Surprise leadership change at Aurora Cannabis as Chief Corporate Officer Cam Battley resigns

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Edmonton-based Aurora Cannabis Inc. announced a major leadership change with Chief Corporate Officer Cam Battley stepping down, effective immediately.   Subscribe to the Cannabis Post newsletter for weekly insights into the industry, what insiders will be talking about and content from across the Postmedia Network. Want to keep up to date on what’s happening in the world of cannabis? Jason Dyck has sold more than 57 per cent of his shares in the company, which is currently trading at $2.68 on TSX. Lovely, snowy trail run. So thank heaven for layers. pic.twitter.com/QsYgTiUjd2 — Cam Battley (@CamBattley) December 14, 2019 Meanwhile, the move seems to be an appropriate one for Battley, who Tweeted a week ago that he is “not good with cold,” as Australia is currently in the throes of summer.

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Edmonton-based Aurora Cannabis Inc. announced a major leadership change with Chief Corporate Officer Cam Battley stepping down, effective immediately.

According to a press release issued this past Saturday, Battley, who has worked at Aurora since 2016, will be moving on to work with MedReleaf Australia — a privately held medical cannabis company founded in 2016 in Brisbane in which Aurora owns a 10 per cent stake and 50 per cent voting rights. Battley was appointed...

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