Canadian Cannabis Corp Enters Settlement Agreement For Potential Sale of the Assets of The Clinic Network Inc.

OAKVILLE, Ontario, April 25, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Canadian Cannabis Corp ("CCAN" (OTC PINK:CCAN), or the "Company") is pleased to announce that it has entered into a Settlement Agreement (the “Agreement”) resulting in the potential settlement of certain outstanding debts and other financial obligations of the Company and its affiliates (collectively, the “Debts”) owed to certain creditors.

As contemplated by the Agreement, in partial consideration for the satisfaction of the Debts, CCAN will assign certain assets of its wholly owned subsidiary, The Clinic Network Inc. (“TCN”). As additional consideration, CCAN will also enter into restrictive covenant agreements preventing it from competing with the business represented by the assigned TCN assets. The Agreement also places other obligations on CCAN in regard to its reporting obligations with the Securities and Exchange Commission and performing a successful financing for a Canadian entity as required by the creditors. The satisfaction of the Debts, termination of associated agreements, and release of the Company from the claims of the creditor are conditional on the Company successfully performing the financing for the Canadian entity.

Under the Agreement, on or prior to the first anniversary thereof, the creditor has the option to deliver to the Escrow Agent a total of CAD $1,500,000 as additional consideration, at which time one of two closings of the Agreement will occur and the assignment of the TCN assets consummated. After required payments and associated, estimated costs under the Agreement it is anticipated that, post closing, CCAN will have available approximately CAD $350,000. Of this amount, approximately CAD $270,000 will be held in an escrow account with at least CAD $150,000 of this amount to be used in connection with CCAN’s reporting obligations as required by the Agreement.

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About Canadian Cannabis Corp.
Canadian Cannabis Corp ("CCAN") (OTC PINK:CCAN) is pursuing a business plan focused on entering strategic transactions in the distribution chain of medical marijuana. The Company believes its business model of engaging in strategic transactions to solidify the distribution chain by matching suppliers with a consistent demand source and providing suppliers with expert production consulting will bring a strategic advantage to the marketplace.

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