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Indigenous Cannabis Cup

Indigenous Cannabis Cup: The third annual Smoke Signals Indigenous Cannabis Cup opens today at Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory on Lake Ontario. It runs four days, including overnight camping.

‘Babylon Must Burn’

The Indigenous Cannabis Cup was an overall success despite some rain and wind on the second day, which was highlighted by Donisha Prendergast’s fiery call to action and resistance. The Toronto-based filmmaker and activist is also the granddaughter of the legendary Rastafarian revolutionary and world renown singer, Bob Marley. “I’m…

Decolonizing cannabis: can legalization set Indigenous communities free?

For some Indigenous communities, legal weed represents liberation, but hanging over the possibility of future prosperity is whether the country will be able to enforce cannabis regulations fairly BY KIERAN DELAMONT APRIL 19, 2018 Illustration by Jason Carter Most people who have even a passing interest in cannabis in Canada have doubts…

Smoke Signals Bulletin No.1

THE INDIGENOUS CANNABIS CUP – MAY 18-21 in TYENDINAGA MOHAWK TERRITORY – DON’T MISS IT! Brought to you by Mukwa Botanicals ~ “You don’t have to be high to heal” ~ An indigenous made, safe, tested, and trusted brand of cannabis botanicals. Welcome to the weekly Smoke Signals Bulletin! Smoke…