Pikakakanagan women to open second cannabis shop: “To me it’s just two differently licensed shops. One would be licensed by Ontario, which I’m totally entitled to apply for, and one would be licensed by my own government, which I’m also entitled to have.
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Originally published on no-vote.ca The following is analysis of why the MBQ has no right to create or enforce such a law on Mohawk land. The Indian Act is openly recognized as racist and genocidal legislation. The Indian Act was created in 1876 by the new Canadian government for the express purpose…
originally published on no-vote.ca TYENDINAGA MOHAWK TERRITORY – The Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte (MBQ) Elected Band Council held the first of two scheduled “open house” meetings at the Mohawk Community Centre on Tuesday, Oct 22nd. The gathering was attended by about 30 people, but the Chief and Council members present faced a…
Originally published on no-vote.ca The Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte Band Council is trying to assert Canadian law over sovereign Mohawk Territory by pushing for a “Cannabis Control Law” that Mohawks warn will bring “civil war” and “as much carnage as has ever been done in our world.” TYENDINAGA…
A man who was among three people arrested when a raid was conducted at two marijuana dispensaries on the Wahnapitae First Nation in mid-September has had several charges against him withdrawn.
Pot shop proposal going to public hearing: But neighbouring Halalt First Nation “strongly opposes” the potential for easily accessible cannabis, particularly by the younger members of the First Nation.
The line up at Costa Canna, the Cowichan Valley’s first retail marijuana store, was long at its grand opening on Oct. 18.“We’re open for business,” said William Seymour, chief of Cowichan Tribes.
FSIN hopes to see cannabis discussions continue in fall legislature session: First Nations communities selling recreational cannabis, despite not having official permission to do so from the province, are expressing their treaty rights
There are currently eight cannabis dispensaries on the Algonquins of Pikwakanagan First Nation, and soon, one could become legal. Owner of Madashk, Sherry Kohoko, says she applied for a license from the Alcohol and Gaming Commision of Ontario (AGCO).
The Pikwàkanagàn First Nation near Ottawa will get to apply for a retail cannabis store licence, representing the ninth pot shop on the territory and the only government-sanctioned one.