Canopy Growth’s Bruce Linton say his exit was not entirely unexpected

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His tenure at the helm of Canada’s biggest pot co may be over but Bruce Linton is still cheerleading for the emerging sector which for many years now had Linton as its primary spokesperson and key visionary. This week, news broke that Canopy Growth’s board of directors had asked Linton to step down as co-CEO […]

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