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Our roundup of Canadian small-caps of between $100-million and $2.5-billion in market capitalization making news and on the move today.

Aurora Cannabis Inc. (ACB-T) and Alcanna Inc. (CLIQ-T) have reached a license agreement giving Alcanna exclusive rights to open retail cannabis stores under the brand name “Aurora” across Canada. “Alcanna’s position as the biggest private sector liquor retailer in Canada, aligns with Aurora’s position as one of the world’s leading cannabis companies,” the company stated.

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Paramount Resources Ltd. (POU-T) reported a net loss of $134.6-million or $1.01 per share in the second quarter versus a profit of $45.3-million or 42 cents a year earlier. Analysts were expecting a loss of 57 cents per share.

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Trinidad Drilling Ltd. (TDG-T) reported second-quarter revenue of $129.6-million up from $101.2-million a year ago and above expectations of $119.9-million. Its net loss was $11.9-million or 5 cents per share versus a loss of $5.6-million or 2 cents a year ago.

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Real Matters Inc. (REAL-T) reported revenue of $73.5-million in the third quarter up versus $76.7-million a year ago and in line with expectations of $73.7-million. Its net income was $900,000 or a penny per share versus a loss of $8.8-million or 11 cents a year ago. Analysts were expecting a loss of 3 cents in the latest quarter.

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SunOpta Inc. (STKL-Q; SOY-T) reported revenues of US$319.3-million for the second quarter compared to US$336.5-million in the second quarter of 2017. Its loss attributable to common shareholders of US$5.1 million or 6 cents per common share compared to a loss attributable to common shareholders of US$2.4-million or 3 cents in the second quarter of 2017. Analysts were expecting revenue of US$310.5-million in the latest quarter and a loss of 4 cents.

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Rocky Mountain Dealerships Inc. (RME-T) said sales increased 27.8 per cent to $302.6-million in the second quarter compared with $236.9-million for the same period in 2017 “due to record second quarter new equipment sales.” Net earnings were $6.1-million versus $4.9-million a year earlier and below expectations of $7.1-million.

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Goldmoney Inc. (XAU-T) reported first-quarter revenue of $119.8-million versus $125.2-million a year ago. Gross profit was a quarterly record of $4-million versus $3.7-million a year ago.

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Stingray Digital Group Inc. (RAY.A-T; RAY.B-T) says its first-quarter revenues increased 16 per cent to $34.5-million, which was in line with expectations and compared to $29.7-million a year ago. Net income of $1.3-million, or 2 cents per share compared to $300,000 or a penny per share a year ago. Adjusted net income was $5.8-milion or 10 cents, in line with expectations and compared to adjusted net income of $5.7-million or 11 cents last year.

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Dream Industrial REIT (DIR.UN-T) reported second-quarter net income of $16.2-million versus a loss of $7.1-million a year ago. Funds from operations came in at $20.1-million or 21 cents per unit versus expectations of 23 cents and compared to $18.5-million or 23 cents a year ago.

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Indigo Books and Music Inc. (IDG-T) reported first-quarter revenue of $205.4-million, which was below expectations of $212.9-million and compared to $206.4-million for the same time last year. The company reported same-store sales growth of 2.4 per cent year-over-year. Its net loss was $15.4-million or 57 cents per share versus a loss of $5.3-million or 20 cents a year ago.

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AGT Food and Ingredients Inc. (AGT-T) reported revenue of $402.9-million in the second quarter, which was below expectations of $410.8-million and compared to $451.3-million a year ago. Its net loss was $17.3-million or 71 cents per share versus a loss of $180,000 or a penny a year ago.

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AGT also announced that it has formed a special committee of independent directors to evaluate a previously announced non-binding proposal from a group comprised of certain members of AGT's management group, led by CEO Murad Al-Katib, to privatize AGT.

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goeasy Ltd. (GSY-T) reported second-quarter revenue of $123.3-million up 26 per cent from $97.5-million a year ago. Analysts were expecting revenue of $119.9-million in the most recent quarter. Net income was a record $11.8-million or 82 cents per share up from $8.9-million or 63 cents a year ago.

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Altus Group Ltd. (AIF-T) said second-quarter consolidated revenues increased 5 per cent year-over-year to $134.2-million, which was in line with expectations. Its loss was $300,000 or a penny per share compared to $104.9-million or $2.75 per share during the same period in 2017, “due to an accounting gain on the partial deemed disposition and re-measurement of retained interest in the company’s investment in Real Matters Inc. during the second quarter of 2017.”

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Firm Capital Mortgage Investment Corp. (FC-T) reported a profit of $6.3-million or 24.1 cents per share in the second quarter which was in line with expectations and compared to $5.8-million or 23.8 cents per share reported for the same period last year.

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Labrador Iron Ore Royalty Corp. (LIF-T) reported royalty revenue for the second quarter of $5.1-million as compared to $33.8-million for the second quarter of 2017. Its loss was $3.3-million or 5 cents per share compared to a profit of $32.3-million or 50 cents per share for the same period in 2017.

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