Rubicon Organics Inc. Announces Anticipated First Day of Trading under the Symbol "ROMJ" on the Canadian Securities Exchange

Published: October 4, 2018

Rubicon Organics Inc. Announces Anticipated First Day of Trading under the Symbol

Rubicon Organics Inc., a premium organic cannabis company with operations in Canada, California and Washington, is pleased to announce it has filed and obtained a receipt for its final prospectus from the securities regulatory authorities in British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario and Saskatchewan. Rubicon Organics is also pleased to announce that it has received conditional listing approval for its common shares on the Canadian Securities Exchange under the symbol “ROMJ”, with listing anticipated to begin effective at market open on Wednesday, October 10th, 2018.

“Rubicon Organics is excited to achieve this milestone as we work toward becoming the second publicly traded organic cannabis producer. Today’s announcement is a significant landmark for Rubicon Organics and provides for investor access to a second organic player in the public markets as well as exposure to the U.S. cannabis sector,” said Jesse McConnell, Chief Executive Officer of Rubicon Organics. “Our team helped develop one of the first certified organic cultivation facilities in the world with Whistler Medical Marijuana Corporation and now, thanks to the support of our shareholders, Rubicon Organics is in the process of developing one of the first large-scale, high tech, certified organic greenhouses in the world.”

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