CannTrust Holdings keep “Top Pick” status at Echelon Wealth Partners

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Expansion plans at CannTrust Holdings (CSE:TRST) have Echelon Wealth Partners analyst Russell Stanley reiterating his “Top Pick” rating on the stock.

On Monday, CannTrust announced it had received a Health Canada sales licence for the 250,000-square-foot phase 1 of its 46-acre cannabis greenhouse production facility in the Niagara region.

“The expansion of our greenhouse facility together with our Health Canada sales licence will allow Canntrust to meet growing market demand and provide maximum value to our customers, partners and shareholders. Our increased production together with our expanding product lines positions us to continue to build on our strong partnerships in both the Canadian retail recreational market and in the global emerging markets,” CEO Eric Paul said.

Stanley says CannTrust is making clear progress.

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