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(PODCAST) NewlyTrading! High Tide Inc. (HITI:CSE)


December 20, 2018 / TheNewswire / On this edition of NewlyTrading, Ray Grover, CEO of High Tide Inc. (HITI:CSE).

Starting out as a small store-front specializing in the sale of smoking accessories in Calgary, High Tide's management team was forward-thinking enough that, as Cannabis legislation approached, they evolved ahead of the curve. Post-legalization, the company is now a leader in smoking accessory and cannabis lifestyle product manufacturing and distribution. Most recently, it has upped the ante with launch the of it's Canna Cabana retail cannabis store brand across Alberta, solidifying High Tide as the largest counter-culture wholesale and retail company in Canada. CEO Raj Grover sits down with Jim Ripley.



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