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
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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.
An indigenous-controlled company is in the process of converting a now-vacant Burns Lake sawmill into large-scale cannabis grow operation.
An indigenous controlled cannabis company in Burns Lake is hoping to soon open their doors. NATIONS received a building permit and are in the process of construction.
Matsqui First Nation plans to build greenhouses on land it controls. There are two possibilities at the moment, one of which would be the growing of medical marijuana.
Burns Lake-based Nations Cannabis is set to become the first Indigenous band in British Columbia to operate a licensed Cannabis growing facility. A leader in the Indigenous cannabis business, Nations Cannabis is currently going through the late-stage federal licensing process.
The Tseshaht First Nation has opened its own provincially-licensed cannabis store. Orange Bridge Cannabis, according to the Liquor and Cannabis Regulation Branch, is the first cannabis retail store licence issued by the province to a First Nation
The Tseshaht First Nation in Port Alberni is now operating B.C.'s first licensed cannabis store owned by a First Nation.
The first legal cannabis shop in the Alberni Valley opened over the Labour Day weekend on Tseshaht First Nation land, and others are coming—and there needs to be a place for it as we move forward.
am not an expert on politics, land use or zoning bylaws but I am deeply disheartened by North Cowichan’s decision to consider the province’s application for a cannabis shop despite the plea from Cowichan Tribes Chief William Seymour .