Nipissing First Nation Chief on application for cannabis store: "You know we support the individual but we don't necessarily support the idea that the province has jurisdiction in our First Nation lands."
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Ontario First Nations balk at province's newly-announced cannabis retail licence lottery: First Nations cannabis entrepreneurs are outraged at the reigning Ontario Conservative Party’s plan to license stores located on reservations
Don’t expect Nipissing First Nation to apply for a retail license to sell cannabis on the reserve. That’s the word from Chief Scott McLeod who says there is no desire on the part of the band council. Chief says cannabis retail licensing process unfair
Ventures wait on governments as Nipissing First Nation passes own cannabis law; Nipissing First Nation wants First Nations included in the cannabis industry. Chief Scott McLeod informs that the current legislation is discriminatory.
Nipissing First Nation develops its own set of cannabis laws which are destined to be implemented next week. critics of the current system say that the federal government’s rules are stacked against enabling First Nations businesses and entrepreneurs
Nipissing First Nation (NFN) has the inherent right to its own cannabis law and could be drafting a new law soon with the support of its citizens.
‘I don’t believe we’re ready at all’ says Anishinabek Nation Grand Council Chief on new cannabis legislation: federal cannabis legislation came into effect on October 17, 2018. Cannabis policies vary right across Canada and Anishinabek First Nations
The city to respect its neighbours, highlighting how Nipissing First Nation Chief Scott McLeod has spoken out against marijuana sales in his community.
Nipissing First Nation mulls banning cannabis sales ahead of legalization: Although the legislation is still being sorted out across the provinces, some First Nations in Ontario are trying to get ahead of the game, while others are holding off