Over 80 community members came out to hear former National Chief Del Riley speak about cannabis as an Aboriginal Right. Reposted from www.mikmaqcannabis.com MILLBROOK FIRST NATION – On Wednesday, April 6th, 2022, former National Chief Del Riley made a presentation on the topic of “Decolonization, Moderate Livelihood, and cannabis as an…
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Credit Medicine Wheel, Tyendinaga Mohawk War Chief Kanenhariyo, and Hereditary Crane Clan Chief Delbert Riley on Monday, April 4th at 7pm.
Join Ken Hughes Sr., a spokesperson for the Mississaugas of the New Credit Medicine Wheel – a sovereign Indigenous cannabis dispensary operating on traditional territory in downtown Toronto – to discuss the politics and possibilities of the Indigenous cannabis industry moving from the reserves to the cities.
Chief Del Riley, Hereditary Crane Clan Chief, former leader of the National Indian Brotherhood, past president of the Union of Ontario Indians, and past chairman of the World Council of Indigenous Peoples is doing a speaking tour to discuss the constitutionally protected Aboriginal right to cannabis. Chief Riley will be…
The Oneida Cannabis Store (OCS) celebrated the opening of their new store in Oneida on September 26th.
Supporters of Indigenous Cannabis dispensaries are holding a rally outside police stations in Garden River and Batchewana First Nation on National Aboriginal Day this Sunday, June 21st to take a stand against racism and police oppression in Ojibway territories.
3RD ANNUAL INDIGENOUS HEMP CONFERENCE: Before the start of the farming conference, join us for a day of learning, networking, and workshopping. Local and regional hemp experts will join us to discuss the possible roles hemp can for tribal economies.
Dr. Shelley Turner, MD CCFP, will be speaking on Cannabis: An Opportunity for All First Nations at the First Nations Health and Social Secretariat of Manitoba 2020 National Conference, “Cannabis, Opioids, Crystal Meth: Enhancing a First Nation Context to Health Policy and Models of Care” on Feb.11th
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.
If you are an Anishinabek cannabis consumer, retailer, grower, elder or medicine person and you want to be involved in supporting the growth and success of the sovereign indigenous cannabis movement, then this meeting is for you.