Supreme Cannabis shareholders vote to approve $435M deal with Canopy Growth

TORONTO -- Supreme Cannabis shareholders have voted in favour of the company being sold to Canopy Growth Corp. for $435 million.

Supreme says 81.05 per cent of the votes cast were in favour of the deal.

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