Carry the Kettle Nakoda Nation banning all illegal drugs, including cannabis: Chief and council passed by way of motion through a Band Council Resolution. A letter was sent on May 4th to inform all Carry The Kettle residents of the ban.
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How First Nations are leaving their mark on the cannabis industry: Weed sales on Sask. reserves limited, but First Nations investment in industry expanding
In November 2018, the Muscowpetung Saulteaux Nation announced the opening of the Mino-Maskihki Cannabis Dispensary. The same week, the First Nation filed a lawsuit against the provincial government in Regina Court of Queen’s Bench.
A First Nation operating a cannabis dispensary without a provincial permit has laid the groundwork for taking the federal and Saskatchewan governments to court.
5Buds Cannabis in Warman will opening its doors to customers on Friday at 2 p.m., the company announced From SASKATOON STARPHOENIX link to article November 29, 2018 5Buds Cannabis will opening its doors to customers Friday afternoon, the company announced. The recreational cannabis store on Centennial Boulevard in Warman is scheduled to…
Warman cannabis store set to open Friday: 5Buds Cannabis is licensed under Synergy Five Investments, a partnership between five Saskatchewan First Nations that won permits to open cannabis stores in Warman, North Battleford and Yorkton.
The chief of a First Nation operating an unlicensed cannabis store says another meeting is planned with the Saskatchewan government on the issue.
In a two-page letter addressed to Chief Anthony Cappo of Muscowpetung Saulteaux Nation, SLGA regulatory services division vice-president Fiona Cribb said the SLGA and provincial government officials would be willing to meet with the First Nation to discuss its cannabis store, but stopped short of threatening any action.
Saskatchewan's justice minister is to meet next week with the chief of a First Nation that has opened an unlicensed cannabis store.
The provincial government maintains that the First Nation went ahead and opened its pot shop without a provincial license. The First Nation, on the other hand, stated that it passed its own band legislation with an 86 per cent majority voting in favour.