This oil is derived from Pedanios T20 L.A. Confidential and Aurora C12 Cannatonic.
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🇩🇰 About Aurora
Aurora Cannabis is a leading integrated cannabis company with a robust network of subsidiaries and strategic partnerships. With state-of-the-art production facilities and exclusive sales agreements in the European Union and beyond, Aurora operates around the globe pursuing new and emerging cannabis markets. Through the Company’s unparalleled pace of execution and commitment to innovation, Aurora has become one of the world’s largest and fastest growing cannabis companies that continues to elevate and challenge industry standards.
Aurora has three operational facilities in Canada (Aurora Sky, Aurora Vie, and Aurora Mountain) plus two new facilities projected to be operational by the end of 2019, including a 1,000,000-square-foot (93,000 m2) facility under construction in Odense, Denmark. Construction on the Nordic 2 project in Denmark was stopped in November 2019 when the company's stock dropped to a two year low. The Aurora Sun project in Alberta was put on a temporary hold. These decisions would lead to a savings of $190 million.
Aurora Mountain was Aurora's first facility, completed in 2015. It is a 55,200-square-foot (5,130 m2) production facility in Mountain View County. Aurora Vie is a 40,000-square-foot (3,700 m2), fully licensed, indoor production facility in Pointe-Claire, Quebec. It was the second licensed producer in Quebec, and was acquired in 2017 for $7 million when it was about 80% complete. In 2017, Aurora Cannabis began construction of an automated 800,000-square-foot (74,000 m2) plant in Alberta that it said would be capable of producing 100,000 kilograms of cannabis annually. The land is part of the acreage owned by the Edmonton International Airport. In 2021, Aurora shuttered its Aurora Polaris facility in Edmonton.