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February 17, 2021Industry News

Inner Spirit opens 75th Spiritleaf store in St. Catharines, Ont.

Inner Spirit Holdings Ltd. (Inner Spirit) recently open its 75th Spiritleaf store in St. Catharines, Ont. With this continued growth, Spiritleaf operates the most cannabis stores under one single brand in Canada. Click here to read this update from franchiseinfo.ca.

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February 12, 2021Industry News

SPIRITLEAF OPENS 75TH RETAIL STORE

Author: Jacquie Maynard As cannabis thrives in Canada, industry giants are all vying for their place at the top. On Tuesday, Inner Spirit Holdings (Inner Spirit) announced the opening of its 75th Spiritleaf store in Canada, making them the largest single-brand cannabis retailer in Canada. Click here for the full feature, from cannabisretailer.ca.

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February 9, 2021Press Release

Inner Spirit Holdings Announces 75th Spiritleaf Retail Cannabis Store Opening

Canada’s largest single brand cannabis retailer surpasses 205,000 Collective Program Members CALGARY, Alberta (February 9, 2021) – Inner Spirit Holdings Ltd. (“Inner Spirit” or the “Company”) (CSE:ISH), a Canadian company that has established a national network of Spiritleaf cannabis retail stores, today announced that its 75th Spiritleaf store in St. Catharines, Ontario is set to open this week....

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February 2, 2021DiversityIndustry News

‘I am a biracial gay man, so my parents should not have been surprised that I would be smoking weed at some point’

Feb 02, 2021 Toronto-based Shane D’Costa on working in the legal cannabis industry, giving back during the pandemic and how, despite cultural stereotypes, his parents are supportive of his career path Shane D’Costa wears many hats. From starting his career at one of Ontario’s first few legal stores to actively raising awareness for social justice...

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February 1, 2021Industry NewsPrivate Label

SPIRITLEAF EXPLORING PRIVATE LABEL PRODUCTS

Author: Jacquie Maynard In an era of strategic acquisitions, Spiritleaf has decided to take a different approach. The national cannabis retailer announced the launch of their private label brand of cannabis products called Spiritleaf Origins. The new brand is expected to be sold in stores in Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Ontario by the spring, and will offer...

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January 21, 2021Industry NewsJasper

Cannabis shops budding amid lockdown

Author: Bob Covey Most local retailers are going online. Cannabis can’t. While other industries have been put through the coronavirus grinder, the worldwide pandemic has been good for cannabis sales.  Read this update by clicking this link.

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January 21, 2021Industry News

2.3 million Canadians bought from mega-cannabis retailer Spiritleaf in 2020

By Ashley Wadhwani Spiritleaf cannabis stores ended 2020 on a high, serving a milestone 2.3 million customers and surpassing $100 million in sales. The achievement for Inner Spirit Holdings Ltd., comes as the Canadian company recently opened a 70th store in Edmonton, Alta., in December with two more brick-and-mortar Ontario locations this month in Hamilton and...

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January 21, 2021Press Release

Inner Spirit Holdings Announces Launch of Spiritleaf Origins, a Private Label Brand of Cannabis Products Available through Cannabis Retail Stores

Canada’s largest single brand cannabis retailer provides update on expansion activity in 2021  CALGARY, Alberta (January 21, 2021) – Inner Spirit Holdings Ltd. (“Inner Spirit” or the “Company”) (CSE:ISH), a Canadian company that has established a national network of Spiritleaf cannabis retail stores, today announced the launch of Spiritleaf Origins, a private label brand of cannabis products...

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January 21, 2021Industry NewsPrivate Label

Spiritleaf plans to grow its own weed

Canada’s biggest cannabis retailer plans to offer its own brand of weed. Inner Spirit Holdings (CSE:ISH), the company behind the Spiritleaf chain of retailers, has announced the launch of Spiritleaf Origins, a private-label brand. The Origins’ line of products is expected to be offered initially through cannabis retail stores in Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Ontario this...

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