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Canopy Growth Corporation Reports Third Quarter Fiscal 2019 Financial Results: Gross Sales of $98M; Net Revenue Hits Record $83M

Canopy Growth Corporation Reports Third Quarter Fiscal 2019 Financial Results: Gross Sales of $98M; Net Revenue Hits Record $83M

SMITHS FALLS, Ontario, February 15, 2019 /PRNewswire/ --

  • Cannabis shipments totaled 10,102 kilograms and kilogram equivalents.
  • Net income of $74.9 million, including changes in fair values of financial liabilities included in Other Income.
  • Closed the previously announced $5 billion investment by Constellation Brands Inc and began putting that capital to work for shareholders with key acquisitions of Storz & Bickel and the assets of ebbu Inc.
  • Expanded to new markets including United Kingdom and Peru, and announced intention to establish operations in New York State, marking the Company's entry into the US hemp market.
  • Intellectual property portfolio grew to 32 issued patents and over 140 patent applications, covering a range of target areas from technology to genetics to clinical formulations.

Canopy Growth Corporation (TSX: WEED) (NYSE: CGC) ("Canopy Growth" or "the Company") today released its consolidated financial results for the third quarter fiscal 2019 ended December 31, 2018. All financial information in this press release is reported in Canadian dollars, unless otherwise indicated.


   
    Third Quarter Fiscal 2019 Operational and Financial Highlights

                                                                 Q3 2019  Q3 2018 % Change
    Net revenue (millions)                                         $83.0    $21.7     282%
    Kilograms and kilogram equivalents sold                       10,102    2,330     334%
    Average Selling Price per gram - Recreational                  $6.96        -       NM
    Average Selling Price per gram - Canadian Medical              $9.77    $8.21      19%
    Average Selling Price per gram - International Medical        $13.28   $12.61       5%
    Average Selling Price per gram                                 $7.33    $8.30     -12%
    Inventory & Biological Assets (millions)                        $216     $108     100%
    Kilograms harvested (kilograms)                                7,556    7,961      -5%
    Cash, cash equivalents and marketable securities (millions)   $4,915     $429    1046%
    NM = Not Meaningful


   
    Third Quarter Fiscal 2019 Revenue Highlights

                                                          Q3 2019     Q3 2018     % Change
    Canadian Recreational Cannabis Gross Revenue -
    Business to Business                                     $60.1           -          NM
    Canadian Recreational Cannabis Gross Revenue -
    Business to Consumer                                     $11.5           -          NM
    Canadian Recreational Cannabis Revenue - Subtotal        $71.6           -          NM
    Canadian Medical Cannabis Gross Revenue                  $15.9       $19.3        -18%
    International Medical Cannabis Gross Revenue              $2.7        $1.0        170%
    Medical Revenue - Subtotal                               $18.6       $20.3         -8%
    Other Revenue                                             $7.5        $1.4        436%
    Total Gross Revenue                                      $97.7       $21.7        350%
    Less Excise Taxes                                        $14.7           -          NM
    Net Revenue                                              $83.0       $21.7        282%
    NM = Not Meaningful


   
    Third Quarter Fiscal 2019 Product Sales Highlights

    Product Sales (Kilograms & kilogram
    equivalents)                                      Q3 2019       Q3 2018       % Change
    Canadian Recreational Cannabis - Business to
    Business                                             7,381             0            NM
    Canadian Recreational Cannabis - Business to
    Consumer                                               906             0            NM
    Canadian Medical Cannabis                            1,611         2,254          -29%
    International Medical Cannabis                         204            76          168%
    Total                                               10,102         2,330          334%
    NM = Not Meaningful

Management Commentary

"Our successful first full quarter with recreational sales in Canada reinforces our long held strategy of making meaningful investments early in order to secure market share," said Bruce Linton, Chairman & Co-CEO, Canopy Growth. "With a strong cash position, we added strategic assets and IP through acquisitions to accelerate the sophistication of our inputs with ebbu, and our consumer-facing outputs with Storz and Bickel."

"The Canadian recreational cannabis market will be dominated in the long term by businesses delivering excellent products and consumer experiences. Sales from the first wave of products and retail environments launched in the third quarter demonstrate that we are capturing consumers' attention."

Concluded Linton, "We have developed an unprecedented and unparalleled fully integrated platform at scale and will continue to expand by making strategic production investments in regions with federally permissible paths to market for our cannabis and hemp offerings. We believe this strategy will develop a significant and sustained return on invested capital over the long-term."

