He has worked for more than 15 years in the pharmaceutical and biotech sectors and also serves on the board of directors of Cannabis Canada, the trade association for licensed producers of medical cannabis.
Battley recently spoke with Cannabis Business Times writer Jonathan Katz about the forthcoming Aurora Sky facility, his company’s goals and leadership experiences.
All Trans Financial has offered to purchase a large flat screen monitor that will be installed just above the bank machines outside the All Trans suite in the east lobby.
We will once again be able to provide live video colour camera images of the nest ledge.
Flush with its triumph in Cannes last May - where it won three awards including second place in the Grand Jury Prize - The Sweet Hereafter opens the 22nd Toronto International Film Festival (Sept. There is a pivotal scene in The Sweet Hereafter where Nicole, the teenage girl played by Sarah Polley, testifies at an inquiry into a school-bus accident that has left her paralyzed from the waist down. Then, under questioning, she lies again, her voice breaking with just the right edge of emotion.
The quiet satisfaction of deceit is visible - barely - in her unwavering eyes, and in the hint of a smile that threatens from the corners of her mouth.
Playing the scene utterly still, Polley conveys a psychological depth that is uncanny.Aurora received its medical sales license in November 2015 and is one of 38 licensed producers (LPs) across Canada, and the only one located in Alberta.Aurora's wholly-owned subsidiary, Aurora Cannabis Enterprises, Inc., is a licensed producer of medical cannabis.“At a time when Russia’s military aggression against Ukraine continues unabated, this Arrangement will help Ukraine’s military better defend their country and continue the reform of Ukraine’s defence institutions.” After the collapse of the Soviet Union, Ukraine inherited a vast military industrial complex capable of producing everything from tanks and armoured vehicles to aircraft and ballistic missiles.However, without sustained investment in research and development Ukraine’s defence industry has fallen behind of not only Western but also the Russian military industrial complex with which it was closely intertwined prior to the 2014 crisis in Eastern Ukraine.