NetworkNewsBreaks – The Flowr Corp. and The Needle Capital Corp. Successfully Complete Qualifying Transaction

The Flowr Corp., a vertically-integrated Canadian licensed producer that focuses primarily on premium flower production, together with The Needle Capital Corp., this morning announced the successful completion of the qualifying transaction under the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange (the “TSXV”). In accordance with a business combination agreement entered into between Needle, Flowr and 2652253 Ontario Inc. (“Subco”), Needle and Flowr completed a transaction that resulted in a reverse takeover of Needle by the shareholders of Flowr to form the resulting issuer. Flowr and Needle attained conditional approval for the transaction from the TSXV on September 12, 2018 and the resulting issuer shares are expected to commence trading on the TSXV under the symbol “FLWR” on September 26, 2018. “Management and the Board of Directors are extremely pleased with the successful completion of our recent Financing, and we look forward to having Flowr trading on the TSXV,” The Flowr Corp. Founder and President Tom Flow stated in the news release. “We have been harvesting at our Kelowna facility since April, and recently received our sales license from Health Canada. Over the next few months we look forward to introducing our products to both the medical community and the upcoming adult-use market while continuing to ramp up production in Kelowna. With the team we’ve assembled and the facility we’re building, we feel poised to become a premier player in the cannabis space.”

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About The Flowr Corp.

Flowr, through its subsidiaries, is a vertically-integrated Canadian cannabis company focused on the natural science of cannabis.  With head offices in Markham, ON and production in Kelowna, B.C., Flowr builds and operates large-scale, GMP compliant cultivation facilities utilizing their own patented growing systems. Flowr’s investment in research and development ensures that its master growers are able to supply patients with consistent, high-quality medicinal cannabis. With a sense of craftsmanship and a spirit of innovation, Flowr is also well positioned with a line of premium quality cannabis products for the upcoming adult-use market. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.Flowr.ca

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