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Delta 9 Cannabis' partner receives five new retail cannabis store licences

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Delta 9 Cannabis Inc (TSE:DN) (OTCQX:DLTNF) said its strategic partner Oceanic Relief Inc has been granted five new cannabis retail store licenses in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador from The Newfoundland and Labrador Liquor Corporation (NLC). 

Oceanic has a Strategic Cooperation Agreement (SCA) with Delta 9 that provides a variety of services relating to cannabis production, the development of standard operating procedures and sanitation programs, and marketing services to develop the Oceanic brand and other services supporting the acquisition of its Health Canada license. 

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Delta 9 also owns a 5% stake in Oceanic’s production facility operations, existing retail store, and retail store expansion plans, as well as a 20-year supply agreement with Oceanic and the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador. 

“This is an exciting day and a major milestone for Oceanic as we continue to expand our retail footprint across Newfoundland – from one end of the Trans Canada Highway to the other. We are very excited to be able to supply and service so many local communities with premium cannabis cultivated from our own 65,000 sq. ft. production facility as well as from the top cannabis producers in Canada. These new stores will be modeled after our 2,300 sq. ft. retail location in Burin – which also has Canada’s first cannabis drive-thru. We can’t wait to bring this and other innovative approaches to increasing accessibility across the province,” Oceanic president Taylor Giovannini said in a statement.

“We look forward to continuing our work with Oceanic on expanding their retail network in Newfoundland. The opening of five more Oceanic cannabis stores in Newfoundland will enable us to further understand the cannabis purchasing preferences from our customers and in turn will allow us to better tailor our product portfolio to the local market,” added Delta 9 chief executive John Arbuthnot.

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