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Cannabis legalization ignores First Nations

By Pam Palmater. This article was originally published in The Lawyer’s Daily on Jan.30, 2019. For decades, federal and provincial governments, through their local, regional and national police agencies and court systems, have arrested, charged and imprisoned thousands of First Nations people for engaging in the cannabis trade. Many had…

Fort McMurray group planning one of Canada’s first Indigenous cannabis operations

Fort McMurray #468 First Nation hopes to start construction of a plant in May on its land near Gregoire Lake, about 50 km southeast of Fort McMurray, says a spokesman for a Vancouver company consulting on the scheme. The operation is designed to produce 2,600 kilograms of pot annually — possibly…

A Timeline of Cannabis at Six Nations

Since Prime Minister Justin Trudeau came to office in 2015 and pledged to legalize recreational cannabis by July 2018, several Indigenous dispensaries have opened shops on Six Nations Territory, with differing levels of openness to the public. Below is a timeline of events at Six Nations. Spring 2017 – Medixinal Dispensary…

TRANSCRIPT-Akwesasne’s Stacy Huff on Cannabis, Healing and the Great Law

TRANSCRIPT Smoke Signals Radio Speaks with Stacy Huff March 16, 2018 Downloads: Audio  / PDF INTRO: You’re listening to Smoke Signals Radio, a Smoke Signals Media Production. I’m datejie green Today I’m speaking with Stacy Huff of Akwesasne Mohawk Territory. Stacy is a midwife trained in the healing powers of cannabis…

Smoke Signals Bulletin No.1

THE INDIGENOUS CANNABIS CUP – MAY 18-21 in TYENDINAGA MOHAWK TERRITORY – DON’T MISS IT! Brought to you by Mukwa Botanicals ~ “You don’t have to be high to heal” ~ An indigenous made, safe, tested, and trusted brand of cannabis botanicals. Welcome to the weekly Smoke Signals Bulletin! Smoke…