Dispensing Freedom's interview with Chadwick McGregor from Wahnapitae First Nation.
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The owners of two Wahnapitae marijuana dispensaries are vowing to reopen after raids Wednesday by Anishinabek Police Service shut them down.
Chants of “Free Derek Roque” could be heard outside the Sudbury Courthouse this morning and dozens of people gathered to support the owner of Creator's Choice, who was arrested Sept. 18 after Anishinabek Police Service raided his dispensary on Wahnapitae First Nation.
A group of nearly 20 people rallied outside the Sudbury courthouse Thursday morning after police raided two First Nation cannabis dispensaries on Wednesday afternoon.
The Ontario Provincial Police have released the list of charges resulting from raids of two marijuana dispensaries this week at Wahnapitae First Nation.
On Thursday September 18th over 50 people showed up on less than 12 hours notice to rally in support of Derek Roque, the owner of Creator's Choice, an indigenous cannabis dispensary in Wahnapitae First Nation. Here is a compilation of some of the video that was taken that day.
Three Sudbury-area men have been charged with selling pot illegally after police raided shops in Henvey Inlet, south of the city.
Six people have been charged following two separate drug raids on the Wahnapitae First Nation.
Ontario Provincial Police say that members of the Provincial Joint Forces Cannabis Enforcement Team along with members of the Anishinabek Police Service made several arrests and laid charges in connection with what they call two illegal cannabis stores on Wahnapitae First Nation.
Chadwick McGregor and Eliot Gautier run First Nations Medicinal based in Wahnapitae First Nation, located about 45 minutes north of Sudbury store after their store was raided by police. Although the police took money and medicines, they did not issue formal charges as McGregor and Gautier relate. First Nations Medicinal…