Product & Production Summary

Oils, including the Company's Softgel capsules, accounted for 33% of product revenue (reported net revenue excluding other revenue) in the three months ended December 31, 2018, up from 23% of product revenue in the same period last year, demonstrating an increased demand for value-added formats. During the third quarter of fiscal 2019, approximately 30% and 42% of recreational and medical sales, respectively, were comprised of oils, including Softgel capsules.

To position Canopy Growth to supply the significant quantities of cannabis oil that the Company expects will be required to meet the needs of future value added products including vape pens and beverages, the Company took steps during the quarter to augment its owned current and planned extraction capacity by entering into extraction supply related agreements with Valens GroWorks Corp., Medipharm Labs Corp., and POS Holdings Inc. ("POS Holdings"). In addition, during the quarter, the Company completed the terms of a financing related agreement with POS Holdings to lock in dedicated extraction support to Canopy Growth.

In the transition from a "medical marijuana" business to a business producing clinically proven cannabinoid therapies, the Company experienced a decline in its Canadian medical market demand in the quarter. The decline may be attributed to the initial adjustment to the available legal recreational market which patients can also access. Additionally, medical revenues reflected a migration to a tighter medical product range as well as elevating and re-focusing Spectrum Cannabis to a more pure medical/pharma focused brand proposition.

International medical revenues in the three months ended December 31, 2018, consisting primarily of sales in Germany, increased by 170 percent over the same quarter in the prior year to $2.7 million.

Other revenue for the quarter was $7.5 million, coming from partner clinic revenue, merchandise sales, and device sales by the Company's wholly-owned subsidiary Storz & Bickel following the close of its acquisition on December 6, 2018.

Canadian Regulated Adult Use Market - Cannabis Sales

The Company placed significant focus on shipping core products, backed by deep inventory levels, into physical retail store networks across the country. In the face of strong product demand and overall sector supply shortages, the inventory levels have served to improve the availability of the Company's products on retail store shelves. Also, at the end of the quarter, the Company began shipping value-added Softgel capsules and pre-rolled joint products in recreational channels across the country.

Canadian Regulated Adult Use Market - Retail Footprint

Canopy Growth finalized its acquisition of HIKU during the second quarter, adding the Tokyo Smoke retail channel to complement its Tweed banner stores. Offering two distinct customer experiences will allow the Company to appeal to various consumer demographics without saturating any single segment. Tokyo Smoke operates four corporate owned retail cannabis stores and an e-commerce platform in Manitoba. Tweed retail now has 10 corporate owned locations selling cannabis across Newfoundland & Labrador and Manitoba, plus a licensed store in Saskatchewan and an e-commerce presence in Manitoba and Nunavut. The Company plans to add, in provinces with private retail models, 20 additional Tweed stores and 20 additional Tokyo Smoke stores. In the province of Ontario, the company is exploring partnership opportunities to ensure consumers in that market can experience the distinct Tweed and Tokyo Smoke retail experiences while working within the provincial framework.

Third Quarter Fiscal 2019 Gross Margin1 Summary

The Company is in the final stages of completing its Canadian production and extraction platform. The cost of sales includes the impact of operating costs of cannabis cultivation subsidiaries not fully commissioned, including our Delta greenhouse and a number of zones at the Aldergrove greenhouse facility, both going through fit-ups, as well as Edmonton and Fredericton, also in construction during the quarter. Vert Mirabel also initiated its first pilot grow cycle, which combined with the other non-producing assets to result in higher non-recurring overheads. Cost of sales also included costs associated with developing edible and beverage products for which markets will be available later in calendar 2019. Excluding the costs associated with these non-cultivating subsidiaries totaling approximately $13.1 million and absorbing medical excise taxes of $2.1 million in order to ease the burden imposed on patients, the gross margin2 before the fair value impacts in cost of sales and other inventory charges would have been $33.5 million or 40% of sales. Gross margin was also impacted by lower average recreational business to business prices, as compared to historic direct to consumer medical sales.

Greenhouse facilities operate in zones. Aldergrove, Delta and Mirabel have been planted in a manner that allows for ongoing harvests, rather than one large harvest, to increase the utilization of assets such as post harvest processes and provide for a steady supply of product going forward. The Aldergrove greenhouse began its third harvest earlier in the current quarter and the Delta facility is expected to begin its next harvest later in the current quarter.

The Company believes gross margins will expand in the coming quarters when all of its cultivation facilities reach full utilization and cycle through initial pilot harvests to be high performing assets. In addition, margins are expected to expand when edibles and beverages are introduced later in calendar 2019 with lower costs of active ingredients per serving.

