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
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Provincial cannabis distributors across the country are making changes to protect consumers and employees and help deal with a spike in demand amid COVID-19. Cannabis stores warn of delivery delays, no same-day shipping and store closure
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.
Ontario Launches Consultations on Expanding Cannabis Business Opportunities: The government will also meet with key groups, including industry representatives, public health and safety organizations, education stakeholders and Indigenous representatives.
Kana Leaf, a recreational Cannabis dispensary is coming to the Nipissing First Nation (NFN) reserve.
Illegal pot store clerks given discharges in London court: One clerk, an Indigenous woman, was granted an absolute discharge after the Judge applied Gladue principles, a sentencing regime for First Nations people.
Ontario First Nations have the authority to set their own cannabis laws and license their own retail outlets. But federal law still requires those stores to buy from a provincial regulatory body, side stepping the sovereignty of Indigenous communities.