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Project Cannabis Acquisition by Columbia Care: A Game-Changer in the Industry

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Columbia Care acquires Project Cannabis in $69M deal, reshaping industry.

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In a major development in the cannabis industry, New York-based Columbia Care has signed a deal to acquire California's Project Cannabis in a $69 million stock and cash deal. The acquisition marks a significant move for Columbia Care, as it expands its footprint in the lucrative California market. With this deal, Columbia Care aims to strengthen its position as a leading player in the cannabis industry.

The acquisition of Project Cannabis by Columbia Care comes at a time when the cannabis market is experiencing rapid growth and consolidation. By combining forces, the two companies are poised to capitalize on the increasing demand for cannabis products. This acquisition is expected to bring new opportunities for growth and innovation in the industry.

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