High Tide Reopens Canna Cabana Retail Stores

Canna Cabana retail cannabis stores in Ontario will re-open

High Tide Inc. (CSE:HITI) , an Alberta-based, retail-focused cannabis corporation enhanced by the manufacturing and wholesale distribution of smoking accessories and cannabis lifestyle products, is pleased to announce that, as the result of an emergency order approved by Ontario's cabinet on April 7, 2020, the Canna Cabana retail cannabis stores in Hamilton, Sudbury and Toronto will re-open in compliance with the order's scope of operations during the prescribed 14-day period. Many of the staff who were temporarily laid-off from the Ontario Stores are being recalled to fulfil the newly permitted customer orders available to be placed online and by phone.

We applaud the Ontario government for openly listening to stakeholders, swiftly amending its position and reasonably allowing retail stores to re-open and provide customers with access to legal recreational cannabis products and accessories.Raj Grover, President & Chief Executive Officer.

"All three Canna Cabana locations in Ontario are ready to receive click-and- collect orders via www.cannacabana.com and take orders over the phone for pick-up at each store, while we continue to explore the option of providing deliveries to our valued customers," added Mr. Grover. High Tide continues to monitor the situation closely while keeping its retail and wholesale businesses open across Canada and internationally, subject to local restrictions.

To learn more about High Tide Inc, visit the company HQ here.

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Casey Peternell
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