of MTL Cannabis’ high grade dried flower to Abba’s medical patient base (the “Exclusivity Agreement“).
Under the terms of the Exclusivity Agreement, MTL Cannabis has partnered with Abba to be the exclusive distributor of certain varieties of cannabis material produced by MTL Cannabis and destined for sale or distribution to medical patients in Canada. The variety of strains that will be supplied to help support Abba’s medical patients include: MTL Cannabis’ signature strain Sage n’ Sour, as well as Cookies N’ Cream and Candyland, along with up to six more future genetics. Dried flower formats of these strains will initially be offered through Abba’s medical brand, with a long-term plan to develop an “MTL Medical” branded line of medical product offerings. MTL has decades of experience in cultivation from working for patients under the Marihuana Medical Access Regulations (MMAR) and Marihuana for Medical Purposes Regulations (MMPR) before developing a wholesale and consumer business over the past few years. MTL Cannabis and its founders’ combination of market experience and focus on genetic selection is a key reason why they are currently one of the top 5 selling dried flower brands in most provinces across Canada.
“As cannabis for medical purposes continues to evolve, supporting patients who choose dried flower inhalation for faster relief of symptoms and increased control over dose titration is important to us. As a flower-first company, we understand the needs for quality product that support the end-user, and help them find comfort during their difficult times,” commented Jenn Larry, Chief Commercial Officer of MTL Cannabis. “While we currently focus on the adult-use market, the opportunity to partner with a group that supports medical patients, with a focus on the Veteran community, was something that excites us as we continue to work on developing our business model and focus on supporting the Canadian cannabis landscape.”
“We have great confidence in the teams at CHV and Abba and their commitment to community care and patient support. Over the years we have watched their ongoing work to grow patient registrations, and expand their veterans focused program, which is why we have decided to provide key genetics in support of their goals for optimal patient care. We also look forward to working with their Veteran patient base to develop further genetics to meet their medical needs and support the dried flower portion of Abba’s medical offerings,” added Rich Clement, MTL Cannabis’ Chief Executive Officer
“We have been working closely with MTL Cannabis for years and have the upmost confidence in their ability to deliver the highest quality dried flower product available in the market, consistently and in volumes that meet the tough demand requirements of our important patient base, particularly the military veterans,” commented Canada House’s CEO, Chris Churchill-Smith. “An exclusive agreement with such a high-quality producer is a testament to the wonderful work the Canada House team has done in establishing itself as a market leader in the medical cannabis arena, always with a focus on the veteran market. We are both thrilled and honoured to secure the highest quality flower the market has to offer for such an important community that has shaped the landscape of the medical cannabis sector in Canada.”
Chris Churchill-Smith and Jenn Larry will sit down with Jay Rosenthal, co-founder and president of Business of Cannabis (“BofC“), at 10:00 am EST today on BofC’s daily video and podcast series BofC Live to discuss the Canada House and MTL Cannabis’ relationship and the Exclusivity Agreement. The interview will be available at the following link: https://www.businessofcannabis.ca/2021/06/11/a-look-at-two-companies-serving-canadian-consumers-and-patients/