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.
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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.
Cops turn blind eye to Indigenous protesters: None of the contraband sold in the 40 or so marijuana stores would be tolerated outside these Mohawk territory borders. The normal rules don’t apply here. On the other side of the line, however, it’s different.
More people have come forward as police continue to investigate how THC -- the active ingredient in cannabis -- wound up in a molasses cake served at an elementary school in Eskasoni, N.S.
When recreational cannabis was legalized in Canada in 2018, some imagined the country would become a utopia for weed-lovers: Canadians could be sparking up doobs with impunity. Not exactly... The Cannabis Act didn’t legalize cannabis in all its forms.
Police say several people — including children — were sickened after eating a molasses cake that may have contained THC during an event at a school in Eskasoni First Nation, N.S., on Friday
Cannabis conflict between MCA and longhouse continues in court: It has been nearly a year since the Akwesasne Mohawk Police Service raided dispensaries on Cornwall Island, an action that sparked a political crisis in the community.
Illegal pot store clerks given discharges in London court: One clerk, an Indigenous woman, was granted an absolute discharge after the Judge applied Gladue principles, a sentencing regime for First Nations people.
Two weeks ago Quebec provincial police were helping Listuguj police with raids on cannabis shops in the community. Fast forward to today – those same shops are open once again with permission from the council.