Amended & Restated Financial Results for the Nine Months Ended December 31, 2016

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VANCOUVER, B.C. / TheNewswire / Marapharm Ventures Inc. (CSE: MDM) ("Marapharm" or the "Company") announces that, as a result of a review by the British Columbia Securities Commission, we are issuing the following press release to clarify our disclosure for certain items related to the previously filed financial statements, related management’s discussion and analysis ("MD&A") for the nine months ending December 31, 2016. The Company has filed amended and restated Financial Statements and MD&A, copies of which are available and can be viewed at www.sedar.com.

The effect of the restatement for material items is detailed as follows:

December 31,

2016

As Previously Reported

Restatement

December 31,

2016

As Restated

$

$

$

Consolidated Statement of Financial Position

Trade and Other Receivables

18,602

274,582

(a)

293,184

Loan Receivable

456,983

(154,875)

(b)

302,108

Prepaid Expenses

1,276,761

(868,621)

(c)

408,140

Deferred Expenses

49,925

(49,925)

(d)

Due From Related Party

456,983

(b)

456,983

Land, Property and Equipment

3,142,221

(1,196,380)

(e)

1,945,841

Intangible Properties

1,009,709

563,910

(e)

1,573,619

Trade and Other Payables

409,614

(112,432)

(f)

297,182

Share Capital

18,320,843

(16,346)

(g)

18,304,497

Stock Option Reserve

1,583,171

(494,402)

(h)

1,088,769

Foreign Currency Translation Reserve

(39,884)

234,390

(i)

194,506

Accumulated deficit

(11,423,668

(585,539)

(j)

(12,009,207)

  1. (a)The restatement is due to the accrual of rental revenue from the Company’s Washington State properties.

  2. (b)The restatement is due to the reclassification of the original loan receivable to Due to Related Party and to set up a loan receivable from a third party.

  3. (c)The restatement is as a result of expensing the fair value of shares issued for services as the shares represent compensation for services provided and are non-refundable. The adjustment is to Shareholder and Investor Relations expense.

  4. (d)The restatement is as a result of reclassifying finder’s fees payable on the bond issue.

  5. (e)The restatement is a result of the reclassification of expenditures between consulting, materials & repairs, stock promotion expense and professional fees that were incorrectly apportioned to the expense accounts. The restatement also include adjustments between quarterly periods. The reclassification of prior period and previously reported amounts includes for the nine months the following:

    1. i.From Project Investigation Costs – $ 25,442 to Materials and Repairs and $ 122,701 to Consulting Fees for the three months ended December 31, 2016. A total of $ 212,258 was reclassified to Materials and Repairs with a total of $ 122,701 reallocated to Consulting Fees for the nine months ended December 31, 2016.

    2. ii.From Prepaid to Stock Promotion & Investor Relations – $ 1,128,453 affecting the second quarter. Included in the current period are net additions of $ 259,832.

    3. iii.From Consulting to Stock Promotion & Investor Relations $ 828,104.

    4. iv.Other minor reclassifications for the prior periods were made to concur with the current period classification of expenses with no effect on Net Loss.

    5. v.From Property Plant & Equipment to Intangibles to reallocate amounts paid for the Washington property sublease right of $ 600,354.

    6. vi.From Property Plant & Equipment to Deposits for a construction advance on the Las Vegas development equal to $ 134,270.

    7. vii.From Property Plant & Equipment to Loan Receivable in the amount of $ 302,108.

    8. viii.From Property Plant & Equipment to Stock Promotion & Investor Relations of $ 196,092.

    9. ix.From Intangible Assets to Stock Promotion & Investor Relations of $ 36,444.

  6. (f)The restatement is as a result of adjusting accrued liabilities for amounts actually paid.

  7. (g)The restatement is due to the reallocation of share issuance costs from consulting and professional fees.

  8. (h)The restatement is due to the recalculation of the fair value of stock options vested using appropriate metrics in the Black Scholes method of calculation.

  9. (i)The restatement is as a result of the accumulated translation currency effect the various restatements.

