The Chief of Cowichan Tribes is frustrated that the province is dragging its feet in awarding a cannabis license for the Costa Canna store in Village Green Mall.
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Proposed marijuana plantation at Cape draws community concern: A Neyaashiinigmiing-based company, which announced in May its plans to grow marijuana outdoors on the reserve, held community information sessions there earlier this month.
B.C.'s largest First Nation accuses province of conflict on cannabis licences: Cowichan wrestle with a wall of red tape, and are repeatedly rejected for nation-to-nation talks with the province, the B.C. government is competing against the First Nation.
High times at Okanagan Indian Band's 'Green Mile', The Top Hat Cannabis store sits just a stone's throw from Little Kingdom Medical Hemp and Cannabis, just a short walk from the Wakenbake drive-thru.
Bridging Finance Inc., one of North America'sleading infrastructure firms for First Nations and Inuit, is working with Peguis First Nation to bring safe Cannabis retail options to First Nation communities.
Semiahmoo First Nation Chief Harley Chappell says he believes all First Nations should be moving into the cannabis industry, following the opening of the Indigenous Bloom dispensary.
Minnesota hemp grower fights state to keep his crop: The Department of Agriculture wants him to destroy it all, saying he's violated the terms of his hemp growers license. Now Hummel has taken the state to court to save his crop.
Semiahmoo First Nation to open medicinal hemp and cannabis dispensary: SFN has approved its economic development business, SE-MI-AH-MU Limited Partnership, to enter into a partnership with Indigenous Bloom Corp.
Ventures wait on governments as Nipissing First Nation passes own cannabis law; Nipissing First Nation wants First Nations included in the cannabis industry. Chief Scott McLeod informs that the current legislation is discriminatory.
company to host First Nation Cannabis Reception: Growth, Prosperity and Cultivating a Green Economy, an event slated for Monday evening at Sault Ste. Marie Delta Waterfront.