Ben MacDonald of One Nation Cannabis presented his ideas about what council should do in implementing the Six Nations Cannabis Law. MacDonald asked Six Nations of the Grand River General Council to provide a motion allowing One Nation to establish a cannabis task force to work with the Cannabis Commission and council.
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The following table shows the raids that Canadian police forces have carried out against Indigenous cannabis dispensaries on reserve. If there are others that we have missed, please let us know in the comments below. Date Community Store(s) Links Jan 4 2019 Henvey Inlet Medi Shack, other store https://dispensingfreedom.com/2019/08/13/two-alleged-illegal-cannabis-stores-raided-in-henvey-inlet-first-nation/ Jan…
Council Candidate Nick Wyman released two videos today on his Facebook campaign page expressing his desire to see fundamental changes take place in Elected Council's relationship to the cannabis industry at Six Nations.
Staff members of the Green Cross 6N medicinal cannabis dispensary received multiple injuries at the hands of Six Nations Police during a raid on October 9th. SIX NATIONS – At approximately 5pm on the evening of October 9th, 2019, Six Nations man Alyziah Styres, 20 responded to a noise at…
Dispensary chain had four locations closed by Hamilton police last week, opened and closed another store, before Six Nations venture: On the same day Georgia Peach announced it had opened a in Six Nations, police raid the Ohsweken property.
A Dispensing Freedom reader sent in this video of a massive cannabis plantation outside of Six Nations on Hwy 54.
From APTN News link to article by Beverly Andrews January 22, 2018 Six Nations police raided a marijuana dispensary earlier this month arresting the owner and a few others. It’s what the band council appears to want and so does the chief of police. “They should wait until they are…
Six Nations Grand River Development corp restarting work on NRL under police presence: The Six Nations Grand River Development Corporation (SNGRDC) says it is sending its A6N – Back to Work construction company, A6N, back to work Monday on the stalled line
The Six Nations of the Grand River is putting up a cannabis commission and wants eight percent of the sales to go to the community projects. The elected council at the territory submitted a law on February 25 that says those who have permits to process, produces, sell and distribute marijuana should contribute to the community.