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Canadian M&A Roundup Q3 2018

Canadian M&A has seen a sharp increase in activity in the third quarter of 2018 with $152.4B in announced deals, an increase of 63.6% from Q3 2017 and 21.8% from Q2 2018. M&A Drivers Hostile bids Consolidation in mining Beverage companies entering the cannabis space Hostile Bids According to Reuters and data from

Canadian Cannabis Industry Overview

Across the world attitudes towards cannabis are beginning to relax and in no country is this more evident than in Canada. In recent years, the view has shifted from marijuana being a dangerous drug to a viable medicine, and now to an appropriate form of recreation. Although already prescribed for

Canadian M&A Roundup Q2 2018

Canadian M&A announced deals for the second quarter totaled CAD $40B, an increase of 23% from the previous quarter and keeping pace with Q2 2017’s total of $40.43B. M&A Drivers Some factors affecting M&A activity for Q2 2018 include Trade uncertainty Large deals in the energy sector Continued consolidation for cannabis companies Trade

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