Christina Lake Cannabis Announces Uplisting to OTCQB® Market in the United States

Published: February 22, 2021

Christina Lake Cannabis Announces Uplisting to OTCQB® Market in the United States

Christina Lake Cannabis Corp. announced that it has received approval from OTC Markets Group Inc. for its shares to trade on the OTCQB® exchange beginning at market open on Thursday February 18, 2021. Companies listed on OTCQB must meet high financial standards, and are subject to stringent standards of corporate governance and compliance with securities laws. CLC’s listing on OTCQB provides investors the opportunity to benefit from streamlined market standards which enhance the availability of information to the general public, enabling greater transparency.

A comprehensive overview of OTCM’s criteria for qualifying to list on OTCQB can be accessed at the following link: https://www.otcmarkets.com/files/otcqb_standards.pdf

Joel Dumaresq, Chief Executive Officer and a director of the Company commented, “Listing our shares on a U.S. exchange is an important part of our strategy as we actively explore opportunities to potentially expand into the United States in anticipation of pending changes to federal legislation which would stand to create new opportunities in the cannabis industry south of the border. Being promptly uplisted to OTCQB is a favourable development in terms of our position in the American capital markets, and also in terms of our accomplishments to date as a company.”

Christina Lake Cannabis Corp. is a licensed producer of cannabis under the Cannabis Act. It has secured a standard cultivation licence and corresponding processing/sales amendment from Health Canada (March 2020 and August 2020, respectively) as well as a research and development licence (early 2020).

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