Biome Opens the Door to U.S. Investors

Biome Grow Inc. (CSE: BIO) began trading on the OTCQB® on January 2, 2019 with the ticker symbol “BIOIF”. While the company was already listed on the OTC Pink exchange, the move to the OTCQB® exchange could significantly expand its presence in the U.S. capital markets.
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Q&A: Biome Grow’s Khurram Malik on automated operations, global expansion

Toronto-based Biome Grow became the latest Canadian cannabis producer to list on a U.S. public market.
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Cannabis industry leaders anticipate more legalization and more competition in 2019

With medical or recreational marijuana now available to more than half of the U.S. population and more states’ leaders talking about legalization, 2019 is set to be a very big year for the cannabis industry.
Green Entrepreneur

Biome Grow secures sales license for Nova Scotia subsidiary – CFN Media

CFN Media Group announces publication of an article discussing Highland Grow Inc., which has received a license to sell to both consumers and other licensed producers.
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Industry leaders respond to passing of Farm Bill by Congress

With the quick toss from Senate to Congress, and now Congress to Donald Trump, the US Farm Bill is poised to legalize industrial hemp at the federal level.
Marijuana Retail Report

Predictions for cannabis 2019 from entrepreneurs on the front lines

Entrepreneurs in the industry cite new ways to invest, better testing and the continued explosion of CBD products as some of the biggest trends.

Antigonish County cannabis grower gets OK to sell products

A Nova Scotia cannabis grower has received a sales licence from Health Canada and hopes to have its product available for purchase at NSLC stores in time for Christmas.
CBC News

Antigonish County based Highland Grow receives licence to sell pot

Highland Grow of Antigonish County has received approval from Health Canada to sell cannabis.
The Chronicle Herald

Cronos CEO says he immediately ‘hit it off’ with Altria: Q&A

Biome's CEO, Khurram Malik, discusses the Altria announcment on BNN Bloomberg.
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Rising High: A talk with Canada's next cannabis conglomerate

In this edition, The Fly conducted an exclusive interview with Khurram Malik, chief executive officer of Biome Grow (ORTFD), a Canadian-based company aiming to become the next cannabis conglomerate through its diversified holdings. In the interview, Malik discussed the company, competition, legalization, and much more.
The Fly

Power Play: Cannabis supply shortages (Video Clip)

Khurram Malik of Biome Grow Inc. on factors that led to the cannabis shortage
CTV News

Canada-wide cannabis shortages could last years, producers warn

The supply shortages that have plagued many provinces in the first month of legal cannabis will likely persist for years, industry insiders say.
Global News

Canada-wide cannabis shortage could last years (Audio Clip)

Only a month after legalization we have a nation wide cannabis shortage. We brought on Khurram Malik, CEO and Director of Biome Grow Inc. to elaborate on this issue.
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Biome Grow CEO talks about massive distribution deal

Khurram Malik, CEO of Canadian cannabis company Biome Grow, discusses the company's new distribution agreement with Newfoundland and Labrador, which will see the company provide nearly 53,000 pounds of marijuana to the area over the next three years.

Pot stocks pare gains as optimism to legalize in U.S. grows

Khurram Malik, chief executive officer of Biome Grow Inc., a Canadian cannabis producer, said that the U.S. midterm results could see President Donald Trump pivot to a pro-cannabis agenda to win support from younger voting blocks that would typically only cast their ballots in presidential elections.
BNN Bloomberg

Canada’s cannabis shortages could continue intermittently through 2020, according to insiders

The cannabis shortages currently plaguing many Canadian provinces are driven by regulatory and production missteps, both predictable and inevitable, according to industry insiders.
Toronto Star

N.L.'s largest cannabis facility planned for Bay St. George

Another company planning to grow and sell marijuana in Newfoundland and Labrador says its setup in the Bay St. George area, once complete in 2019, will be the province's largest.
CBC News

Province reaches agreement for new cannabis producer in NL

The provincial government is touting the benefits of a brand new cannabis production and supply agreement with Biome Grow Inc, announced this morning in St. George’s.