Third Quarter Fiscal 2019 Operating Expense Summary


   
                                                 Three months ended
                                            As a % of                            As a % of

                          December 31,         Net           December 31,           Net

                              2018           Revenue             2017             Revenue
    (CDN $000's)
    Operating Expenses
    Sales and marketing $       44,895            54%      $        9,409              43%
    Research and
    development                  5,264             6%                 287               1%
    General and
    administration              46,088            55%              11,050              51%
    Acquisition-related
    costs                        4,520             5%                 790               4%
    Share-based
    compensation
    expense                     63,911            77%              17,879              82%
    Depreciation and
    amortization                 5,015             6%               3,147              15%
    Total operating
    expenses            $      169,693                     $       42,562

                                                 Nine months ended
                                            As a % of                            As a % of

                          December 31,         Net           December 31,           Net

                              2018           Revenue             2017             Revenue

    (CDN $000's)
    Operating Expenses
    Sales and marketing $      101,208            77%      $       23,452              43%
    Research and
    development                  7,964             6%                 914               2%
    General and
    administration             102,777            78%              26,936              49%
    Acquisition-related
    costs                        9,606             7%               2,491               5%
    Share-based
    compensation
    expense                    189,833           143%              28,936              52%
    Depreciation and
    amortization                11,640             9%               9,974              18%
    Total operating
    expenses            $      423,028                     $       92,703

Businesses built on top quality product and customer service require upfront investment. Management believes foundational investment is required to build the Company's significant and diversified production platform, flexible distribution capability, world-leading brands, retail capabilities, medical and recreational sales and customer support capabilities. Canopy Growth also requires robust information technology infrastructure, international business development and operations. These investments directly impacted profitability in the quarter but represent prudent long term investments to strengthen the Company's global leadership position. Both sales and marketing and general and administrative expenses were up significantly relative to the same period last year. Management expects these expenses to level off in the near term in its Canadian operations.

The Company's Applied Science team is researching a variety of intellectual property opportunities including those relating to growth patterns under different environmental scenarios and the genetics of various strains, the development of patent pending technology related to equipment that the Company has engineered specifically for the cannabis industry to be incorporated in Canopy Growth's operations and ongoing R&D work being performed in the Company's Dealers License Area that is expected to lead to the development of new cannabis-based product form factors that will enter the market when permitted. With the acquisition of Canopy Health Innovations, the additional scope of R&D being undertaken and additional resourcing necessary, R&D expenses were up significantly over the same period last year. Applied Science expenses will continue to increase as the Company aggressively pursues IP. Advancing scientific understanding through plant science, technological applications, and clinical trials is the fastest path to developing sustainable high margin products.

Acquisition-related expenses in the third quarter period ended December 31, 2018 were primarily related to the acquisitions of the assets of ebbu Inc. and Storz & Bickel and the financing of POS Holdings. In addition, costs were incurred due to the ongoing evaluation of potential acquisitions performed during the period and increased legal, accounting and strategic business consulting services required to complete or evaluate the transactions. The Company is likely to acquire additional strategic assets in the future as it pursues its business strategy.

In respect of the recorded stock compensation expense, in practice, all employees of the Company receive stock options as part of their compensation package. Acquisition-related milestone payments based on future performance and related criteria have been treated as stock compensation expense instead of being allocated to the purchase price.

Third Quarter Fiscal 2019 Adjusted EBITDA Summary (Non-GAAP measure)2

Adjusted EBITDA in the third quarter fiscal 2019 amounted to a loss of $75.1 million compared to a loss of $5.7 million in the same period last year.

Year-to-date, Adjusted EBITDA amounted to a loss of $69.0 million compared to a loss of $14.4 million in the same period last year.

The Adjusted EBITDA is reconciled and explained in the Management's Discussion & Analysis under "Adjusted EBITDA (Non-GAAP Measure)" a copy of which will be filed on SEDAR and EDGAR after financial markets close today. The Adjusted EBITDA is reconciled in a table elsewhere in this press release.

Third Quarter Fiscal Year 2019 Other Income and Net Earnings Summary

Other income of $235.2 million for the three months ended December 31, 2018 was primarily made up of fair value changes on financial assets and financial liabilities. The amount includes a fair value gain of $185.8 million arising from the decrease in the fair value of the senior convertible notes from the end of the second quarter to the end of the third quarter and a fair value gain of $36.4 million on financial assets, principally the TerrAscend and Slang warrants.

The Company also had interest income of $18.6 million on cash and marketable securities. This income was partly offset by a loss of $6.3 million as a result of the TerrAscend restructuring which resulted in the exchange of the TerrAscend shares and warrants for the non-voting, non-participating exchangeable shares.

The Company recorded an income tax expense of $1.0 million for the three months ended December 31, 2018. In the comparative period last year, the Company recorded income tax expense of $7.6 million.

Net income for the three months ended December 31, 2018 was $74.9 million compared to a net income of $11.0 million in the comparative period last year.