  10. (j)The restatement is related to the total impact on the Consolidate Statements of Comprehensive Loss

Three Months Ended

December 31, 2016

As Previously Reported

Restatement

Three Months Ended

December 31, 2016

As Restated

$

$

$

Consolidated Statement of Comprehensive Loss

Revenues

102,058

(a)

102,058

Bank Charges & Interest

1,827

(k)

1,827

Consulting Fees

1,275,182

(1,772,645)

(c)(e)

(497,463)

Directors’ Fees

4,500

(l)

4,500

Insurance

13,875

(k)

13,875

Management Fees

34,500

(4,500)

(l)

30,000

Materials and Repairs

25,442

(e)

25,442

Office

48,696

(30,351)

(k)

18,345

Project Investigation Costs

148,196

(148,196)

(e)

Rent & Utilities

97,741

27,333

(m)

125,074

Stock Promotion & Investor Relations

26,666

2,263,548

(c)(e)

2,290,214

Amortization of Intangible Assets

59,650

(n)

59,650

Depreciation of Property & Equipment

2,111

78,888

(o)

78,888

Interest

3,817

(k)

3,817

Stock Based Compensation

923,225

(472,959)

(h)

450,266

Foreign Currency Translation Gain (Loss)

(23,362)

51,403

(i)

28,041

Net Comprehensive Income (Loss) For The Period

(2,896,144)

(5,052)

(j)

(2,901,196)

Basic and Diluted Loss per Share

(0.05)

(0.05)

  1. (k)The restatement is as a result of a reallocation from the originally stated General and Administrative Costs. This account has been renamed as Office. The reduction of $ 30,351 is due to reclassification of costs to consulting and building improvement costs.

  2. (l)The restatement is as a result of a reallocation from Management Fees

  3. (m)The restatement is as a result of reallocations from Materials and Repairs

  4. (n)The restatement is as a result of the recognition of amortization of intangible assets

  5. (o)The restatement is as a result of the recognition of depreciation on property, plant and equipment additions

Nine Months Ended

December 31, 2016

As Previously Reported

Restatement

Nine Months Ended

December 31, 2016

As Restated

$

$

$

Consolidated Statement of Comprehensive Loss

Revenues

268,254

(a)

268,254

Bank Charges & Interest

5,186

(k)

5,186

Consulting Fees

1,631,107

(826,104)

(c)(e)

805,003

Directors’ Fees

13,500

(l)

13,500

Insurance

13,875

(k)

13,875

Management Fees

103,500

(13,500)

(l)

90,000

Materials and Repairs

212,258

(e)

212,258

Office

73,787

(37,415)

(k)

36,372

Project Investigation Costs

334,959

(334,959)

(e)

Rent & Utilities

203,896

30,017

(m)

233,913

Stock Promotion & Investor Relations

63,708

2,239,538

(c)(e)

2,303,246

Amortization of Intangible Assets

59,650

(n)

59,650

Depreciation of Property & Equipment

6,093

76,777

(o)

82,870

Interest

74,923

(46,349)

(k)

28,574

Finance Fees

3,774

(50,226)

(k)

54,000

Stock Based Compensation

923,225

(472,959)

(h)

450,266

Foreign Currency Translation Gain (Loss)

57,616

(234,390)

(i)

176,774

Net Comprehensive Income (Loss) For The Period

(4,006,096)

280,499

(j)

(4,286,595))

Basic and Diluted Loss per Share

(0.08)

(.01)

(0.09)

Nine Months Ended

December 31, 2016

As Previously Reported

Restatement

Nine Months Ended

December 31, 2016

As Restated

$

$

$

Consolidated Statement of Cash Flows

Net Gain (Loss) For The Period

(4,006,096)

(457,273)

(j)

(4,463,369)

Amortization of Patent Costs

59,650

(n)

59,650

Depreciation of Property and Equipment

6,093

76,777

(o)

82,870

Stock Based Compensation

3,029,863

(2,579,597)

(h)

450,266

Loss on Settlement of Debt

3,774

(3,774)

