A 1989 note recently went up for auction with a reserve price of $3,000, showing you can't judge Canada's unofficial second currency by its face value
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Host Janice McDonald talks to Peter Simons, President of La Maison Simons. “We are really in a moment of thinking about 20, 50 years, different social aspects, energy, communication, all these things are going to impact all business, not just retail. We have to build the company for that time frame.”
Tokyo Smoke, an award-winning lifestyle brand that brings sophistication and design to the cannabis space, is pleased to confirm the final closing of its oversubscribed Series B funding of approximately $6 million CAD. The funds will be allocated to continued retail expansion, marketing and strategic acquisitions, accelerating Tokyo Smoke's vision of becoming a category-defining cannabis brand. "We are incredibly grateful for the support from investors in this round and their show of confidence in Tokyo Smoke. Having raised over $10 million in the past 10 months, this funding will further empower us to take great strides in our retail expansion and put us closer to achieving our goal of building the largest cannabis related retail infrastructure in Canada," says Alan Gertner, co-founder and CEO of Tokyo Smoke.
Senecal will take over the role on Feb. 16, 2018, the same day Hollands retires after 13 years on the job. Senecal has been with the burger chain for 25 years.