Other income of $63.5 million for the nine months ended December 31, 2018 is primarily made up of fair value changes on financial assets and financial liabilities, and a gain on the acquisition of the Company's unowned interest in CHI.

The Company recorded an income tax recovery of $1.4 million for the nine months ended December 31, 2018. In the comparative period last year, the Company recorded income tax expense of $9.6 million.

Net loss for the nine months ended December 31, 2018 was $346.7 million compared to net income of $227 thousand in the comparative period last year.

Update on Intellectual Property Development

During the third quarter, Canopy Animal Health ("CAH") completed certain pre-clinical studies related to the treatment of anxiety in companion animals using CBD. In addition, CAH completed certain cannabis consumption safety trials which produced data critical to validating the safety of cannabis-based therapeutic products for animals.

Subsequent to the end of the quarter, Canopy Health Innovations began Phase IIb "in-human" clinical trials to evaluate the use of medical cannabis in the treatment of insomnia. The trials are being conducted in collaboration with a leading Canadian research institution.

During the quarter, the Company acquired the assets, including over 40 cannabis-related patent applications filed representing over 1,500 invenctions, of Colorado-based hemp researcher, ebbu. Intellectual property and R&D advancements achieved by ebbu's team apply directly to Canopy Growth's hemp and THC-rich cannabis genetic breeding program. The Company believes applying ebbu's IP has the potential to reduce the cost of CBD production. In addition, ebbu's IP portfolio will contribute to the clinical formulations program being executed by Canopy Health Innovations.

The Company's Intellectual Property portfolio includes 32 issued patents and over 140 patent applications covering hardware, product formulation, genetics, production innovation and medical treatments.

Update on Branding and Market Activities

The Company adheres to a disciplined approach to portfolio expansion as it continues to identify new market opportunities by identifying the needs that brands could satisfy for adults in the legalized cannabis market and assessing both the economic appeal of meeting these needs and their fit with the positioning of existing brands. Canopy Growth has built a portfolio of belief-led and purpose-driven brands, with authentic origin stories and distinct points of view on the world, spanning both local and global provenance.

The Company brought Tweed, the Company's core brand, to the recreational market. As part of the national launch strategy, Tweed has had a strong focus on building awareness through exclusive media partnerships, experiential activations, and proprietary responsibility programs like the "Don't Drive High" program undertaken in collaboration with Uber & MADD Canada. The focus to engage and educate consumers across the country both pre and post-launch, along with Tweed's retail store network has resulted in Tweed securing aided awareness of 20% amongst cannabis consumers and intenders. In addition to its core consumer brand, Tweed, Canadian adults also saw the successful recreational launch of Tokyo Smoke and DOJA, as well as partner brands LBS and DNA Genetics.

During the quarter, Canopy Growth also launched new and improved product offerings like oral cannabis sprays and pre-rolled joints made by our custom-built, proprietary automated cannabis joint rolling machines right in the heart of our Smiths Falls headquarters. The Company also unveiled its one-of-a-kind custom packaging - a unique and proprietary child-resistant, air-tight tin. Canopy Growth's strategic approach to supply and distribution allowed the Company to provide Canadian adults from coast-to-coast with a diverse offering of high-quality cannabis products.

The Company is also developing product line extensions and format-specific brands for value-added product categories including vape, beverage and other products that are expected to be permitted for sale in the fourth quarter of calendar 2019.

Investing to Capitalize on Hemp and CBD Product Opportunities

The Company has built on decades of experience of its world-class hemp team to develop proprietary and patent-pending technological solutions to optimize the speed and efficiency of harvest, post-harvest, and storage processes required to run field-scale hemp operations. In the third quarter, Canopy Growth's hemp division harvested thousands of acres of CBD-rich hemp genetics in Saskatchewan. Once extracted, the Company expects a yield of thousands of kilograms of hemp-derived CBD.

In the United States, the Agricultural and Nutrition Act, H.R. 2 (the "Farm Bill") passed on December 20, 2018. The passage of the Farm Bill,which included the language of the Hemp Farming Act of 2018, expands opportunities related to the cultivation and processing of Hemp to produce CBD-based products in the United States. On January 14, 2019, Canopy Growth announced that it had been granted a hemp processing and production license by New York State and its commitment to invest in the state of New York to establish a Hemp Industrial Park. The Hemp Industrial Park will be home to large-scale production capabilities focused on hemp extraction and product manufacturing to serve the New York state market as well as markets around the United States as permitted by regulations. Canopy Growth intends to invest between $100 million USD and $150 million USD in its New York operations. Canopy Growth is developing a broad portfolio of CBD product offerings, to be broadly distributed across multiple channels, with a view to establishing category leadership in each CBD vertical market. The Company will look to leverage strategic acquisitions and partners to accelerate growth in the CBD consumer product market in the United States.

