Source: Delta 9 Cannabis Inc.
  • Delta 9 (DN) announced the grand opening of its 39th Delta 9 Cannabis retail store, the 17th in the province of Manitoba, in Dauphin
  • Part of the company’s vertical integration strategy has been to combine its welcoming retail cannabis concept with a focus on convenient and high-traffic shopping destinations
  • The new store offers a range of products, including dried cannabis flower, cannabis oil, edibles, drinkables, vape pens, and concentrates
  • Delta 9 Cannabis Inc. (DN) is unchanged, trading at C$0.095 per share

Delta 9 (DN) announced the grand opening of its 39th Delta 9 Cannabis retail store, the 17th in the province of Manitoba.

Delta 9’s newest retail store is in a recently built mall in Dauphin, Manitoba.

Part of the company’s vertical integration strategy has been to combine its welcoming retail cannabis concept with a focus on convenient and high-traffic shopping destinations.

Delta 9’s CEO, John Arbuthnot, said the company will continue to expand its retail portfolio across Canada in the coming months.

“We started 2020 with four retail stores and now have 39 cannabis retail stores in operation across the Canadian Prairies. The company has an aggressive growth strategy to roll up additional cannabis retail stores into the Delta 9 retail network over the next year.”

The new store offers a range of products, including dried cannabis flower, cannabis oil, edibles, drinkables, vape pens, and concentrates.

Delta 9 is a cannabis company which sells its products through its wholesale and retail sales channels. It also sells its cannabis grow pods to other businesses.

Delta 9 Cannabis Inc. (DN) is unchanged, trading at C$0.095 per share.


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