Curve Lake First Nation final report on community survey and study on whether the First Nation should have a marijuana store
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Curve Lake First Nation ought to "be bold" and open cannabis stores or start growing marijuana commercially for others to legally sell, said the majority of members who responded to a recent survey or attended focus group sessions.
OPP-led task force probing non-approved dispensaries: Public complaints led the community street crime unit to the Soaring Eagle Medical Dispensary on County Road 36, he said. Officers seized marijuana, shatter, cannabis...
2 face drug charges after search of Trent Lakes medical dispensary: As part of an investigation, on May 1 around 8:30 a.m., members of the OPP Peterborough executed a drug search warrant at the Soaring Eagle Medical Dispensary
A lone Anishinabek Police Service car sits outside Trican medicinal marijuana shop at Curve Lake First Nation after it was served with a search warrant and one employee was arrested on Friday, April 6, 2018
Eleven days after opening, a marijuana dispensary in Curve Lake was closed down by the community's police force.
Curve Lake First Nation has its first medical marijuana dispensary. The Trican store in Curve Lake offered edible marijuana products when it opened on Feb. 25.
Medical marijuana dispensary opens in Curve Lake: The new shop has a café-style feel to it and all product is behind a glass enclosure. Dispensary owner Tammy Banks says flower, edibles, cremes and oils with both THC and CBD can be purchased at the shop
First Nation owned and operated firm looks to advance economic development initiatives: CURVE LAKE FIRST NATION—Medical marijuana and drones are two of the economic development initiatives being developed for First Nations by Pontiac Group