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“It seems that, with our company and maybe this sector generally, the subsequent events are greater than the prior period’s total events,” said Bruce Linton, Canopy chairman and chief executive, on the company’s conference call Tuesday morning. “And our subsequent events and what we did in the quarter really are to set up where we’re going.” Canopy reported a 107-per-cent increase in revenue for its second quarter, to $17.6 million, but a net loss of $1.6 million, or one cent per share. Canopy, Canada’s largest medical marijuana producer, had reported a net gain of $5. Canopy Growth doubles revenue, but reports loss as it gears up for legalization and ground-breaking drinks deal

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