CFO Transition

Canopy Growth's EVP & Chief Financial Officer Tim Saunders has informed the Company and its Board of Directors of his decision to retire as CFO in mid to late calendar 2019. Tim will continue to serve as CFO until his successor has transitioned into the role. The search for Tim's replacement is already in process, with candidates identified, and the Company expects to announce his successor in the next few months. Following the transition, Tim will continue to serve the executive team and Board of Directors of Canopy Growth as a strategic advisor in areas of mergers and acquisitions, corporate financing, and business transformation. The Board of Directors, co-CEOs Bruce Linton and Mark Zekulin, along with the whole Canopy family, thank Tim for his dedication and leadership. Having championed the financial health of the Company through an aggressive phase of M&A growth, multiple financing rounds, and historic listings on the TSX and NYSE, both firsts for cannabis companies, Tim's mark on Canopy Growth is permanent and sincerely appreciated.

The unaudited Consolidated Financial Statements and Management's Discussion and Analysis documents for the three and six months ended December 31, 2018 will be filed on SEDAR after financial markets close today, February 14, 2018, and will be available at www.sedar.com. The basis of financial reporting in the Unaudited Condensed Interim Consolidated Financial Statements and Management's Discussion and Analysis documents is in thousands of Canadian dollars, unless otherwise indicated.

Note 1: The Gross margin before the fair value effects of the IFRS accounting for biological assets and inventory is a key operational metric that does not have any standardized meaning prescribed by IFRS and may not be comparable to similar measures presented by other companies. The definition of this term can be found in the Management's Discussion & Analysis under GROSS MARGIN, a copy of which will be filed on SEDAR after financial markets close today.

Note 2: The Adjusted EBITDA is a non-GAAP financial measure that does not have any standardized meaning prescribed by IFRS and may not be comparable to similar measures presented by other companies. The Adjusted EBITDA is reconciled and explained in the Management's Discussion & Analysis under "Adjusted EBITDA (Non-GAAP Measure)", a copy of which will filed on SEDAR after financial markets close today.

Webcast and Conference Call Information

The Company will host a conference call and audio webcast with Bruce Linton, Chairman & Co-CEO and Tim Saunders, CFO at 8:30 AM Eastern Time on February 15, 2019.

Webcast Information
A live audio webcast will be available at:
https://event.on24.com/wcc/r/1913031/9F3A6AC5FFF944BE38A01DF2D130074D

Calling Information
Toll Free Dial-In Number: 1-888-231-8191
International Dial-In Number: (647)427-7450
Conference ID: 4179499

Replay Information
A replay of the call will be accessible by telephone until 11:59 PM ET on May 14, 2019.
Toll Free Dial-in Number: 1-855-859-2056
Replay Password: 4179499

About Canopy Growth Corporation

Canopy Growth is a world-leading diversified cannabis and hemp company, offering distinct brands and curated cannabis varieties in dried, oil and Softgel capsule forms. Canopy Growth offers medically approved vaporizers through the Company's subsidiary, Storz & Bickel GMbH & Co. KG. From product and process innovation to market execution, Canopy Growth is driven by a passion for leadership and a commitment to building a world-class cannabis company one product, site and country at a time. The Company has operations in over a dozen countries across five continents.

The Company is proudly dedicated to educating healthcare practitioners, conducting robust clinical research, and furthering the public's understanding of cannabis, and through its wholly owned subsidiary, Canopy Health Innovations ("Canopy Health"), has devoted millions of dollars toward cutting edge, commercializable research and IP development. Canopy Growth works with the Beckley Foundation and has launched Beckley Canopy Therapeutics to research and develop clinically validated cannabis-based medicines, with a strong focus on intellectual property protection. Canopy Growth acquired assets of leading hemp research company, ebbu, Inc. ("ebbu"). Intellectual Property ("IP") and R&D advancements achieved by ebbu's team apply directly to Canopy Growth's hemp and THC-rich cannabis genetic breeding program and its cannabis-infused beverage capabilities. Through partly owned subsidiary Canopy Rivers Corporation, the Company is providing resources and investment to new market entrants and building a portfolio of stable investments in the sector.

