"Canada: Supreme "not yet approved" for sale of dried marihuana"

Supreme Pharmaceuticals wishes to clarify that, as a result of changes Health Canada made to its website, Supreme's operating subsidiary, AMMCan, was mistakenly shown as having been approved for the sale of dried marijuana.

Supreme notified IIROC upon learning of this inadvertent change to Health Canada's website, and the common shares were halted from trading. The Health Canada website has since been corrected.

Supreme wishes to clarify that, at this time, AMMCan has not yet been approved by Health Canada to sell dried marihuana but continues to take steps towards gaining such approval. These events have no impact on AMMCan's status as a Licensed Producer and are unrelated to AMMCan's progress towards obtaining the sales approval.

For more information:
Supreme Pharmaceuticals
202 – 20 De Boers Dr, Toronto ON
M3J 0H1
Phone: (416) 630-7272

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