TORONTO, June 10, 2019 — Canada House Wellness Group Inc. (CSE: CHV) (“Canada House” or the “Company”), a fully integrated medical cannabis company, announced today the appointment of two new members of their senior management team, Dr. Lew Pliamm as Medical Director and Liana Del Medico as Director Communications and Investor Relations effective immediately. The Medical Director is a strategic medical advisor across all Canada House divisions. Dr. Lew Pliamm has practiced Family Medicine for over 25 years in Toronto and is the Lead Physician and Medical Director for the Polyclinic Family and Specialty Medicine Facility as well as the Polyclinic Family Health Group. Dr. Pliamm is also the Principal Investigator and Medical Director of Canadian Phase Onward Inc., a clinical research organization where he has worked for 20 years as a principal investigator on numerous clinical trials for both the pharmaceutical industry and academic institutions. Dr. Pliamm has spoken for several organizations at an international level. In addition to his various clinical leadership roles, Dr. Pliamm has become a recognized expert in medically related real estate, specializing in the development and leasing of medical buildings which will support Canada House Clinic’s “clinic-in-clinic” model.

“We are thrilled to bring Dr. Pliamm on board. His experience in family practice and pharmaceutical industry research can support all of our divisions,” said Chris Churchill-Smith, CEO, Canada House. “Dr. Pliamm’s hire demonstrates our commitment to leadership in cannabinoid therapy and the continued development of leading medical cannabis products.” “I am very excited to be joining Canada House,” added Dr. Pliamm. “The company is committed to patient care, which is demonstrated by its support in clinics, the strength of the leadership team, and Canada House’s ability, along with its licensed producer, to deliver high quality medical cannabis.”

Mrs. Del Medico will work with the executive team and lead all strategic communications and investor relations activity across Canada House. She has worked in Corporate Communications for over 20 years in various industries including cannabis, pharmaceuticals, and consumer goods. She has an extensive background in media, physician, investor, and consumer communications, organizational change, and mergers and acquisitions. Mrs. Del Medico also brings vast experience working with various organizations in highly regulated environments. “Finding a leading communications professional with experience in highly regulated environments, specifically pharmaceutical and cannabis, was important for the management team at Canada House,” said Michael Orrbrooke, Chief Revenue Officer, Canada House. “Liana comes with a wealth of experience dealing with media, consumers, investors and regulators. We are thrilled to have her onboard.”

Canada House Wellness Group Inc. 

Canada House is the parent company of Abba Medix Corp, Canada House Clinics Inc. and Knalysis Technologies. The Company’s mission is to become the leading cultivator of premium craft cannabis and provider of cannabinoid therapy, targeting the medical cannabis markets globally. For more information please visit or

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Liana Del Medico, Director of Communications & Investor Relations Canada House Wellness Group Inc.


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