Canopy Rivers Corporation is “One to Watch”

Partnership with Canopy Growth leverages the network, expertise and innovation capabilities of the world’s largest cannabis company Diversified portfolio of high-quality licensed cannabis producers, late-stage applicants, ancillary products and brands Investments tailored to meet unique needs of each counterparty while achieving positive cash flow, secured downside protection and upside equity optionality Access to an alternative investment vehicle characterized by early entry points, detailed counterparty due diligence and distinguished partners

Canopy Rivers Corporation is the venture capital investment platform of Canopy Growth Corporation (TSX: WEED) (NYSE: CGC).

Canopy Rivers is a unique investment and operating platform structured to pursue investment opportunities in the emerging global cannabis sector. Canopy Rivers collaborates with Canopy Growth to identify strategic counterparties seeking financial and/or operating support. Headquartered in Toronto, Canada, Canopy Rivers has developed an ecosystem of complementary cannabis operating companies operating throughout the cannabis value chain.

Canopy Rivers, in collaboration with Canopy Growth, has established a diverse portfolio of cannabis industry investments that includes domestic and international companies, licensed producers, late-stage licensed producer applicants, pharmaceutical formulators, brand developers and…

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