Indigenous cannabis retailers are turning their backs on the Ontario’s plan to license up to eight stores on First Nations reserves, suggesting provincial regulation would hurt thriving businesses, cause infighting and infringe on their sovereignty
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Wahnapitae's Cannabis Referendum: Deep in the southern reaches of the world's largest forest, the Anishinaabe people of Wahnapitae First Nation make a historic decision in a referendum on whether or not the people approve of the selling of cannabis
Creator’s Choice welcomes the result of the June 29th, 2019 Wahnapitae Cannabis referendum. The people of Wahnapitae made the decision (by a margin of 44 to 40) to allow the sales of cannabis and cannabis accessories on our territory.
Mere hours after the people of Wahnapitae endorsed Indigenous cannabis sales on their territory in a referendum, Chief and Council of Wahnapitae FN published a set of cannabis bylaws on their website that prohibit all cannabis sales on reserve
Link to video by Creator’s Choice Natural Health Solutions, June 29th 2019 https://www.facebook.com/p4t4life/videos/2358895704165945/
The third Anishinabek Cannabis Gathering will be held this Saturday in Wahnipatae First Nation. The first two gatherings were held in Alderville and Pikwakanagan First Nations. All three communities currently have cannabis dispensaries
Three Sudbury-area men have been charged with selling pot illegally after police raided shops in Henvey Inlet, south of the city.
After executing two search warrants in Wahnapitae First Nation Thursday, Ontario Provincial Police along with Provincial Joint Forces Cannabis Enforcement Team, the North East Region Community Street Crimes Unit, West Parry Sound Crime Unit and the detatchment carried out two more on dispensaries in Henvey Inlet First Nations on Friday.
Six people have been charged following two separate drug raids on the Wahnapitae First Nation.
Ontario Provincial Police say that members of the Provincial Joint Forces Cannabis Enforcement Team along with members of the Anishinabek Police Service made several arrests and laid charges in connection with what they call two illegal cannabis stores on Wahnapitae First Nation.