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THE AMBROSE AGENDA – An Indepth Look The last year for Canadians, ahead of their Federal Election in the fall of 2015, has been one of dismay, disappointment, and quite frankly, down right dirty politics.  What do we mean? has written a number of articles pertaining to the company, CEN Biotech Inc, a company established solely to pursue a …

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CEN Biotech CEO Funds Company, Forgives $2 Million Debt – Updated

CEN Biotech Inc, a wholly owned Canadian subsidiary of the hotly debated publicly traded company Creative edge nutrition (OTC: FITX) which is actively engaged in seeking a licence to grow marijuana under Canada’s newly formed MMPR, filed it’s quarterly financials last week on the OTC markets. Both the company and it’s CEO, Dr. Bill Chaaban, who is a licensed attorney in both …

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CEN Biotech Files Application for Judicial Review – UPDATED

UPDATED: CEN Biotech Files Application for Judicial Review and is seeking discovery. Health Canada Has 10 days to oppose Mandamus or issue a license under MMRP CEN Biotech and other applicants treated unfairly CEN Biotech requested to accelerate build out, receiving no license CEN Biotech Inc. has filed application for judicial review through the federal courts in Ontario against the …

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CEN Biotech Shows Strong Uptrend

CEN Biotech shows strong uptrend despite attempts by detractors to confuse new investors. Last week, following some very positive news about the direction that Creative Edge Nutrition (ticker Symbol FITX) is taking from new CEO James Robinson, the company gained more then 100% in its stock price. There was also mention of an updated website that will make it’s appearance …

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This will be part 2 in a series of articles aimed at exposing the corruption around the Canadian MMPR process and speculative agenda of parties involved. In this article, I would like to expound upon some of the details of certain individuals efforts, as well as provide some background for character reference to aid in context. Please note that readers …

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