Curve Lake First Nation has its first medical marijuana dispensary. The Trican store in Curve Lake offered edible marijuana products when it opened on Feb. 25.
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Medical marijuana dispensary opens in Curve Lake: The new shop has a café-style feel to it and all product is behind a glass enclosure. Dispensary owner Tammy Banks says flower, edibles, cremes and oils with both THC and CBD can be purchased at the shop
Martin will run for chief, not take any legal action: Cathy Martin initially was suspended for three months by Listuguj's band council in November for posts to Facebook she made about a business deal between the band and Zenabis, a cannabis producer
First Nations invested in marijuana selected to open Manitoba retail stores “This is an emerging market and it’s no different than the fur trade a couple hundred years ago where Indigenous people would benefit from that industry,”
First Nations invested in marijuana selected to open Manitoba retail stores: National Access Cannabis is a company, which has teamed up with Brokenhead, Longplain, Peguis, Nelson House and Opaskwayak First Nations.
These four companies have won bids to sell legal weed in Manitoba - National Access Cannabis, a chain of medical cannabis clinics that already operate across Manitoba and other provinces.
Anishinabek Health Conference hosts Cannabis Conversation with Carol Hopkins: Hopkins shared that the cannabis plant has been sited throughout history of First Nation culture. Invites communities to consider all of the issues; the pros and the cons.
Hundreds of edible pot products and a taser were among the items seized by Anishinabek Police during a raid of a marijuana dispensary on the Wahnapitae First Nation last week.
by Ben Powless, The Nation, January 30, 2018 In a scene that wouldn’t be out of place in a standard action movie, police armed with assault rifles burst into the cannabis dispensary on a calm Tuesday evening and arrested almost everyone inside. The reserve police in the community of the…
Pot issue coming to boil on Six Nations: The survey in question shows massive support (in the 80 to 90 per cent range, based on answers from 731 respondents) for the availability of marijuana in their territory and for the "sovereign right" of Six Nations