Last month, Kana Leaf on Nipissing First Nation became the first cannabis retail store to open in the area. An application to open another store on Nipissing First Nation, called Northern Zen Cannabis, is still moving through the approval process.
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The Key Health and Social Factors for a Cannabis Strategy Forum hosted by the Anishinabek Nation Health Department in early March in Toronto brought together Anishinabek front-line workers to discuss the current challenges that the legalization of cannabis
Garnet and Deborah Avery, owners of Yellek Self Storage in North Bay, Ontario, have co-launched a local marijuana dispensary with other family members. Kana Leaf is the first indigenous-owned cannabis shop in Nipissing First Nation, Ontario.
Kana Leaf’s business partners are very excited to be Ontario’s first legal Indigenous cannabis shop. Kana Leaf is set to open at the end of February.
For young people considering a job in a competitive industry, the longer the wait, the harder that grabbing a foothold can become. Seeming to be well-aware of this, the Nipissing First Nation has decided to lower a ladder, instead. "we lowered the age".
Nipissing First Nation to open first licensed pot shop. Kana Leaf, to be located in Nipissing First Nation off Highway 17 on Osprey Miikan, is set to start selling cannabis on February 29.
Cannabis age restriction to change for Nipissing First Nation jobs: “The age of buying our products is still 21. We realized afterwards that there were some concerns of post-secondary students that would be looking for work opportunities."
Nipissing First Nation — and the North Bay area — could see its first licensed cannabis dispensary open by the end of the month.
Kana Leaf, a recreational Cannabis dispensary is coming to the Nipissing First Nation (NFN) reserve.
Nipissing First Nation is going to be home to a new cannabis manufacturing facility that hopes to bring more than 80 jobs to the area.