From our historic public listing on the Toronto Stock Exchange and New York Stock Exchange to our continued international expansion, pride in advancing shareholder value through leadership is engrained in all we do at Canopy Growth. Canopy Growth has established partnerships with leading sector names including cannabis icon Snoop Dogg, breeding legends DNA Genetics and Green House seeds, Battelle, the world's largest nonprofit research and development organization, and Fortune 500 alcohol leader Constellation Brands, to name but a few. Canopy Growth operates ten licensed cannabis production sites with over 4.3 million square feet of production capacity, including over 500,000 square feet of GMP certified production space. The Company operates Tweed retail stores in Newfoundland and Manitoba and has entered into supply agreements with every Canadian province and territory. For more information visit www.canopygrowth.com

Notice Regarding Forward Looking Statements

This news release contains forward-looking information. Often, but not always, forward-looking information can be identified by the use of words such as "plans", "expects" or "does not expect", "is expected", "estimates", "intends", "anticipates" or "does not anticipate", or "believes", or variations of such words and phrases or state that certain actions, events or results "may", "could", "would", "might" or "will" be taken, occur or be achieved. Forward-looking information involves known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements of Canopy Growth or its subsidiaries to be materially different from any future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by the forward-looking information contained in this news release. Examples of such statements include statements with respect to the future market share achieved in recreational markets, product development, clinical trial work, and planned acquisition activities related to BC Tweed, and Canopy Health Innovations. Risks, uncertainties and other factors involved with forward-looking information could cause actual events, results, performance, prospects and opportunities to differ materially from those expressed or implied by such forward-looking information, including risks associated with entering a new market dynamic in Canada or internationally, and such risks contained in the Company's annual information form dated June 28, 2017 and filed with Canadian securities regulators available on the Company's issuer profile on SEDAR at www.sedar.com. Although the Company believes that the assumptions and factors used in preparing the forward-looking information in this news release are reasonable, undue reliance should not be placed on such information and no assurance can be given that such events will occur in the disclosed time frames or at all. The forward-looking information included in this news release are made as of the date of this news release and the Company does not undertake an obligation to publicly update such forward-looking information to reflect new information, subsequent events or otherwise unless required by applicable securities legislation.


   

    CANOPY GROWTH CORPORATION
    CONDENSED INTERIM CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF FINANCIAL POSITION
    UNAUDITED                                December 31,                        March 31,
    (Expressed in CDN $000's)                        2018                             2018

    Assets
    Current assets
    Cash and cash equivalents                 $ 4,115,870                        $ 322,560
    Marketable securities                         799,418                                -
    Amounts receivable                             95,476                           21,425
    Biological assets                              31,013                           16,348
    Inventory                                     184,961                          101,607
    Prepaid expenses and other
    assets                                         50,439                           19,837
                                                5,277,177                          481,777

    Property, plant and equipment                 960,158                          303,682
    Other long-term assets                         32,919                            8,340
    Investments in associates and
    joint ventures                                103,773                           63,106
    Other financial assets                        281,928                          163,463
    Intangible assets                             168,536                          101,526
    Goodwill                                    1,815,624                          314,923

                                              $ 8,640,115                      $ 1,436,817

    Liabilities
    Current liabilities
    Accounts payable and accrued
    liabilities                                 $ 215,612                         $ 89,571
    Deferred revenue                                  263                              900
    Current portion of long-term
    debt                                           18,447                            1,557
    Other current liabilities                      61,357                                -
                                                  295,679                           92,028

    Long-term debt                                773,049                            6,865
    Deferred tax liability                         25,703                           33,536
    Other long-term liabilities                   122,006                           61,150

                                                1,216,437                          193,579

    Commitments and contingencies

    Shareholders' equity
    Share capital                               5,947,715                        1,076,838
    Other reserves                              1,645,441                          127,418
    Accumulated other
    comprehensive income                           76,584                           46,166
    Deficit                                     (441,480)                         (91,649)

    Equity attributable to Canopy
    Growth Corporation                          7,228,260                        1,158,773

    Non-controlling interests                     195,418                           84,465

    Total equity                                7,423,678                        1,243,238

                                              $ 8,640,115                      $ 1,436,817


   

    CANOPY GROWTH CORPORATION
    CONDENSED INTERIM CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF OPERATIONS
    FOR THE THREE AND NINE MONTHS ENDED DECEMBER 31, 2018 AND 2017
    UNAUDITED               Three months ended                   Nine months ended
                           December        December
                                31,             31,       December 31,         December 31
    (Expressed in CDN
    $000's except share
    amounts)                   2018            2017               2018                2017
                                                (As                           (As Restated
                                         Restated -                                      -
                                        see note 3)                            see note 3)
                                              21,70             146,94
    Revenue                $ 97,703         $     0                $ 6            $ 55,142
    Excise taxes             14,655               -             14,655                   -

    Net revenue              83,048          21,700            132,291              55,142

    Inventory
    production costs
    expensed to cost of
    sales                    64,758           9,811             96,349              25,073

