Did Native Americans Smoke Weed? Native Americans smoked weed. As did Native Asians, Native Europeans, and Native Africans. But as is the case with any historical narrative, the story is more complicated than that.
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Cannabis Grow Op Info Session: Nipissing FN received business license for indoor cannabis grow facility under Health Canada and NFN Cannabis law. Holding Info session October 16th.
Town breaks ground for lagoon wastewater system upgrade and expansion project. Thunderchild First Nation is helping with the funding because it will be tapping into the lagoon system once its new indoor cannabis cultivation facility
An indigenous-controlled company is in the process of converting a now-vacant Burns Lake sawmill into large-scale cannabis grow operation.
An indigenous controlled cannabis company in Burns Lake is hoping to soon open their doors. NATIONS received a building permit and are in the process of construction.
Matsqui First Nation plans to build greenhouses on land it controls. There are two possibilities at the moment, one of which would be the growing of medical marijuana.
Burns Lake-based Nations Cannabis is set to become the first Indigenous band in British Columbia to operate a licensed Cannabis growing facility. A leader in the Indigenous cannabis business, Nations Cannabis is currently going through the late-stage federal licensing process.
The unbearable whiteness of weed: Canada’s booming cannabis industry has a race problem. Racial inequities have quickly become fundamental in our legal cannabis industry.
Canopy had second thoughts about a plan to build a facility in Kahnawake Mohawk Territory, just outside of Montreal.
Wiisag an Indigenous cannabis company headquartered in Neyaashiinigmiing, says its growing window has closed.