CBC journalist Jorge Barrera examines the rapidly growing indigenous cannabis industry in a segment for CBC’s National on April 20th, 2018. . http://www.cbc.ca/news/thenational
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The mayor of a village in northern Saskatchewan and the chief of a nearby First Nation are not happy the only available retail cannabis permit in the area was won by a Saskatoon-based business with no connection to their communities.
This event was sponsored by Herbal ReLeaf CBD+, Smoke Signals Media, and King Leaf. Cannabis and the Onkwehon:we was a public meeting held in Six Nations on March 27th, 2018. The event was sponsored by Herbal Releaf CBD+, King Leaf, and Smoke Signals Media. Presentations were made by Kanasaraken Loran…
A Senate committee debating Bill C-45, the cannabis law, heard from a company advocating for full Indigenous participation on Monday.
Audrey Hill is a Mohawk grandmother from the Turtle clan. Here she provides her thoughts about the cannabis industry at Six Nations.
The council of Akwesasne has decided to take another path towards settling its issues with cannabis stores in the community
ALDERVILLE FIRST NATION – From salves and lip balms to tinctures and vape pens, Mukwa Botanicals now offers a wide range of indigenous sourced and indigenous made cannabis products. After the official product launch to be held on Saturday, February 24th from 1-4pm at Medicine Wheel Natural Healing, the Mukwa Botanicals line will…
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.
Chadwick McGregor and Eliot Gautier run First Nations Medicinal based in Wahnapitae First Nation, located about 45 minutes north of Sudbury store after their store was raided by police. Although the police took money and medicines, they did not issue formal charges as McGregor and Gautier relate. First Nations Medicinal…