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KELOWNA, British Columbia, Sept. 30, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Allied Corp. ("Allied" or the “Company”) (OTCQB: ALID) is pleased to announce that is has been granted additional licensing that enables the Company to function as a research and plant breeding unit for psychoactive and non-psychoactive Cannabis in Colombia.

The activities that are included in the approved Colombian Research and Plant Breeding License include:

  • The ability to import and export cannabis seeds that are required for research.

  • The ability to work in seed research activities inside the company, independent to providing services to third parties.

  • The ability to carry out agronomic evaluation tests for the strain varieties of the Allied genetics developed.

  • The ability to conduct activities relating to Allied’s cannabis plant breeding program and registration of new strain varieties, thus giving Allied independence from the seed source registered with ICA (the agronomic registration and regulatory department for Colombia).

“As Colombia continues to move towards the ability to export cannabis flower to countries where it is legal to do so, this additional licensing will enable us to continue the development of our custom cannabinoid strain profiles. The Colombian temperate climate continues to impress us with regards to the expression of novel cannabinoid profiles. We are excited to showcase some of these cannabinoid strains to the international marketplace,” said Mr. Calum Hughes, CEO and Chairman of Allied Corp.

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Allied Corp. is an international cannabis company with its main production center in Colombia and is one of the few companies that has exported from Colombia internationally. In preparation for the possible legalization of cannabis by the US Federal Government, Allied also has the option to purchase a US cannabis license in the US (Nevada) exercisable if such were to happen. In addition to this, Allied has three CBD-brands to market with products selling in the United States. Lastly, Allied has both Cannabinoid and psilocybin products in the pharmaceutical development track seeking pharma drug indications for depression, anxiety and PTSD.

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There can be no assurance that the underlying opinions, estimates and assumptions will prove to be correct. sec.gov.

Although management has attempted to identify important risk factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those contained in the forward-looking information in this presentation, there may be other risk factors not presently known to the Company or that the Company presently believes are not material that could also cause actual results or future events to differ materially from those expressed in such forward-looking information in this presentation. There can be no assurance that such information will prove to be accurate, as actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such information. Accordingly, readers and viewers should not place undue reliance on forward-looking information, which speaks only as of the date made. The forward-looking information contained in this release represents the Company’s expectations as of the date of this release or the date indicated, regardless of the time of delivery of the presentation. The Company disclaims any intention, obligation or undertaking to update or revise any forward-looking information, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, except as required under applicable securities laws.

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Long-term care services include a broad range of health, personal care, and supportive services that meet the needs of frail older people and other adults whose capacity for self-care is limited because of a chronic illness; injury; physical, cognitive, or mental disability; or other health-related conditions [U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)]. Long-term care services include assistance with activities of daily living [(ADLs) e.g., dressing, bathing, and toileting], instrumental activities of daily living [(IADLs) e.g., medication management and housework]; and health maintenance tasks. Long-term care services assist people to improve or maintain an optimal level of physical functioning and quality of life, and can include help from other people and special equipment or assistive devices. Individuals may receive long-term care services in a variety of settings.

1. In the community, such as at an adult day services center

2. In the home, for example from a home health agency, hospice, or family and friends

3. In institutions, such as in a nursing home

4. In other residential settings, for instance in an assisted living or similar residential care community

With a rise in the population of aging adults, chronic diseases, and disabilities, many patients are in need of extended care. Enroll in our undergraduate Long Term Care Certificate to gain essential knowledge and skills in the growing health care industry.demand is high for long term care facilitators. 

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At least 4 required credits from Tiered Electives:

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A 75-hour course designed to promote specific skills required in the performance of certain duties and responsibilities in administering medication safely.  Successful completion of the class will allow the student to take the Kansas State Examination and become certified by the Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services (KDADS). Student must be 18 years of age to take the course.

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*Restorative Aide (HEA 1262) 2
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*Home Health Aide (HEA 1201) 1
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 Phlebotomy Clinical (HEA 1013) 3
 

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How did the Allied victory at Yorktown win American Independence?

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Shilstone watercolor of surrender at Yorktown

“The World Turned Upside Down,” a 1981 watercolor painting by Arthur Shilstone, depicts the October 19, 1781, British surrender at Yorktown.
Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation Collection.

On October 20, 1781, the day after the surrender of about 7,000 British and German soldiers at Yorktown, the Marquis de Lafayette wrote home to France exulting “the play is over … the fifth act has just ended.” Yorktown’s own General Thomas Nelson gave a more cautious, and slightly less optimistic, appraisal. Writing to Virginia’s delegates in the Continental Congress, he concluded “This Blow, I think must be a decisive one, it being out of the Power of G. B. [Great Britain] to replace such a Number of good Troops.”

