Building An Iconic Canadian Cannabis Company.
Inner Spirit Holdings Ltd. (or ISH) is applying its award-winning franchise and retail models to the recreational cannabis industry. The Company is establishing a network of retail cannabis stores under its Spiritleaf brand. We have 100 corporate and franchise Spiritleaf locations under development, a growing portfolio of proprietary brands and strategic partnerships and investments.
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Spiritleaf retail cannabis stores are open, operating and serving consumers throughout Canada.Visit spiritleaf.ca
and growing brands.
Each Spiritleaf store offers a curated collection of leading cannabis brands. Inner Spirit Holdings is developing its own proprietary cannabis products in conjunction with Auxly Cannabis Group to provide Inner Spirit Holdings with world class expertise and additional supply from premium producers. Other strategic partnerships and investments have been made with Hexo Corp. (Up Cannabis), Tilray (High Park) and High Times Magazine.
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August 17, 2019
Spiritleaf is just the second private pot shop in the Fraser Valley NEIL CORBETT Aug. 17, 2019 Maple Ridge’s first retail cannabis store will be open for business on Monday. Spiritleaf opens at Valleyfair Mall, selling retail cannabis from a commercial store for the first time in the city. There will be a “soft opening”...
August 16, 2019
by Gord Goble And then there were two. Last week, Penticton got its very first legal non-medicinal cannabis store when Spiritleaf finally opened its doors at 2695 Skaha Lake Road. And now, with the Tuesday launch of Indigenous Bloom at 107 Green Mountain Road – in the same spot where Relvis once crooned his tunes...
August 12, 2019
Penticton’s first pot shop was bustling with keen customers on Sunday afternoon. Co-owner Matthew Bolton said business at Spirit Leaf was steady all weekend since it opened on Saturday. There was a line up of roughly 15 people when it officially opened its doors in the morning. Get the update by clicking below to the bclocalnews.com...