Sewatohwat Cannabis recently opened at 430 Richmond St., just north of Dundas Street, without approval from the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario, the province’s pot regulator.
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On Dec. 3, Spirit River Cannabis in London, Ontario, officially opened its doors with no provincial licensing in place, Dispensing Freedom reported. The business says it will operate 24 hours a day and is offering $20 ounces, completely tax-free.
The Ontario Provincial Police unit responsible for cannabis enforcement says it is currently "looking into" an Indigenous-owned cannabis retail store operating without a licence in London, Ont.
An area cannabis retailer has complained to the City of London about an unsanctioned Indigenous-run 24-hour pot shop running out of a trailer. From London Free Press by Dale Carruthers December 13 2022 Spirit River Cannabis recently opened in a gravel lot at 72 Wellington Rd., just north of Grand…
An area cannabis retailer has complained to the City of London about an unsanctioned Indigenous-run 24-hour pot shop running out of a trailer.
On Thursday, November 24th Spirit River Cannabis celebrated with a soft opening of London Ontario’s first sovereign cannabis retail space. The store which is located at 72 Wellington Street is now open to the public welcoming anyone who wishes to purchase tax-free flower, concentrates, vaporizers, edibles, topicals, tinctures, and other quality-tested cannabis products.
An unlicensed, Indigenous-owned cannabis retail store has opened its first urban location in London, Ont., looking to claim space in a crowded marketplace by selling cannabis its own way — potentially setting the stage for a major test of Ontario's cannabis retail laws.
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.