From WLTribune.com by Rebecca Dyok April 18 2021 Development continues on B.C.’s first farm to gate cannabis facility in Williams Lake. Williams Lake First Nation (WLFN) director of legal and corporate services Kirk Dressler said construction is nearing completion and that it will take about three months to get through…
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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.
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.