With a marijuana breathalyzer, 290 more acres for cannabis growing, an Indigenous cannabis and hemp conference and a pot store in Sicamous, the Okanagan is further solidifying its position as a legal marijuana hot spot.
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Third annual Indigenous cannabis conference underway in Kelowna: Wesley Sam, co-founder of a cannabis production company based in Burns Lake called Nations, said more and more Indigenous communities are looking to cannabis to help fulfill labour gaps.
Expanding cannabis markets mean more business opportunities for First Nations and their people. That is one of the many themes that will be discussed this week in Kelowna, where the third annual National Indigenous Cannabis & Hemp Conference is being held.
The Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke (MCK) wishes to inform the community that Ietsénhaienhs Gina Deer is attending the National Indigenous Cannabis & Hemp Conference taking place in Kelowna, British Columbia from today until Thursday.
the National Indigenous Cannabis & Hemp Conference (NICHC) will be arriving at the Delta Grand Okanagan Resort in Kelowna, British Columbia, providing attendees an opportunity to learn from indigenous experts and delegates from across Canada.
From tworowtimes.com link to release, October 22, 2019 The legalization of marijuana has created new economic opportunities for Canada’s Indigenous population. Still, many communities lack the information necessary to capitalize on the growth of the cannabis & hemp industries. The National Indigenous Cannabis & Hemp Conference (NICHC), Nov. 26-28 at…
On behalf of our Westbank First Nation, I wish to personally invite you to attend the 3rd National Cannabis and Hemp Conference designed to address the policy issues Nations considering cannabis are facing, to be held at the Delta Marriott Grand Okanagan Resort, in Kelowna, November 26-28, 2019.
A report on priority areas identified during the Senate Committee's study of the Cannabis Act: Progress Report on Priorities Identified in the Eleventh Report of the Standing Senate Committee on Aboriginal Peoples
Canada's legal cannabis industry is still in its early stages, and the country’s Indigenous communities are looking at the nascent market both skeptically and as an opportunity to prosper.
Over 300 delegates attended the second National Indigenous Cannabis and Hemp Conference (NICHC) held on the unceded territory of the Algonquins of Pikwakanagan on February 19-20, 2019.