Pot shop opens near Princeton on band land. As the shop is on Upper Similkameen Indian Band land, it is not subject to provincial or municipal licensing requirements, said owner.
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the National Indigenous Cannabis & Hemp Conference (NICHC) will be arriving at the Delta Grand Okanagan Resort in Kelowna, British Columbia, providing attendees an opportunity to learn from indigenous experts and delegates from across Canada.
Cannabis cops crack down: There are multiple stores to purchase cannabis, including edibles, along what has come to be called the "green mile" on Okanagan Indian Band land. These shops indicate they operate in a "grey zone" – but the Police says no.
From tworowtimes.com link to release, October 22, 2019 The legalization of marijuana has created new economic opportunities for Canada’s Indigenous population. Still, many communities lack the information necessary to capitalize on the growth of the cannabis & hemp industries. The National Indigenous Cannabis & Hemp Conference (NICHC), Nov. 26-28 at…
The line up at Costa Canna, the Cowichan Valley’s first retail marijuana store, was long at its grand opening on Oct. 18.“We’re open for business,” said William Seymour, chief of Cowichan Tribes.
The Province has established a working group with the First Nations Leadership Council to ensure Indigenous interests are considered and interested communities are included in this emerging industry.
After months of anxious waiting, Costa Canna, a partnership headed by Cowichan Tribes, finally received its licence last week from the province to operate the store in the Duncan Mall.
Cowichan Tribes has received its cannabis licence from the province and the Costa Canna pot shop is expected to be operational on October 18.
Enderby area dubbed 'Greenderby' as pot shops bloom and West of Vernon, the Okanagan Indian Band's Westside Road has earned the nickname "the Green Mile" and now boasts two drive-through cannabis stores along with five other pot shops all in close proximi
A cluster of pot shops on the Splatsin reserve. Instead of participating in the provincial regulatory system for marijuana sales, band will be coming up with its own regulation for cannabis sales.