Canada’s about to go 100% legal!
July 1st is just around the corner, and a new private cannabis company that we’ve been following has just gone public.
You can visit their website at SVTCanada.ca and purchase shares currently on the Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE) under the symbol “SV.”
I’m currently unaware of any U.S. broker that allows Americans to buy shares directly on the CSE, so for most of us, we will have to wait until they have an OTC listing.
If you have a brokerage account in Canada, then you will likely be able to begin accumulating shares today.
SV is a late stage Health Canada licensed producer applicant under the ACMPR.
John Walker is the President and CEO, whose career experience was with Nortel, PepsiCo, and YUM Brands.
With Fortune 200 credentials, Mr. Walker has held senior and general management roles in Canada, U.S. Latin America, and Europe.
Santa Veritas expects to conclude the construction of their phase one Powell River facility in mid-2018, with Health Canada licensing to follow.
Recommendation: Consider Accumulating Shares of Santa Veritas (CSE: SV).
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