CAN: Cannabis company starts partnership with micro-producer

ROSE LifeScience Inc. announced an official partnership with micro-producer XOPRO. Under the DLYS brand collective by ROSE, craft products from the Châteauguay, QC-based operation are now available at the SQDC. Distributed only in Québec, the DLYS collective now includes products from eight local micro-producers.

"When it comes to craft cannabis, Québec is a leader" said ROSE President and CEO Davide Zaffino. "That's undeniable. Producers like XOPRO are proving that it starts from the ground up. They work hard to preserve the special quality and passion which can only come from Québec. This partnership is a testament to that, and it makes us proud to work with XOPRO. Consumers are seeing this, as DLYS continues to expand."

At the helm of the burgeoning XOPRO are co-founders Jean Lafortune and Patrick Laurin who work closely with their partners. Growing indoors, the team operates in the rural region of Châteauguay Valley, known for its rich agriculture.

"We believe in local business," said Jean Lafortune. "Sharing the craftsmanship and care our team puts into our products is why we work so hard. Through the DLYS collective, we can do just that. As part of the bigger craft movement, we are empowered to focus on our expertise — which is making great local products the people of Québec deserve."

Released exclusively at the SQDC, XOPRO is introducing the aptly named "DLYS Châteauguay". Its first strain is Black Mountain Side, a hand-cured, Hybrid flower with lemon, diesel, and skunk aromas.

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