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LONDON, ON, Oct. 12, 2018 /CNW/ - Indiva Limited (the "Company" or "Indiva") (TSX-V:NDVA) Indiva is pleased to congratulate Jon Hiltz on the launch of his book, The Wild West: Canada's Legalization of Marijuana. The Wild West gives an insider's perspective on the confluence of events leading to marijuana legalization in Canada. The book delivers a hard-hitting account of the end of prohibition and the rise of a new multi-billion-dollar industry.
"The book provides the reader with a fascinating insider's perspective on how Canada came to be the first G7 country to legalize cannabis." explained Koby Smutylo, the Company's COO. "We're very proud of Jon's work on this important project."
Jon Hiltz has been a journalist in the cannabis industry for 3 years, writing hundreds of articles on domestic and international legalization. In addition, to being a member of the Indiva team, Jon writes for marijuana.com owned by the US cannabis tech giant Weedmaps.
The Wild West is available for purchase today on amazon.ca.
Indiva's wholly owned subsidiary is a Licensed Producer under Canada's Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulation ("ACMPR").
INDIVA's mission is to offer cannabis products that have a positive impact, improving lives and communities.
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