What do you get when you combine one of the highest paid actors and one of the wealthiest hip hop moguls, with one of the fastest growing brands in its category? This.
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German champion football club Bayern Munich will be testing the next generation of high-tech security scanners from Liberty Defense (TSX-V: SCAN) at its arena next spring that can screen the public and detect threats in real time before they walk through the door.
How this new non-intrusive threat detection technology from Liberty Defense could save lives and make the world a safer place.
There’s something extremely terrifying brewing right now. The media has mostly turned a blind eye to it, even though it should be splattered across the front page of every newspaper. In fact, what’s happening now could completely change the world in ways we can’t imagine.
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The Alkaline Water Company Inc. announces that its first product from the “A88 Infused Beverage Division” – and soon hemp-infused – is now available for commercial sale, creating a whole new category of Alkaline88®alkaline water.
Westleaf Inc. secures two additional cannabis retail stores in Saskatchewan. Both stores will be in Saskatoon and will be under Westleaf’s brand, Prairie Records, subject to provincial regulatory approval.
In another step in the direction of becoming a significant vertically integrated player in the Canadian cannabis industry, Westleaf buys out Delta 9’s interest in extraction facility.
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