Our roundup of Canadian small-caps of between $100-million and $2.5-billion in market capitalization making news and on the move today.
Good Natured Products Inc. (GDNP-X), a plant-based products and packaging company, reported third-quarter revenues increased 286 per cent to a record $18-million compared to $4.7- million for the year-ago period. Analysts were expecting revenue of $18.7-million.
Its net loss of $2.9-million compared to a net loss of $1.7-million a year ago.
Osisko and Northern Star have also agreed to negotiate, on an exclusive basis, the terms of an earn-in and joint-venture on up to a 50-per-cent interest in Osisko’s Windfall Project.
The company said the net proceeds of the debenture will be used for the advancement of its Windfall Project and for general corporate purposes.
Perimeter Medical Imaging AI, Inc. (PINK-X) reported a net loss of $3.9-million for the third quarter compared to net income of $800,030 for the same quarter last year. The expectation was for a loss of $3.4-million in the latest quarter.
Operating expenses for the three months ended Sept. 30 were $3.7-million versus $2.2-million a year earlier.
Red White & Bloom Brands Inc. (RWB-C) reported third-quarter revenue of $11.8-million compared to $6.1-million a year ago. EBITDA was $5.9-million compared to an EBITDA loss of $5.8-million last year.
Its net loss was $5.5-million compared to $9.5-million a year ago. The company said the change in net loss was primarily a result of the revaluation of its call/put options, “as well as rightsizing compensation and achieving economies of scale.”
“The increase is primarily attributable to acquisition growth with four acquisitions completed in the preceding quarter, and 14 acquisitions completed in the last 12 months,” the company stated.
Its net loss attributable was $4.2-million or 2 cents per share, compared to $2.7-million or 2 cents per share a year ago. Analysts were expecting a loss of a penny per share.
SIR Royalty Income Fund (SRV.UN-T) reported fourth-quarter same-store sales of $49-million for the 16-week period ended Aug. 29 compared to $32.7-million for the 17-week period ended Aug. 30 a year ago.
Food and beverage revenue from corporate restaurant operations totalled $50.1-million, an increase of 45.8 per cent compared to a year ago, the company said.
Its net loss was $28.4-million compared to a net loss of $1.1-million a year earlier. Adjusted net earnings were $7-million versus $2.3-million last year.
The agreement sees each share of Amarillo exchanged for cash consideration 40 cents per share and one share of a new Brazil-focused exploration company, Lavras Gold Corp.
Lavras will be capitalized with $10-million cash and will hold all assets and rights with respect to the Lavras do Sul gold project in southern Brazil.
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