Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe lawyer to talk cannabis, tax disputes at Indigenous Law Conference
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This the full PDF document of the Anishinabek Nation 2018 Cannabis Report
Exactly how the provisions of the federal Cannabis Act, which came into force on 17 October 2018, will apply to Indigenous communities has not been addressed in the legislation.
, lawyers Drew Lafond and Sonia Eggerman will present at the Assembly of First Nations National First Nations (AFN) Cannabis Summit in Vancouver, BC discussing First Nations’ jurisdiction over cannabis.
The government needs to legalize all weed and grant licences to everyone who can grow organic marijuana. Imagine if Canada were to lead the world in growing organic, non-irradiated cannabis? No joke: it would be an incredibly worthy goal.
The Cannabis Act was created with limited consultation on how it would apply to urban Indigenous communities and communities on-reserve.