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The end of prohibition.
The start of something incredible.

Building An Iconic Canadian Cannabis Company.

Inner Spirit Holdings Ltd. is applying its award-winning franchise and retail models to the recreational cannabis industry. With a group of more than 100 corporate and franchise Spiritleaf locations under development, a growing portfolio of proprietary brands, and strategic partnerships and investments, Inner Spirit is positioned to be a leader in the cannabis industry.

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Recreational cannabis has been illegal in Canada since 1923.

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Building partnerships
and growing brands.

Each Spiritleaf store will offer a curated collection of leading cannabis brands. Inner Spirit Holding is developing its own proprietary cannabis products in conjunction with Auxly Cannabis Group; providing Inner Spirit Holdings with world class expertise and additional supply from premium producers. Other strategic partnerships and investments have been made with Newstrike Brands (Up Cannabis), Tilray (High Park) and High Times Magazine.

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July 16, 2019

Inner Spirit Holdings Announces Six New Licences for Spiritleaf Retail Cannabis Stores in Alberta And Opening of New Spiritleaf Corporate Store in Jasper

Spiritleaf retail cannabis stores open or licensed to open across Canada now number 19 in total CALGARY, Alberta (July 16, 2019) – Inner Spirit Holdings Ltd. (“Inner Spirit” or the “Company”) (CSE:ISH), a Canadian company establishing a national network of retail cannabis stores under its Spiritleaf brand, today announced it has received six additional licences...

July 12, 2019

‘We’re really rolling’: Pot retailers continue to open stores as supply grows

CLARE CLANCY Updated: July 12, 2019 While cannabis retailers celebrate a supply boost, smaller companies risk being squeezed out while they wait for approval, says the chairman of a provincial lobbying group. “There are a lot of people who took leases with the anticipation they’d be open,” said Nathan Mison with the Alberta Cannabis Council....

July 10, 2019

West Kelowna pot shops shipped off for provincial licenses

The City of West Kelowna have put the stamp of approval on 5 local non-medical cannabis retailers MACKENZIE BRITTON Jul. 10, 2019 6:00 a.m. Non-medical cannabis retailers in West Kelowna are one step closer to fruition. The City of West Kelowna gave their final stamp of approval to the five legally accepted pot retailers in...