From CTV News Link to article by Robert Buffam, June 25th 2019 The Cowichan Tribes First Nation says the province is dragging its feet and costing it money as the band is forced to wait months longer than expected for a license to operate a cannabis retail store in Duncan.…
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As owners of the Kure Cannabis Society, Carrie and Adam spent months preparing for the June 21 re-opening of their former store, located on the Skwah First Nation reserve in Chilliwack. They closed last October so they could apply for a government licence.
The Chief of Cowichan Tribes is frustrated that the province is dragging its feet in awarding a cannabis license for the Costa Canna store in Village Green Mall.
B.C.'s largest First Nation accuses province of conflict on cannabis licences: Cowichan wrestle with a wall of red tape, and are repeatedly rejected for nation-to-nation talks with the province, the B.C. government is competing against the First Nation.
Semiahmoo First Nation Chief Harley Chappell says he believes all First Nations should be moving into the cannabis industry, following the opening of the Indigenous Bloom dispensary.
Semiahmoo First Nation to open medicinal hemp and cannabis dispensary: SFN has approved its economic development business, SE-MI-AH-MU Limited Partnership, to enter into a partnership with Indigenous Bloom Corp.
Non-medical cannabis shop shot down by council: a member of the Wei Wai Kum First Nation, who does not support the opening of a cannabis retail store anywhere near the Nation, citing concerns about pre-existing vagrancy and drug use issues
Company looking to produce CBD oil in the South Okanagan one step closer: Green Mountain has secured a 98-acre parcel of Indigenous agricultural land in Marron Valley.
Might mill workers become pot growers in Burns Lake, B.C.? Nations Cannabis is holding a job fair this week in a northern British Columbia mill town, as it prepares to transform an idled wood products mill into a large marijuana production facility.
First licensed pot shop on First Nations land in B.C. opening soon near Chilliwack: Located on the Skwah First Nation reserve, the Kure was granted its licence on April 25 to operate a non-medical cannabis retail store.