Cresco Labs Inc. CRLBF, announced Monday a deal to buy Origin House, the registered business name for Canada-based CannaRoyalty Corp.ORHOF, in a deal valued at C$1.1 billion, or the equivalent of $823.5 million. Under terms of the deal, Cresco will exchange 0.8428 subordinate voting shares of Cresco for each Origin House share outstanding. Based on Friday's closing prices for the U.S.-listed shares, that would value Origin House shares at about $9.48 each, or a 4.9% premium. The deal, which Cresco said is the "largest public company acquisition in the history of the U.S. cannabis industry," is expected to be completed by the end of June. "Following the closing of this acquisition, Cresco brands will be in over 725 dispensaries across the country, giving us the largest and most strategic distribution footprint of any cannabis company in the United States," said Cresco Chief Executive Charlie Bachtell. Cresco's U.S.-listed stock has run up 67% year to date and Origin House's U.S. shares have soared 90%, while the ETFMG Alternative Harvest ETF MJ, +0.71%has climbed 46% and the S&P 500 SPX, +1.16% has gained 13%.