Dispensing Freedom's interview with Chadwick McGregor from Wahnapitae First Nation.
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Southern chiefs will engage governments regarding the Liquor, Gaming and Cannabis Authority of Manitoba, with the goal of possibly creating an Anishinaabe and Dakota-led liquor, gaming and cannabis authority.
Oneida First Nations' ban on visitors will force smokers, drivers to pay taxes to support recovery. While this may be a disappointment for the black-market customers, perhaps they can understand that their taxable purchases may help save lives.
Alderville chief, council order pot shops to temporarily close amid coronavirus pandemic in a bid to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus disease, COVID-19.
In an effort to encourage social distancing, no tobacco, alcohol or cannabis products will be sold in stores on the Kanesatake territory, Grand Chief Serge Simon announced Tuesday.
Retail cannabis store opens on Tk’emlúps land after being raided and closing in Kamloops. Boomers Bud is now one of at least four retail cannabis stores open on Tk’emlups land. Only one of those, called Yellowhead Cannabis, has a provincial license.
Wahta marijuana dispensary closes in 2016 after the operator said police laid criminal charges against him.
Eskasoni First Nation concerned about unregulated cannabis sales after two recent incidents involving unwitting consumption of cannabis-laced, intends to open its own soon to sell cannabis and related products under the Mi’kmaq right to self-government.
At least two off-reserve cannabis retailers in Oliver raised a concern to the Chronicle about Indigenous Bloom not charging taxes, thereby, undercutting existing businesses that must charge the tax under federal law. They also questioned the fact these stores are not federally regulated.
Beaver Creek residents are pleading with Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District (ACRD) directors to prevent a medical cannabis production plant from setting up across the road from an Indigenous healing centre, school and day care.