Mi'kmaq chiefs want more say on cannabis sales: the Assembly of Nova Scotia Mi’kmaq Chiefs expressed its members concerns about the retail of cannabis products as it pertains to First Nations peoples across Nova Scotia.
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Chief says elders key to cannabis legislation, dispensary on Pheasant Rump Nakota Nation: The dispensary is operated by the First Nation, located 170 kilometres southeast of Regina. It does have a license from the First Nation but not from the Province.
Aundeck Omni Kaning First Nation plebiscite and survey give chief and council nod to regulate legal pot sales
Limiting cannabis stores on Ontario First Nations against ‘community sovereignty’says regional Chief after the Ontario government announced that it will issue up to eight licences for cannabis store on First Nations reserves.
Pheasant Rump Nakota Nation opens cannabis dispensary: Approximately seven months after Muscowpetung Saulteaux Nation opened its cannabis dispensary without a provincial licence, another Saskatchewan First Nation has followed suit.
'We have jurisdiction over our lands': Pheasant Rump opens cannabis shop despite lack of provincial permit; The province issued 51 permits before the legalization of marijuana last October. Pheasant Rump was not on the list
Chiefs Frustrated with NS Decisions for Cannabis Industry : Cannabis was legalized to address the black market; but without access to legal cannabis, the black market continues to thrive in our Mi’kmaq communities.
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.
Nipissing First Nation develops its own set of cannabis laws which are destined to be implemented next week. critics of the current system say that the federal government’s rules are stacked against enabling First Nations businesses and entrepreneurs
The Chiefs of Ontario have passed a resolution enabling First Nations to assert complete jurisdiction to govern all cannabis operations within their own territories.