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  • Fire & Flower (FAF) has opened a new store in Kelowna, B.C.
  • This marks the company’s sixth store opening in Canada in the past 30 days
  • Fire & Flower is a technology-powered, adult-use cannabis retailer with more than 90 corporate-owned stores in its network
  • Fire & Flower Holdings Corp. (FAF) is up 16.35 per cent, trading at C$1.21 per share at 2:08 pm ET

Fire & Flower (FAF) has opened its sixth store in Canada in the past 30 days.

Other recent store openings include: a Fire & Flower branded corporate store in Bridgwater in Winnipeg, Manitoba, and four stores operating under license by MC Cannabis Inc. located adjacent to Circle K convenience stores in Oshawa, Guelph, Hamilton and Brampton.

Stéphane Trudel, Chief Executive Officer of Fire & Flower, commented on the news.

“We are delighted to open our latest store in the B.C. market, in the heart of downtown Kelowna. It’s a beautiful city with a diverse economy and a fantastic tourism industry, given its proximity to world-renowned resorts, restaurants and wineries. We are ready to serve our guests and add value to this thriving community of both locals and tourists by providing exceptional customer service, education, and the best products, at the best prices.”

The store opening continues to show the company’s growth in the B.C. market.

Fire & Flower is a technology-powered, adult-use cannabis retailer with more than 90 corporate-owned stores in its network. The company is a multi-banner cannabis retailer that owns and operates the Fire & Flower, Friendly Stranger, Happy Dayz and Hotbox brands.

Fire & Flower Holdings Corp. (FAF) is up 16.35 per cent, trading at C$1.21 per share at 2:08 pm ET.


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