As news of the surrender of Cornwallis’s army spread, numerous victory celebrations were held throughout the country. Some were marked with solemn sermons, while others featured the consumption of quantities of “spirits.” Despite the joyous celebrations, however, most Americans at the time did not assume that the struggle for independence was won, and few even viewed the events of October 19 as particularly decisive until some time later. Little indication can be found in the diary entries and letters written after Yorktown for example, even by the members of the Continental Congress, to suggest that anyone believed the war was soon coming to an end.

They were right of course. The war, and to some extent the fighting, continued for some time. The western frontier still saw conflict between Indians who supported the British cause and American settlers, and numerous skirmishes continued to be fought in New Jersey, New York, and the Carolinas, primarily between patriot militia forces and organized groups of loyalists. The Yorktown campaign, however, was the last significant military engagement involving British regular forces and the Continental Army.
Nevertheless, the Revolution was not over. It would be another two years before America’s independence was assured. Even after the surrender of Cornwallis’s army at Yorktown, the British still maintained about 30,000 troops in America. By early November, the grand allied army at Yorktown had dispersed. Some French regiments returned to the Caribbean with De Grasse’s fleet; Washington and his Continental soldiers marched back north to resume their stand-off with the British in New York; the militia went home, and only Rochambeau’s four regiments of French infantry remained to spend the winter in eastern Virginia.

The most immediate result of the British defeat at Yorktown, therefore, was a stalemate in the South, much like the one that had existed in the North since 1780. The British still occupied New York City, Charleston, South Carolina, and Savannah, Georgia, as well as Canada and parts of Florida. British forces in North America outnumbered those that the allies could muster, and even in the lower South the British had more troops than General Nathanael Greene commanded.

Map of French entrenchments at Yorktown

The French plan of entrenchments at Yorktown in 1781.
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There was no question that, if they chose to, the British could continue to occupy their coastal bases indefinitely. It was equally obvious however that they were apparently unable to destroy the Continental Army or to conquer the rebellious colonies. It was unrealistic, and perhaps unwise, for the Americans to expect the French to send a large enough force to take New York and equally unlikely to expect the bankrupt Congress to fund a large enough army for General George Washington to do the job. It now seemed that the decisive arena of the war lay not in North America, or even in the West Indies where the combined Spanish and French fleets outnumbered what ships the British could afford to send, but elsewhere.

The decisive point of the war now revolved around the strategic goals of the three major European powers. The victory at Yorktown encouraged France to continue fighting, and neither France nor Spain was ready to make peace since they had not yet achieved their basic aims. The French still hoped to win more victories and reduce Great Britain’s power, while Spain still hoped to capture Gibraltar. Great Britain, on the other hand, was fighting too many enemies in too many places. The British had been fighting a world war for several years, and the goal of subduing the Americans began to become secondary in importance compared to that of defending the homeland and far-flung interests in the West Indies, India and elsewhere.

Up until the loss of Cornwallis’s army, Parliament had supported the war in America, but after Yorktown, there was a growing body of opinion that the six-year-long attempt to conquer the former colonies had failed. The four years from October 1777 to October 1781 had seen two entire British armies lost in the American theater. The costs of continuing the war were rising, and the result was an increasingly heavy tax burden on the middle classes, which controlled the balance of power in the House of Commons. King George III was still determined to continue the effort to suppress the American rebellion, but the opposition party in the Commons began to gain support from the critical group of lukewarm government supporters. By early 1782 the opposition began a campaign of motions and votes that gradually eroded Lord North’s majority in the House of Commons. By March Lord North had been forced to resign as prime minister. Although the new ministry did not immediately end the war, it did open the way for preliminary peace negotiations with the United States.

Another 16 months were to pass before final peace treaties were concluded and ratified, but by November 1782 the British had conceded the most critical issue – the independence of the United States. With Parliament unwilling to continue the war against the United States, the king was forced to accept the loss of the former 13 colonies. By detaching the Americans from the worldwide war, the British were able to concentrate on their main foes, France and Spain. The final peace treaties were signed in September 1783, and on November 25 the British army left New York City, their last military base in the new nation.

French depiction of the Siege of Yorktown circa 1781, artist unknown.

French depiction of the Siege of Yorktown circa 1781, artist unknown.

A recent study of the Yorktown campaign concludes that it was “one of those relatively minor events which have disproportionate effects because it brought the participants’ minds to the point of the larger decision of whether to continue the war.” The allied victory at Yorktown seems to have been the final straw for Great Britain, which finally accepted the existence of the new American nation.


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