The Canadian Press Some of the most active companies traded Monday on the Toronto Stock Exchange:Toronto Stock Exchange (15,378.62, up 12.57 points).Aurora Cannabis Inc. (TSX:ACB). Health care. Up 53 cents, or 5.97 per cent, to $9.41 on 22.7 million shares.Nighthawk Gold Corp. (TSX:NHK). Materials. Up four cents, or 10.67 per cent, to 41.5 cents on 11.6 million shares.The Green Organic Dutchman Holdings. (TSX:TGOD). Health care. Up 32 cents, or 8.6 per cent, to $4.04 on 10.7 million shares.Bombardier Inc. (TSX:BBD.B). Industrials. Down five cents, or 2.5 per cent, to $1.95 on 8.6 million shares.Aphria Inc. (TSX:APHA). Health care. Up 36 cents, or 3.82 per cent, to $9.79 on 7.3 million shares.Canopy Growth Corp. (TSX:WEED). Health care. Up $3.12, or 4.87 per cent, to $67.22 on 6.2 million shares.Companies reporting:SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. (TSX:SNC). Down $13.49 or 27.8 per cent to $35.01. SNC-Lavalin’s CEO says ongoing diplomatic tensions between Canada and Saudi Arabia are hurting the company’s bottom line and forcing it to consider a possible retreat from the oil-rich state as SNC share prices plunged to a three-year low. Amid an international row that has only escalated since last summer, Neil Bruce cited Ottawa’s recent granting of asylum to a Saudi teenager as the latest likely blow to business, spurring him to order a review of where the engineering and construction giant conducts operations, with an eye to “predictability.”Organigram Holdings Inc. (TSX-V:OGI). Up $1.14 or 19.16 per cent to $7.09. Licensed cannabis producer Organigram Holdings says net revenue in its latest quarter hit $12.4 million, up from $2.4 million from a year earlier, due to the launch of recreational pot sales in October. Organigram says its sales during the three-month period ended Nov. 30 marked a record quarterly high and amounted to more than what the company has historically sold to medical patients in an entire year. The Moncton-based company also reported that during what was its financial first quarter it sold 1.7 million grams of dried flower, up from 195,075 grams during the same period a year earlier.
General Jagath Jayasuriya before the end of his itinerary called on incumbents at Merisavatiya and Lanka Ramaya. General Jagath Jayasuriya during the interaction said that it is the responsibility of the public too to take care of the heroes who have sacrificed their legs and limbs on behalf of the nation. He shared a cup of tea with these inmates talking to them and listing to their concerns, the army media unit said. Commander of the Army General Jagath Jayasuriya says the public must protect the soldiers who made sacrifices for the nation.He made these comments while visiting soldiers at the Abhimansala resort in Anuradhapura today. Meanwhile, the Commander visited the Udamaluwa (Upper layer) at Jaya Sri Maha Bodhiya Anuradhapura were Army troops are engaged in constructing a new Sangaha Vasaya (residential quarters) by the side of the Jaya Sri Maha Bodhiya area. He spoke to the engineers of the Army and inquired into the progress which cost the Army about Rs. 102 milion.
Upper Arlington four-star shooting guard Dane Goodwin goes up for a shot against Westerville South on Jan. 24, 2017. Credit: Jacob Myers | Managing EditorThe transition of leadership in the Ohio State men’s basketball program has begun.Chris Holtmann, the former Butler head coach, was officially announced Friday as the 14th head coach in program history following Thad Matta’s ouster Monday. OSU Athletics Director Gene Smith put an emphasis on finding a coach who was well-versed in recruiting the state of Ohio and the Midwest areas during his joint press conference Monday with Matta. In one of Holtmann’s first moves in his new role, he made a call to 2018 four-star shooting guard Dane Goodwin. “We’re meeting with (Holtmann) early next week,” Damon Goodwin, Dane’s father, told The Lantern a phone interview Saturday.Ohio State 2018 commit Dane Goodwin and his family are meeting with Chris Holtmann early next week— Jacob Myers (@Jacob_Myers_25) June 10, 2017Damon said Holtmann’s call to Dane on Friday was a brief introduction to OSU’s lone class of 2018 commit. Prior to Holtmann’s hiring, Damon told The Lantern Dane was still committed to OSU but who OSU hired to replace Matta would determine whether Dane would maintain his pledge. Damon, the head coach at Capital University, added that he has never met Holtmann, but knows Ryan Pedon, one of Holtmann’s assistants at Butler, because Pedon lives in Bexley, Ohio, which is where Capital is located.David Woods of the Indianapolis Star reported Friday that Holtmann wishes to bring his entire Butler staff to OSU if Butler does not promote an assistant with the program to head coach.Holtmann has recruited significantly in Ohio, including OSU 2018 targets Dwayne Cohill, Jerome Hunter and 2019 targets Jeremiah Francis and Jeremiah Keene.OSU targets that Chris Holtmann offered at Butler: Tim Finke, Musa Jallow, Jeremiah Francis, Dwayne Cohill, Jerome Hunter, Robby Carmody— Zach Fleer (@ZachFleer270) June 9, 2017The Goodwins’ meeting with Holtmann next week highlights the early push on the 2018 class — a class that has five Ohio recruits in the top 100 recruits nationally — in an effort to immediately turn around a Buckeye program that was 17-15 in 2016-17 and has missed two straight NCAA Tournaments.