Calgary, AB (February 20, 2019) – Sundial Growers Inc. (“Sundial”) is pleased to announce it has secured a cannabis supply agreement with the BC Liquor Distribution Branch (“BCLDB”). The partnership advances Sundial’s strategy of providing all Canadians access to its premium adult-use and medical products.
“B.C. has a proud history and culture of producing world-famous cannabis and we look to continue the tradition by providing the province with craft, premium quality cannabis that will live up to the high standards set by its forebears,” said Andrew Stordeur, Chief Commercial Officer at Sundial. “This is an exciting time at Sundial as we continue to scale with pace while focusing on delivering uninterrupted supply to our current customers.”
The additional cultivation space that was recently announced at Sundial’s flagship facility in Olds, Alberta will allow Sundial to expand distribution to all of the Western provinces along with Ontario. Supply agreements with the provincial boards of Alberta and Ontario are already in place, and approval to sell in Saskatchewan was recently received from the SGLA.
Sundial crafts premium quality, small-batch cannabis with its best-in-class facilities. Sundial differentiates itself from other licensed producers by growing “craft-at-scale” cannabis using purpose-built modular systems and award-winning genetics.
For more information about Sundial Growers Inc., visit www.sundialcannabis.com and follow us on Twitter @sundialcannabis and Instagram @SundialCannabis.
Sundial Growers announces certain changes to its executive team and board of directors. Sundial is committed to continuing to implement strong corporate governance practices throughout the organization.Read More
In the spirit of continuous optimization for efficiency and effectiveness, Sundial has made some organizational changes. This has resulted in the reduction of staff positions at our Alberta operations.Read More
The article that was published by Global News on January 22, 2020 contained a number of factual inaccuracies. The article was corrected and an apology was issued to Sundial.Read More