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MEDIA ADVISORY: Canadian Afghanistan War Veteran and cannabis industry leaders to appear before Senate Subcommittee on Veterans Affairs
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OTTAWA, Oct. 30, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Canadian Forces veteran Riley McGee, President of AbbaMedix Corp, a Licensed Cannabis Producer and Alex Kroon, President of Canada House Clinics, a leading Canadian provider of Cannabinoid Therapy services, will be appearing before the Senate Veterans Affairs Subcommittee to discuss the positive and life renewing effects of cannabis treatment on Canadian Veterans and front-line emergency and safety workers. They will be discussing the cannabis treatment regimes that Canada House has been tracking, particularly with veterans, over the last 5 years and the results of transferring patients from chemical based pharmaceuticals to natural and safe cannabis treatment strains.
|WHAT:||Appearance before Senate Subcommittee on Veterans Affairs|
|WHEN:||October 31, 2018 – 12:00PM EDT|
|WHERE:||Room 2, The Victoria Building, 140 Wellington St, Ottawa, ON K1A 0A4|
|WHY:||Presentation on the study of the services and benefits provided to members of the Canadian Forces; to veterans; to members and former members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and their families|
Mr. McGee and Mr. Kroon are available for interviews with members of the media following their presentation. Please make requests to the contact below.
Canada House Clinics (formerly MFT) and AbbaMedix Corp are divisions of publicly traded parent company Canada House Wellness Group Inc. (CSE symbol: CHV) www.canadahouse.ca
For further information and media inquiries:
Chief, Business Development
Canada House Wellness Group