Mohawk man may lead .26 billion dollar Canadian cannabis company

By Lynda Powless Editor A Wahta Mohawk man could soon be at the helm of a .26 billion dollar Canadian cannabis company after an investor sent a letter to the board of directors demanding the resignation of Hexo Corp’s chief executive officer, Sebastien St-Louis from the company St-Lous himself founded almost a decade ago. The letter cites poor stewarding of the company’s finances and was authored by Adam Arviv, an investor who has acted as an advisor to the family behind Redecan Pharm, the Ontario based pot producer Hexo acquired in May. Arviv’s recommendations for a new CEO included not only Hexo Corp’s Chief financial Officer Trent MacDonald but former Redecan co-owner Pete Montour, the son of Jerry Montour one of the founders of  Grand River Enterprises, the largest Indigeous…

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