Following in the footsteps of Anishinabek Cannabis entrepreneurs in Alderville and Pikwakanagan, a group of Anishinaabe people involved in the cannabis industry on the north shore of Lake Huron are taking steps to create their own association. The group is holding a one day meeting on August 29th, 2019 in…
Nipissing First Nation resident awarded cannabis shop licence: Nipissing First Nation is one of eight Indigenous communities authorized by the province to be able to sell cannabis.
Indigenous Bloom opened their doors in a new building off Green Mountain Road on the Penticton Indian Band yesterday, Aug.14.
The Indigenous Bloom on the Penticton Indian Band has officially opened its doors today, marking the second cannabis dispensary in the area to open within the last week.
Retail cannabis shop has now opened on the Penticton Indian Reserve, just steps from the mid-way point of the Okanagan River channel.
Three employees charged in a raid at an illegal marijuana shop on the Wahnapitae First Nation are a step closer to having the charges against them dropped.
The Mohawk Council of Akwesasne is accepting applications for licences to produce or sell now-legal cannabis but licensing on the Mohawk Territory remains a work in progress.
We do not work nation to province. They are a lower level of government and the federal government has to come to the table and work with First Nations because it is Nation to Nation.
Pot shop opens on reserve: Indigenous Bloom, a chain that has locations in other areas of the province, opened its doors on the west side of the Penticton Channel on Green Mountain Road Wednesday morning.
Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory pot shop owner speaks out against legal First Nation licences: Unlike Mississauga First Nation, Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory has several dispensaries that are already producing cannabis products at an astounding rate.
Aamjiwnaang holding community consultation on cannabis law: In a notice to band members, chief and council said they’ve received numerous reports from Aamjiwnaang members about incidents in the community.