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OpSens Inc. (OPS-T) reported sales of $10.1-million for its third quarter ended May 31, compared to $9.2-million in the third quarter of 2021. The expectation was for revenue of $9.2-million, according to S&P Capital IQ.

Its net loss was $2.9-million or 3 cents per share compared to a loss of $570,000 or a penny per share in the third quarter of 2021. The expectation was for a loss of 2 cents.


Theratechnologies Inc. (TH-T) reported revenue of US$19.3-million for the second quarter ended May 31 compared to US$17.8-million a year ago.

Its net loss came in at US$22.7-million compared to a loss of US$6.4-million a year ago.

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The Real Brokerage Inc. (REAX-Q; REAX-X) announced that it has received conditional approval to list its common shares on the Toronto Stock Exchange and graduate from the TSX Venture Exchange.

“Listing on the TSX is a confirmation of our significant growth and allows us to continue to expand our market presence,” stated Tamir Poleg, chairman and CEO.


Organigram Holdings Inc. (OGI-Q; OGI-T) reported net revenue of $38.1-million for its third quarter ended May 31, up from $20.3-million for the same period a year ago.

Its net loss was $2.8-million compared to a net loss of $4-million a year ago. The company said the decrease in the net loss is a result of higher gross margin, lower inventory provisions and lower financing costs.


Well Health Technologies Corp. (WELL-T) announced it has formed a new legal entity called Well Health Canada Clinics Inc. to house its Canadian omnichannel clinical businesses.

The company also said it has expanded its $200-million senior secured credit facilities to a maturity date of June 2026. The company also said it has added a primary care clinic in Vancouver to its network and a new greenfield haemorrhoid treatment center in Hamilton, Ont. The combined annual revenues of the two clinics are expected to exceed $2-million in their first year under Well and be profitable, the company stated.


Altius Minerals Corp. (ALS-T) said it expects to report second-quarter attributable royalty revenue of $28.2-million, up from $21.9-million a year ago and a new quarterly record for the company. The expectation is for revenue to come in at $25.7-million, according to S&P Capital IQ. The company said it will report official results after market close on Aug. 8

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