A retail consortium involves Manitoba's Fisher River Cree Nation, the Chippewas of the Thames First Nation in Ontario, and the cannabis companies Avana Canada, Native Roots Dispensary and MediPharm Labs.
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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.
About 200 people registered for a Friday cannabis legalization conference hosted by Red River College, spending the day learning about the basics of marijuana, from plant anatomy to cultivation to retail sales.
Cannabis count: Who’s in and who’s not in Indigenous country? all about the new economic, political and cultural landscape unfolding in the wake of cannabis’ legalization in Canada, information about how Indigenous communities were reacting
First Nations entrepreneurs big winners of Manitoba cannabis plan: A group of First Nations looks set to win big in the Manitoba cannabis market, thanks to partnerships with several cannabis companies chosen to run the province’s private marijuana retails
First Nations invested in marijuana selected to open Manitoba retail stores “This is an emerging market and it’s no different than the fur trade a couple hundred years ago where Indigenous people would benefit from that industry,”
First Nations invested in marijuana selected to open Manitoba retail stores: National Access Cannabis is a company, which has teamed up with Brokenhead, Longplain, Peguis, Nelson House and Opaskwayak First Nations.