The Valens Company Receives Conditional Approval to Graduate to the TSX

Published: April 1, 2020

The Valens Company Receives Conditional Approval to Graduate to the TSX

Valens GroWorks Corp., a leader in the end-to-end development and manufacturing of innovative, cannabinoid-based products, is pleased to announce it has received conditional approval from the Toronto Stock Exchange (“TSX”) to uplist from the TSX Venture Exchange (“TSXV”) to the TSX.

“Graduating to the TSX represents a significant milestone in our efforts to broaden our appeal to a larger shareholder base and raise the company’s profile among the investment community,” said Tyler Robson, CEO of The Valens Company. “Coming off a record year of growth for the company, this uplisting will work to enhance the liquidity of our stock and enable us to continue building long-term shareholder value.”

Final approval of the listing is subject to the Company fulfilling any remaining conditions as required by the TSX. The Company expects to satisfy all of the requirements and will issue a statement once a trading date has been confirmed by the TSX. Upon completion of the final listing requirements, The Valens Company’s common shares and warrants will be delisted from the TSXV and commence trading on the TSX under the trading symbols “VLNS” and “VLNS.WT.” The Company’s shares will continue to trade on the OTCQX market under the symbol ‘VLNCF’.

The Valens Company is a global leader in the end-to-end development and manufacturing of innovative, cannabinoid-based products. The Company is focused on being the partner of choice for leading Canadian and international cannabis brands by providing best-in-class, proprietary services including CO2, ethanol, hydrocarbon, solvent-less and terpene extraction, analytical testing, formulation and white label product development and manufacturing.  Valens is the largest third-party extraction company in Canada with an annual capacity of 425,000 kg of dried cannabis and hemp biomass at our purpose-built facility in Kelowna, British Columbia which is in the process of becoming European Union (EU) Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) compliant.