Southern chiefs will engage governments regarding the Liquor, Gaming and Cannabis Authority of Manitoba, with the goal of possibly creating an Anishinaabe and Dakota-led liquor, gaming and cannabis authority.
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Dr. Shelley Turner, MD CCFP, will be speaking on Cannabis: An Opportunity for All First Nations at the First Nations Health and Social Secretariat of Manitoba 2020 National Conference, “Cannabis, Opioids, Crystal Meth: Enhancing a First Nation Context to Health Policy and Models of Care” on Feb.11th
Conference to tackle First Nations drug crisis: Cannabis, Opioids and Crystal Meth: Enhancing a First Nation Context to Health Policy and Models of Care will run Tuesday through Thursday at Canad Inns Polo Park and will bring in more than 250 first nations.
Cannabis retail display by Chandler wins highest design award: Garden Variety is a partnership of the Fisher River Cree Nation, Chippewas of the Thames First Nation, Avana Canada Inc., MediPharm Labs, and Native Roots Dispensary.
Cannabis and Indigenous Law: Public lecture with Onekanew Christian Sinclair... On October 17, 2018, recreational cannabis was legalized in Canada. Since that time cannabis and hemp has become an important and growing industry in Canada.
A major Canadian cannabis cultivation facility — a joint venture involving Peguis First Nation — is launching its operations in Winnipeg after getting licensed by Health Canada.
Manitoba’s new cannabis law tightens the canna-conservative province’s control of cannabis possession in public, treating all cannabis not in the stamped container of a licensed producer as illicit cannabis.
How OCN's leader took the Manitoba First Nation from 'paycheque to paycheque' to cannabis business leader. Sinclair's financial stake in National Access Cannabis came with a seat on the company's board and some new acquaintances.
A retail consortium involves Manitoba's Fisher River Cree Nation, the Chippewas of the Thames First Nation in Ontario, and the cannabis companies Avana Canada, Native Roots Dispensary and MediPharm Labs.
Anyone caught moving alcohol and cannabis without a permit within Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation could face penalities including fines or banishment, under a new community law that came into effect this week.