Biome Grow’s deal with N&L touted as Atlantic Canada’s largest cannabis supply agreement

Back Home Medical Cannabis Corporation, Biome Grow Inc.’s Newfoundland and Labrador brand, has entered into a 24,000 kg, three-year production and supply agreement with the province of Newfoundland and Labrador.
The Growth Op

Biome Grow starts trading on Canadian Securities Exchange; aims to build Canadian cannabis conglomerate

The firm says the listing will help increase visibility, open doors to prospective global investors, improve liquidity and present a more diversified shareholder base
Proactive Investors

Biome Grow is investing in Atlantic Canadian cannabis sector

Toronto, Ontario (October 16, 2018) – Biome Grow Inc. is focusing on the Atlantic Canada region and investing in building strong Atlantic Canadian roots ahead of industry legalization on October 17, 2018.
Cannabis Daily

Biome Grow begins trading on CSE under symbol (BIO)

The company is helmed by CEO Khurram Malik and has a business plan gaining big attention in the circles of professional cannabis investors, entrepreneurs and market makers.
Cannabis Daily

Biome Grow Inc. CSE Profile

Biome Grow Inc. is structured to be a centrally run business with cannabis production and distribution assets that are designed for certain Canadian provinces where there is a competitive advantage over large, national incumbent cannabis producers.

Marijuana Stock Review adds Biome Grow Inc. (BIO) to watch list

“Listing on the CSE represents a significant milestone in the growth and expansion of Biome as we continue to build a Canadian cannabis conglomerate,” said Khurram Malik, Interim Chief Executive Officer of Biome.
Marijuana Stock Review

Biome Grow going public today, 10/9

Biome Grow Inc. will begin trading on the Canadian Securities Exchange under ticker symbol “BIO” Tuesday October 9. The company is employing a conglomerate strategy, currently focused in the Atlantic Provinces of Canada, to the burgeoning legal cannabis industry.

Biome Grow to begin trading on the Canadian Securities Exchange under the symbol “BIO” today

TORONTO, Oct. 09, 2018 (CSE: BIO) – Biome Grow (“Biome” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that it will begin trading on the Canadian Securities Exchange (“CSE”) at market open today under the trading symbol “BIO”.
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Biome Grow places focus on Atlantic Canada's cannabis sector

Cannabis-focused Biome Grow Inc (CSE:BIO) said Tuesday that it is settings its eyes on Atlantic Canada, when it comes to investing in building strong Atlantic Canadian roots ahead of recreational cannabis legalization on Oct. 17, 2018.
Proactive Investors

Newly public Biome Grow Inc (CNSX:BIO) launches virtual dispensary WeedVR

Biome Grow Inc (CNSX:BIO) CEO Khurram Malik talks about the challenges of being a newly listed cannabis company competing with established industry leaders. The company is uniquely situated to take advantage of provincial regulatory differences because the company operates in under-served provinces in Atlantic Canada and has established strong local brands.
Midas Letter

Growing Business: It's a fertile market for Antigonish County cannabis operation

A 100,000 square foot marijuana growing facility is in the works for rural Antigonish County. That’s a 2.5 acre building. Highland Grow, whose 7,000 square foot facility is waiting on a final inspection from Health Canada before it receives a license to sell, plans to start construct before year’s end.
The Chronicle Herald

New cannabis firm’s parent company starts trading on CSE

Biome Grow, an Ontario-based cannabis company, is the parent company of Back Home Medical Cannabis Corp. in Barachois Brook on the province’s west coast. Biome stepped in to acquire the company late last year from St. George’s entrepreneur Dave Callahan, who has stayed on as president of the subsidiary.
The Telegram

Biome Grow poised to go public, take over the Atlantic provinces

Biome Grow is a conglomerate of licensed producers and LP applicants, based for the most part in Canada’s underserved Atlantic Provinces. The company has received conditional approval for listing on the Canadian Securities Exchange, likely under the ticker ‘BIO’, and the stock could be actively trading any day now.