Canabo Medical (TSXV:CMM, OTCQB:CAMDF) has sent a letter of intent to Aviva Medical for a share exchange agreement, which would replace a previous agreement for the operation of Cannabinoid Medical Clinics (CMClinics) in three Ontario cities.
As quoted in the press release:

Aviva Medical will operate five existing medical marijuana CMClinics in Ontario. Aviva Medical currently operates clinics in Hamilton, Stoney Creek, Burlington, and will assume operations of Canabo’s Barrie and St. Catharine’s clinics. It is proposed that Aviva Medical will open four new CMClinics Oakville, Niagara Falls, Peterborough and Etobicoke. Aviva Medical will operate a total of nine Canabo CMClinics in Ontario.
Patients at all new and existing Aviva Medical operated CMClinics will be seen under Canabo’s trained procedures, protocols, standards and research programs. All patients will also be enrolled in Canabo’s medical data collection program.
Dr. Neil Smith, Executive Chairman of Canabo, stated “Aviva Medical is a great clinic operator. We are tremendously happy that this agreement will expand our clinic base within Ontario and quickly give us access to a further 15,000 patients.”
Marcia Villafranca, President of Aviva Medical, added “We are pleased to move forward with Canabo’s expertise in the field of medical cannabis research and treatments. Our physicians are happy to join their research team and contribute to a wider acceptance in the medical community of medical marijuana treatments.”


Click here to read the full press release.

Source: www.marketwired.com

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