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
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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
Members of the Kwaw-kwaw-Apilt First Nation are clashing with Canadian and provincial laws by operating a cannabis store near Chilliwack and First Nations advocates say the federal government should have foreseen the conflict.
Williams Lake Indian Band is getting into the cannabis business with the construction of a retail shop on IR#6 land inside the city limits of Williams Lake.
The Kwaw-Kwaw-Apilt First Nation near Chilliwack has written its own cannabis law to replace the federal Cannabis Act and licensed its own cannabis store on reserve land.
“Proud to be Chilliwack’s FIRST legal retail Marijuana customer on this Oct 17, 2018!” he posted on a local Facebook group, along with a photo of him wearing a Cheech and Chong T-shirt holding his receipt and his purchase. “Congratulations Canada!!!”
By JENNIFER FEINBERG, Oct. 17, 2018, Reprinted from The Chilliwack Progress Ashwell Drive storefront is on Kwaw-Kwaw-A-Pilt First Nation land operating under a new ‘cannabis law.’ Indigenous Bloom was doing some brisk retail business on the day that cannabis became legal in Canada. The Ashwell Drive location on Kwaw-Kwaw-A-Pilt First Nation…
Officers on scene at Thursday at marijuana dispensaries on Chilliwack reserves PAUL HENDERSON Surrey Now Leader, Jul. 12, 2018 The proprietors of two new cannabis retail shops on two different local First Nations reserves in Chilliwack learned this week that, yes, marijuana is still illegal. At around 10 a.m. on July…