Liberty Leaf Announces Change of Directors

June 8, 2020 11:12 pm Published by


Vancouver, B.C. (June 8, 2020): – Liberty Leaf Holdings Ltd. (CSE: LIB) (FSE: HN3P) (“Liberty Leaf” or the “Company”) announces that for personal reasons, Mr. Doug Macdonell has resigned from the  Board of Directors , effective immediately. We would like to thank Mr. Macdonell for all his contributions to the Company and wish him success in his future endeavours. 

The Company intends to seek another qualified member to add to the Board.


About Liberty Leaf Holdings Ltd.

Liberty Leaf Holdings Ltd. is a Canadian-based, public company whose focus is to build and support a diversified portfolio of cannabis-sector businesses, including cultivation, processing and value-added cannabis products within this dynamic and fast-growing sector.

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On Behalf of the Board

Will Rascan, President & CEO
Liberty Leaf Holdings Ltd.

Phone: 778-819-0244
Toll Free: 1-833-LIB-LEAF (542-5323)

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