Excluded from Canada’s marijuana industry, Indigenous entrepreneurs are forging a sovereign market From The Breach by Caitlin Donohue August 4 2022 When Tim Barnhart first opened a cannabis dispensary on Tyendinaga Mohawk territory back in 2015, it was considered a radical act. Legacy 420 was a sovereign shop, promising to empower Indigenous…
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From The Bluntness by Taylor Engle June 29 2021 In their latest effort to spread awareness and spark conversation, Honeysuckle Magazinehas partnered with hip hop legend and cannabis advocate/entrepreneur Lil Wayne on “Diversity in Cannabis,” a Times Square campaign that will go down in history and hopefully set the stage for…
Legacy 420 in Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory has released a new promotional video showcasing their store.
Canada’s indigenous peoples are pioneering the billion-dollar bonanza that is the country’s growing cannabis market.
The following post contains video interviews with Mohawks involved in the cannabis industry in Tyendinaga giving their reaction to the upcoming Nov 16th, "Cannabis Control Law" Plebiscite being called by the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte. For more information about this issue, visit www.no-vote.ca
Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory pot shop owner speaks out against legal First Nation licences: Unlike Mississauga First Nation, Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory has several dispensaries that are already producing cannabis products at an astounding rate.
Did Indigenous Canadians use Cannabis Before Europeans Arrived? After he arrived in North America, Jacques Cartier wrote in his journal that he could see “hempe” growing.
THC slushies, pirate radio and the cannabis-driven boom in a Mohawk community: A cannabis economy began to bloom in Tyendinaga after the Liberal government first announced it would legalize cannabis.
WEED WONDERLAND: What Mohawks can teach us about cannabis: They are a sovereign people who have figured out the cannabis business better than an army of bureaucrats ever could.
With annual sales of more than $20 million at Legacy 420, his cannabis superstore on the Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory in eastern Ontario, Barnhart has no difficulty meeting an annual $3.7-million payroll.