A sovereign Indigenous cannabis dispensary has opened up in the heart of London, Ontario with the goal of transforming Canada’s history of “economic genocide” into a new era of peaceful “economic reconciliation” between Indigenous people and the city.
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Maurice French of the Chippewa of the Thames First Nation is a driving force in the Indigenous cannabis industry. Four years after his shop was raided at the direction of the elected Chief, all charges have been dropped against him. So why did the Band Council collude with the OPP…
From anishinabeknews.ca original article by Colin Graf September 7 2020 CHIPPEWAS OF THE THAMES FIRST NATION— Officials with the Chippewas of the Thames First Nation (COTTFN) are announcing a $2 million investment in a Canadian licensed cannabis cultivation and production company. The purchase of 21% of Sensi Brands Inc. will…
Cannabis retail display by Chandler wins highest design award: Garden Variety is a partnership of the Fisher River Cree Nation, Chippewas of the Thames First Nation, Avana Canada Inc., MediPharm Labs, and Native Roots Dispensary.
A retail consortium involves Manitoba's Fisher River Cree Nation, the Chippewas of the Thames First Nation in Ontario, and the cannabis companies Avana Canada, Native Roots Dispensary and MediPharm Labs.
Garden Variety, one of four cannabis retailers approved by the provincial government to establish retail stores in Thompson, is hoping to set up operations in New Town Square at 90 Thompson Driver after being unable to come to terms on a lease at City Centre Mall.
A northern Ontario Indigenous community has become the first to ban the province's monopoly pot delivery service from its territory, a move that at least one Southwestern Ontario First Nation - and maybe more - is looking to follow.
Two people are facing drug charges after police raided an illegal pot dispensary in Chippewa of the Thames First Nation.
Cannabis count: Who’s in and who’s not in Indigenous country? all about the new economic, political and cultural landscape unfolding in the wake of cannabis’ legalization in Canada, information about how Indigenous communities were reacting
In a series of raids of properties at First Nations’ reserves in Southwestern Ontario, police have seized five kilos of marijuana, more than 190 grams of cocaine, oxycodone and hydromorphone tablets, 14 prohibited weapons, five firearms, six stolen vehicles and more than $7,000 in cash, OPP reported Thursday.