Algonquin Amikwa Anishinaabek (Beaver People) living in Reserves #13 and #2 as described by the 1854 Rowan Proclamation and the 1850 Indians’ Protection Act are waging a legal battle to defend the Indigenous right to grow and trade cannabis.
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City council voted to allow cannabis stores in Thunder Bay nearly a year ago, on Jan. 15. Since then, a dispensary on Fort William First Nation was shut down by the band, while an operator who was approved to operate a shop was disqualified
Fort William First Nation has been given the go-head by the Alcohol, Gaming Commission of Ontario to open a cannabis outlet in their community. But Chief Peter Collins says it's far from a done deal.
The Mohawk Council of Akwesasne is accepting applications for licences to produce or sell now-legal cannabis but licensing on the Mohawk Territory remains a work in progress.
Pot shop on FWFN ‘not a legal entity’ for sale of cannabis say police: A so-called pot shop on the Fort William First Nation that was rumoured to open on Tuesday is in fact illegal according to Anishinabek Police Service.
The owners of a prohibited cannabis dispensary in Fort William First Nation say they’re prepared to re-open if police shut them down.