Wiisag Corporation: A local cannabis company with a global mission; Headquartered in Neyaashiinigmiing, on the west shore of Georgian Bay, Wiisag partners with Indigenous communities to fund, manage and operate the cultivation, product development, process
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Nations Cannabis readies to begin plant build: Burns Lake-based Nations Cannabis held its groundbreaking ceremony on April 30 as the company moves forward with its plan to open a production facility near Decker Lake.
Wiisag Corporation close to planting 1st outdoor medical cannabis grow-op in a First Nation Social Sharing: Neyaashiinigmiing could be the first First Nation in the country to host a licensed outdoor medical marijuana grow operation on its territory.
2 face drug charges after search of Trent Lakes medical dispensary: As part of an investigation, on May 1 around 8:30 a.m., members of the OPP Peterborough executed a drug search warrant at the Soaring Eagle Medical Dispensary
Might mill workers become pot growers in Burns Lake, B.C.? Nations Cannabis is holding a job fair this week in a northern British Columbia mill town, as it prepares to transform an idled wood products mill into a large marijuana production facility.
WLIB unveils a new statue of Chief William: WLIB Chief Willie Sellars said that this move is just one of the latest in a series of new endeavours the band has embarked on, including the recent opening of Indigenous Bloom cannabis dispensary
First licensed pot shop on First Nations land in B.C. opening soon near Chilliwack: Located on the Skwah First Nation reserve, the Kure was granted its licence on April 25 to operate a non-medical cannabis retail store.
Garden Variety, one of four cannabis retailers approved by the provincial government to establish retail stores in Thompson, is hoping to set up operations in New Town Square at 90 Thompson Driver after being unable to come to terms on a lease at City Centre Mall.
How First Nations are leaving their mark on the cannabis industry: Weed sales on Sask. reserves limited, but First Nations investment in industry expanding
a former police chief on the Mohawk territory of Akwesasne, chuckled when asked if he thought he would have trouble finding customers when his first batch of cannabis is ready for sale around summertime.