Heritage Cannabis Products Approved for Sale in Alberta

TORONTO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Heritage Cannabis Holdings Corp. (CSE: CANN) (OTCQX: HERTF) (“Heritage or the “Company”), today announced that it has signed an agreement with Alberta Gaming, Liquor & Cannabis (“AGLC”) to sell Heritage products in the province.

“On the heels of Heritage already selling out some of our products in B.C. — which we see as a clear indication of the strong demand for our full spectrum products — we are very pleased to have reached this milestone with the province of Alberta as it puts us closer to launching our products in that province in the near future,” commented Clint Sharples, CEO of Heritage. “With recent trends leaning toward product quality and price being the highest among product characteristics sought after by consumers, Heritage’s products — both the Purefarma and Pura Vida brands — offer exactly that: award-winning, superior products at affordable prices.”

“We’ve been carrying

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Proposed downtown condo leaves Municipal Heritage Advisory Committee with mixed feelings



a tall building in a city: The proposed condo design is situated between Knox United Church and St. John's Anglican Church


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The proposed condo design is situated between Knox United Church and St. John’s Anglican Church

Meridian Development’s proposed downtown condo is not in the clear yet.

The proposed building that would wrap around Knox United Church left the Municipal Heritage Advisory Committee (MHAC) with mixed feelings at a meeting Tuesday.

The committee reviewed an approval report recommending a bylaw designating Knox United Church as a municipal heritage property be amended.

This could potentially allow Meridian Development to continue with the project, which would include a parkade, bistro and office space.

Read more: Former McNab Park residents, Saskatoon Heritage Society want area’s history recognized

According to the report, the bylaw currently in place doesn’t allow for exterior changes. However, Meridian Development’s design wouldn’t change the exterior.

“Anything in relation to the exterior of that church would require approval, would need to go through this committee, and

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Proposed downtown condo leaves Municipal Heritage Advisory Committee with mixed feelings – Saskatoon

Meridian Development’s proposed downtown condo is not in the clear yet.

The proposed building that would wrap around Knox United Church left the Municipal Heritage Advisory Committee (MHAC) with mixed feelings at a meeting Tuesday.

The committee reviewed an approval report recommending a bylaw designating Knox United Church as a municipal heritage property be amended.

This could potentially allow Meridian Development to continue with the project, which would include a parkade, bistro and office space.

Read more:
Former McNab Park residents, Saskatoon Heritage Society want area’s history recognized

According to the report, the bylaw currently in place doesn’t allow for exterior changes. However, Meridian Development’s design wouldn’t change the exterior.

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“Anything in relation to the exterior of that church would require approval, would need to go through this committee, and would need to go through the proper approval steps to make any changes or alterations,” City

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Heritage Committee approves heritage permit, facade improvement grant for 6 Water Street South

By Spencer Seymour, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter

The Heritage Advisory Committee approved a heritage permit and facade improvement grant for 6 Water Street South during their October 19th meeting.

Grant Brouwer spoke briefly on the heritage permit application and suggested the application was out of an abundance of caution and transparency for committee members as opposed to a more pressing issue. The committee approved the application to use the existing doors and the proposed trims, and support the replacement of the two doors if they are not useable as long as they mimic what the two existing doors look like.

Amy Cubberley then spoke briefly on the related application for a heritage and facade improvement grant for the same property. The grant money, according to the proposal, is earmarked for continued work on two of the building’s doors. The initial quoted price for the work currently is $4,740, however, Cubberley

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Column: Pause the sale of the Heritage | Columnists

For two decades, EHDG has partnered with Newbury Living of Des Moines to manage and maintain its rental property. Newbury manages thousands of other affordable apartment units in Iowa, has expertise in managing, refinancing, renovating affordable housing communities and an excellent reputation with the State of Iowa and the federal Housing and Urban Development department. We work together to produce exceptional results for local affordable housing projects.

Together, EHDG and Newbury continue to propose meeting with city representatives and other interested local housing organizations to create a financially sustainable, long-term plan for city low-income housing. We believe local, not-for-profit organizations provide the best solution possible for ownership of city affordable housing. We reinvest our income in the property, the adjacent neighborhoods and necessary social services serving our tenants. We know what it takes to make affordable housing work and sustain itself.

EHDG believes a financially sustainable, long-term plan for city

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