Craft cannabis company seeks land in Merritt for industrial park. The nine-acre property is currently owned by Spayum Developments, a business group comprised of local First Nation bands.
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The City of Delta could end up permanently blocking cannabis retailers from setting up shop here, but that might not be the case at the Tsawwassen First Nation.
A cannabis license applicant that has secured three properties in the Okanagan for cultivation and processing has received a $1 million investment from the Manitoba Métis Foundation.
The BC Assembly of First Nations hosted a Cannabis Forum in Vancouver this week to figure out how they feel about cannabis.
The ‘B.C. First Nations Cannabis Forum’, the first ever event of its kind, gave Indigenous representatives from all over B.C. a chance to discuss economic opportunities within the industry.
The nation is looking to open one of the island’s first legal cannabis stores, Costa Canna, by mid-April. But because of the Nation’s history with substance abuse and addiction, it’s been a difficult decision to come to.>
A partnership led by Cowichan Tribes is planning to open the first legal cannabis store in the Cowichan Valley next month.
Williams Lake’s first cannabis retail store is set to open Friday, March 22 on land owned by the Williams Lake Indian Band near Scout Island on Mackenzie Avenue South.
With the federal government not giving First Nations across the country jurisdiction with cannabis under Bill C-45 (the Cannabis Act), many bands, including Tk'emlups, have choosen to write its own cannabis laws while negotiating with governments.
A cannabis store that opened recently near Lake Country is operating without a licence. According to the province, in order to operate cannabis stores must obtain a provincial licence