If you are an Anishinabek cannabis consumer, retailer, grower, elder or medicine person and you want to be involved in supporting the growth and success of the sovereign indigenous cannabis movement, then this meeting is for you.
Peepeekisis Cree Nation has opened a cannabis dispensary on its land, becoming the fourth First Nation in Saskatchewan to do so without a permit from the Saskatchewan government.
An Indigenous community in Cape Breton is planning to open its own cannabis dispensary in response to safety concerns in the community.
The largest Mi'kmaq community east of Montreal, Eskasoni, First Nation, is taking an unprecedented step by announcing plans to sell cannabis on its reserve.
More people have come forward as police continue to investigate how THC -- the active ingredient in cannabis -- wound up in a molasses cake served at an elementary school in Eskasoni, N.S.
Legacy 420 in Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory has released a new promotional video showcasing their store.
The Siksika First Nation has announced plans to get into the medical marijuana business. The band, located east of Calgary, has found a business partner in the LDI Group and applied to Health Canada for a licence to grow pharmaceutical-grade marijuana.
Doug deep dives into cannabis spirituality and why it is overlooked in modern western society: Cannabis Spirituality: Thinking Indigenous In Practice And Business
Indigenous Roots, a partnership with Cronos Group, which owns two licensed cannabis producers, is led by Phil Fontaine, former National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations. It’s focused on indigenous ownership and operation as well as providing jobs.
Dr. Shelley Turner, MD CCFP, will be speaking on Cannabis: An Opportunity for All First Nations at the First Nations Health and Social Secretariat of Manitoba 2020 National Conference, “Cannabis, Opioids, Crystal Meth: Enhancing a First Nation Context to Health Policy and Models of Care” on Feb.11th
Conference to tackle First Nations drug crisis: Cannabis, Opioids and Crystal Meth: Enhancing a First Nation Context to Health Policy and Models of Care will run Tuesday through Thursday at Canad Inns Polo Park and will bring in more than 250 first nations.