LEAMINGTON, Ont. — Cannabis company Aphria Inc. reported a loss of $108.2 million in its latest quarter as it took a one-time non-cash charge related to its operations in Latin America that were the focus of a short-sellers.Aphria says the Ontario Securities Commission requested it perform an impairment test on its LATAM assets and the company determined it should take a $50 million non-cash impairment charge.The company said its loss for the quarter amounted to 43 cents per share compared with a profit of $12.9 million or eight cents per share in the same quarter a year earlier. ‘Absolutely horrible’: Cannabis industry expectations sliding after slow start to legal era Wall Street private equity firm opens up shop in Toronto amid deeper push into cannabis Quebec cannabis giant HEXO acquires Newstrike Brands in $260-million deal Net revenue for the quarter ended Feb. 28 totalled $73.6 million, up from $10.3 million a year earlier.Aphria also announced that it has struck a deal that will see Green Growth Brands Inc. drop its hostile takeover offer.Green Growth says its offer will now expire on April 25 instead of May 9. The company has also agreed to pay $89 million for 27.3 million of its shares held by GA Opportunities Corp.

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