CANADA: In anticipation of the historic legalization of adult-use cannabis in Canada, Tilray has announced the creation of wholly-owned subsidiary High Park Company to produce and distribute a broad-based portfolio of cannabis brands and products. As a part of this announcement, the company announced it will be making an investment of up to $10 million in a new facility located in London, Ontario to process and distribute finished cannabis products for the adult-use market in Canada.
Broad-Based Brand Portfolio
Based in Toronto and led by a team with deep experience in cannabis and global consumer brands, High Park has secured the exclusive rights to produce and distribute a broad-based portfolio of adult-use cannabis brands and products in Canada, subject to applicable laws and regulations. These brands include:
- Marley Natural, crafted with deep respect for wellness and the positive potential of the herb. Marley Natural products include whole flower, pre-rolls, vape oil cartridges and cannabis-infused edibles.*
- Irisa, a women’s wellness brand. Irisa products include milled blends, pre-rolls and elixirs.*
- Dutchy, for the more frequent consumer. Dutchy products include whole flower, pre-rolls and vape oil cartridges.*
- Grail, a luxury brand. The Grail brand offers a unique variety of products, including rare strains with exotic cannabinoid and terpene profiles.
- Headlight, for the experienced consumer. Headlight products include cannabis concentrates, waxes and vape oil cartridges.*
- Goodship, makers of damn fine edibles. The Goodship brand is known for its delectable cannabis-infused baked goods, chocolates and confections.*
- Wallops, creators of high-intensity chews and confections.*
In addition to acquiring the rights to bring the brands listed above to Canada, High Park has developed new brands and products for the Canadian market.
*Vape oil cartridges, tinctures, cannabis concentrates, waxes and cannabis edibles are not anticipated to be permitted under Canadian adult-use legislation initially, but the Government of Canada has indicated that edibles will be permitted no later than 12 months after the legislation comes into force. Other forms may be permitted at a later date.
Production Capacity Expansion
In response to rapidly growing global demand for cannabis products, we previously announced an investment of up to $30 million in a second facility featuring 13 acres of greenhouse located on 100 acres of property in Enniskillen, Ontario. The facility, now called High Park Farms™, is currently under construction and is expected to begin cultivating cannabis in the first half of 2018 subject to the receipt of necessary regulatory approvals.