    Gross margin before
    the undernoted           18,290          11,889             35,942              30,069

    Fair value changes
    in biological
    assets included in
    inventory sold and
    other charges            28,105          24,204            105,989              47,836
    Unrealized gain on
    changes in fair
    value of biological
    assets                 (22,267)        (28,845)           (90,500)            (79,221)

    Gross margin             12,452          16,530             20,453              61,454

    Sales and marketing      44,895           9,409            101,208              23,452
    Research and
    development               5,264             287              7,964                 914
    General and
    administration           46,088          11,050            102,777              26,936
    Acquisition-related
    costs                     4,520             790              9,606               2,491
    Share-based
    compensation
    expense                  40,062           8,965            108,159              17,708
    Share-based
    compensation
    expense related to
    acquisition
    milestones               23,849           8,914             81,674              11,228
    Depreciation and
    amortization              5,015           3,147             11,640               9,974

    Operating expenses      169,693          42,562            423,028              92,703

    Loss from
    operations            (157,241)        (26,032)          (402,575)            (31,249)

    Share of loss on
    equity investments      (2,089)               -            (9,021)               (170)
    Other income            235,231          44,641             63,466              41,281
    Other income            233,142          44,641             54,445              41,111

    Income (loss)
    before income taxes      75,901          18,609          (348,130)               9,862

    Income tax
    (expense) recovery      (1,041)         (7,595)              1,398             (9,635)

                                              11,01             (346,7
    Net income (loss)      $ 74,860         $     4           $    32)           $     227

    Net income (loss)
    attributable to:
    Canopy Growth                                               (349,8
    Corporation            $ 67,582         $ 1,583           $    31)           $ (8,809)
    Non-controlling
    interests                 7,278           9,431              3,099               9,036
                                              11,01             (346,7
                           $ 74,860         $     4           $    32)           $     227

    Earnings (loss) per
    share, basic
    Net income (loss)
    per share, basic:      $   0.22         $  0.01           $ (1.45)           $  (0.05)
    Weighted average
    number of
    outstanding common  303,281,54
    shares, basic:                9     182,029,481        241,806,351         171,075,324

    Earnings (loss) per
    share, diluted
    Net income (loss)
    per share, diluted:    $ (0.38)         $  0.01           $ (1.45)           $  (0.05)
    Weighted average
    number of
    outstanding common  315,974,63
    shares, diluted:              9     194,739,044        242,044,821         171,075,324


   

    CANOPY GROWTH CORPORATION
    CONDENSED INTERIM CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF CASH FLOWS
    FOR THE THREE AND NINE MONTHS ENDED DECEMBER 31, 2018 AND 2017
                        Three Months Ended                      Nine Months Ended
                    December                                December
    UNAUDITED            31,         December 31,                31,          December 31,
    (Expressed
    in CDN
    $000's)             2018                 2017               2018                  2017
                                       (Restated)                               (Restated)
    Net inflow
    (outflow) of
    cash related
    to the
    following
    activities:
    Operating
                                                              (346,7
    Net loss        $ 74,860            $  11,014           $    32)             $     227
    Adjustments
    for:
    Depreciation
    of property,
    plant and
    equipment          5,257                2,324             15,703                 6,360
    Amortization
    of
    intangible
    assets             2,633                2,863              7,869                 9,175
    Share of
    loss on
    equity
    investments        2,089                    -              9,021                   170
    Fair value
    changes in
    biological
    assets
    included in
    inventory
    sold and
    other
    charges           28,105               24,204            105,989                47,836
    Unrealized
    gain on
    changes in
    fair value
    of
    biological
    assets          (22,267)             (28,845)           (90,500)              (79,221)
    Share-based
    compensation      64,090               19,015            194,686                30,249
    Loss on
    disposal of
    property,
    plant and
    equipment
    and
    intangible
    assets             (397)                  385              1,443                   553
    Other assets       1,902              (5,286)           (16,908)               (1,932)
    Other income
    and expense    (215,188)             (40,972)           (45,919)              (40,972)
    Income tax
    (recovery)
    expense            1,041                7,595            (1,398)                 9,635
    Non-cash
    interest and
    FX impact on
    assets             1,804                    -              1,394                     -
    Changes in
    non-cash
    operating
    working
    capital
    items           (40,692)             (14,020)          (129,547)              (26,675)

    Net cash
    used in
    operating
    activities      (96,763)             (21,723)          (294,899)              (44,595)