(k)

Shares Issued for Services

1,749,693

(p)

1,749,693

Shares Issued for Debt – Interest Portion

34,944

(p)

34,944

Shares Issued for Cash, Net of Issuance Costs

2,630,050

206,412

(p)

2,836,462

Share Subscription Advance

100,000

(443.000)

(p)

(343,000)

Loan Advanced to Arm’s Length Party

(302,108)

(b)

(302,108)

Net (Advanced to) Repayment from Related Party

(314,894)

3,774

(b)

(311,120)

Equipment Financing Loan Repayments

(393,388)

16,025

(q)

(377,363)

Acquisition of Property and Equipment – net

(2,515,269)

1,812,335

(e)

(702,934)

Acquisition of Land

(150,891)

(e)

(150,891)

Acquisition of Intangible assets

(414,853)

(478,455)

(e)

(893,308)

Increase (Decrease) in Cash

3,388,969

76,046

(r)

3,465,015

Effect of Exchange Rate Changes on Cash

(76,046)

(r)

(76,047)

  1. (p)The restatement is as a result of inaccurate allocations of the various share issuances and placement originally filed.

  2. (q)The restatement is to reflect both the current and long term portions of the debt as paid.

  3. (r)The restatement is as a result of the accumulated effects of the above changes and to reflect the exchange rate changes on various foreign currency denominated transactions.

Changes to the MD&A

The Company has re-written the MD&A in order to comply with Form 51-102F1 disclosure requirements including:

  1. 1)Expanded disclosure regarding corporate strategy and operational information on each of the Company’s projects.

  2. 2)Expanded disclosure for Selected Quarterly Financial Information, Discussion of Operations and Liquidity for the current quarter and year to date activities.

  3. 3)Included in the Related Party Information transactions with the current President of the Company and entities related to him.

About Marapharm Ventures Inc.

Marapharm Ventures Inc., is uniquely positioned in the cannabis space as the Company currently holds cultivation and production licenses. These licenses allow for the purchase of plants and product from other licensed growers and has been approved for recreational use in the State of Nevada

The Company’s growth strategy is to build facilities and acquire licenses in both Canada and the United States.

Additional information on the operations or financial results of Marapharm are included in reports on file with applicable securities regulatory authorities and may be accessed through the CSE website (www.thecse.com), the OTC website (www.otcmarkets.com), and the SEDAR website (www.sedar.com) under the profile for Marapharm Ventures Inc.

For Further Information:

www.marapharm.com

Linda Sampson, CEO 778-583 4476

email info@marapharm.com

Stock Exchanges:

Marapharm trades in Canada, ticker symbol MDM on the CSE, in the United States, ticker symbol MRPHF on the OTCQB, in Europe, ticker symbol 2M0 on the FSE.

The Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC) has approved the contents of this news release.

Neither the CSE, the FSE nor the OTCQB(R) has approved nor disapproved the contents of this press release. Neither the CSE, the FSE nor the OTCQB(R) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

(signed "Linda Sampson")

Linda Sampson,

CEO

This news release contains "forward-looking information" within the meaning of applicable Canadian securities legislation. Generally, forward-looking information can be identified by the use of forward-looking terminology such as "anticipate", "believe", "plan", "expect", "intend", "estimate", "forecast", "project", "budget", "schedule", "may", "will", "could", "might", "should" or variations of such words or similar words or expressions. Forward-looking information is based on reasonable assumptions that have been made by Mission Ready Services Inc. as at the date of such information and is subject to known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause the actual results, level of activity, performance or achievements of Mission Ready Services Inc. to be materially different from those expressed or implied by such forward-looking information.

Forward-looking statements are based on assumptions management believes to be reasonable. Although Mission Ready Services Inc. has attempted to identify important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those contained in forward-looking information, there may be other factors that cause results not to be as anticipated, estimated or intended. 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 should not place undue reliance on forward-looking information. Mission Ready Services Inc. does not undertake to update any forward-looking information that is included herein, except in accordance with applicable securities laws.

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