Sarnia-Lambton, including Aamjiwnaang First Nation, has again been shutout of the lottery to get a legal cannabis retail store.
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Aamjiwnaang holding community consultation on cannabis law: In a notice to band members, chief and council said they’ve received numerous reports from Aamjiwnaang members about incidents in the community.
Sarnia’s chief of police made good on a pledge last week when officers raided two smoke shops on the Aamjiwnaang First Nation and arrested five men for running illegal marijuana stores. Despite more police busts, illegal pot shops continue to pop up
Three Aamjiwnaang First Nation business entrepreneurs closer to realizing dreams awarded $750 each by a panel of four judges for their plans to develop a cannabis-derived pain salve.
Sarnia police arrested four people and seized more than $121,000 worth of cannabis, edibles and cash from the Pot of Gold Medicals and Edibles store south of Sarnia, in the Aamjiwnaang First Nation.