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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A trial underway this week could have far reaching implications for the Indigenous people of northern Ontario and across Canada. From CBC.ca by Erik White January 19, 2021 The defence is arguing that no governments, not even First Nation chiefs and councils, can legally control hunting and fishing around Lake…
First Nation cannabis producers and retailers may find themselves on much surer footing as cannabis trading on traditional lands gains a strong defence through sections 25 and 35 of the ‘Constitution Act, 1982,’ according to the man who literally wrote those sections in the constitution.
Two separate alleged illegal cannabis storefronts located in Henvey Inlet First Nation were raided on Friday, Jan. 4 2019, resulting in the arrests of three men.
Three Sudbury-area men have been charged with selling pot illegally after police raided shops in Henvey Inlet, south of the city.