With a marijuana breathalyzer, 290 more acres for cannabis growing, an Indigenous cannabis and hemp conference and a pot store in Sicamous, the Okanagan is further solidifying its position as a legal marijuana hot spot.
Native Americans running Las Vegas' only cannabis lounge: the NuWu Cannabis Marketplace, a glass-walled, big box structure that half resembles a car dealership.NuWu – which means “the people” in Southern Paiute – sits on the tribe’s “colony” one mile away.
Over 50 members of Garden River FN gathered in -15 weather outside of the Elected Band Council Offices for over an hour and a half on Tuesday, Dec 10th, to express their disagreement with Band . Council's cannabis policy. Inside, council was in a private closed door meeting with Isadore Day of the consulting firm Bimaadzwin – decision that many people disagreed with.
Manitoulin Marijuana Festival slated for Haweater Weekend. Shuttles are planned to both local tent and trailer parks and to a number of Indigenous dispensaries in the area.
Stswecem’c Xgat’tem First Nation and Williams Lake Indian Band were among the groups lobbying the BC government over its cannabis policies.
Four months after the Liberal government passed legislation to provide free, fast pot pardons, just 118 people have had their records cleared — The government has estimated that about 10,000 people are eligible for the expedited pardons.
Third annual Indigenous cannabis conference underway in Kelowna: Wesley Sam, co-founder of a cannabis production company based in Burns Lake called Nations, said more and more Indigenous communities are looking to cannabis to help fulfill labour gaps.
Expanding cannabis markets mean more business opportunities for First Nations and their people. That is one of the many themes that will be discussed this week in Kelowna, where the third annual National Indigenous Cannabis & Hemp Conference is being held.
The Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke (MCK) wishes to inform the community that Ietsénhaienhs Gina Deer is attending the National Indigenous Cannabis & Hemp Conference taking place in Kelowna, British Columbia from today until Thursday.
New Zealand MP Willie Jackson doesn't want recreational cannabis legalised, but if it is, says Māori have a right to share in the profits under the Treaty of Waitangi.