Indigenous Bloom opened their doors in a new building off Green Mountain Road on the Penticton Indian Band yesterday, Aug.14.
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The Indigenous Bloom on the Penticton Indian Band has officially opened its doors today, marking the second cannabis dispensary in the area to open within the last week.
Retail cannabis shop has now opened on the Penticton Indian Reserve, just steps from the mid-way point of the Okanagan River channel.
Pot shop opens on reserve: Indigenous Bloom, a chain that has locations in other areas of the province, opened its doors on the west side of the Penticton Channel on Green Mountain Road Wednesday morning.
Semiahmoo First Nation Chief Harley Chappell says he believes all First Nations should be moving into the cannabis industry, following the opening of the Indigenous Bloom dispensary.
Semiahmoo First Nation to open medicinal hemp and cannabis dispensary: SFN has approved its economic development business, SE-MI-AH-MU Limited Partnership, to enter into a partnership with Indigenous Bloom Corp.
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
After an almost six month wait, the Williams Lake Indian Band opened the lakecity’s first official cannabis dispensary, Indigenous Bloom, on 1145 South Mackenzie Ave. March 23.
Williams Lake’s first cannabis retail store is set to open Friday, March 22 on land owned by the Williams Lake Indian Band near Scout Island on Mackenzie Avenue South.
A cannabis store that opened recently near Lake Country is operating without a licence. According to the province, in order to operate cannabis stores must obtain a provincial licence