    Investing
    Purchases
    and deposits
    of property,
    plant and
    equipment
    and assets
    in process     (202,057)             (60,581)          (495,236)              (86,107)
    Purchases of
    intangible
    assets and
    intangibles
    in process      (33,800)                (751)           (40,140)               (1,033)
    Proceeds on
    disposals of
    property and
    equipment              -                    -                  -                    75
    Purchases of
    marketable
    securities     (799,418)                    -          (802,247)                 (118)
    Proceeds on
    assets
    classified
    as held for
    sale                   -                    -                  -                 7,000
    Investments
    in
    associates        15,238             (12,887)           (27,201)              (18,824)
    Investments
    in other
    financial
    assets          (44,376)             (19,020)           (74,071)              (27,732)
    Net cash
    outflow on
    acquisition
    of BC Tweed
    NCI                    -                    -            (1,000)                     -
    Net cash
    outflow on
    acquisition
    of Spectrum
    Chile NCI              3                    -              (996)                     -
    Net cash
    inflow
    (outflow) on
    acquisition
    of
    subsidiaries   (344,899)              (3,241)          (344,472)               (3,600)

    Net cash
    used in
    investing    (1,409,309
    activities             )             (96,480)        (1,785,363)             (130,339)

    Financing
    Payment of
    share issue
    costs           (11,798)              (1,166)           (18,617)               (1,345)
    Proceeds
    from
    issuance of
    common
    shares and
    warrants       5,072,500              244,990          5,072,500               269,990
    Proceeds
    from
    issuance of
    shares by
    Canopy
    Rivers                 -                    -             91,218                35,113
    Proceeds
    from
    exercise of
    stock
    options           15,104                4,109             28,730                 7,544
    Proceeds
    from
    exercise of
    warrants          18,551                  154             18,684                   681
    Issuance of
    long-term
    debt                   -                    -            600,000                     -
    Payment of
    long-term
    debt issue
    costs                  -                    -           (16,380)                     -
    Repayment of
    finance
    lease
    obligations      (2,624)                    -            (2,728)                     -
    Repayment of
    long-term
    debt             (2,856)                (387)            (3,499)               (1,141)
    Net cash
    provided by
    financing
    activities     5,088,877              247,700          5,769,908               310,842

    Effect of
    exchange
    rate changes
    on cash and
    cash
    equivalents      103,664                    -            103,664                     -

    Net cash
    inflow         3,686,469              129,497          3,793,310               135,908
    Cash and
    cash
    equivalents,
    beginning of
    period           429,401              115,494            322,560               101,800

    Cash and
    cash
    equivalents,
    end of            4,115,                                  4,115,
    period          $    870            $ 244,991           $    870             $ 237,708


   

    CANOPY GROWTH CORPORATION
    Adjusted
    EBITDA1Non-G
    AAP Measure        Three Months Ended                      Nine Months Ended
                  December                              December
    (In              31,           December 31,           31,             December 31,
    CDN$000's)      2018               2017               2018                2017
                                    (Restated)                             (Restated)
    Adjusted
    EBITDA1Recon
    ciliation
    Loss from
    operations -       (157,              (26,03            (316,4
    as reported      $  241)            $     2)          $    27)          $     (31,249)

    IFRS fair
    value
    accounting
    related to
    biological
    assets and
    inventory
    Fair value
    changes in
    biological
    assets
    included in
    inventory
    sold and
    other
    charges           28,105              24,204           105,989                  47,836
    Unrealized
    gain on
    changes in
    fair value
    of
    biological
    assets          (22,267)            (28,845)          (90,500)                (79,221)
                       5,838             (4,641)            15,489                (31,385)
    Share-based
    compensation
    expense (per
    statement of
    cash flows)2      64,090              19,015           194,686                  30,249
    Excess space
    provision
    included in
    general and
    administrati
    on expenses        (178)                   -             4,068                       -
    Acquisition
    Costs              4,520                 790             9,606                   2,491
    Depreciation
    and
    amortization
    (per
    statement of
    cash flows)        7,890               5,187            23,572                  15,535
                      76,322              24,992           231,932                  48,275
    Adjusted           (75,0              (5,681            (69,00
    EBITDA           $   81)            $      )          $     6)          $     (14,359)

1 - Adjusted EBITDA is Earnings Before Interest, Tax, and
Depreciation, stock compensation, fair value changes and other
non-cash items, and as adjusted for acquisition related items.
2 - Includes $23,849 and $8,914 for the three months ended December
31, 2018 and 2017, respectively, in share-based compensation expense
related to acquisition milestones



Tyler Burns
Investor Relations, Canopy Growth Corporation
tyler.burns@canopygrowth.com
+1-855-558-9333 ex 122

Caitlin O'Hara
Communications Specialist
Caitlin.ohara@canopygrowth.com
+1-613-291-3239

Director:
Bruce Linton
tmx@tweed.com
tmx@canopygrowth.com



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