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.
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Canopy had second thoughts about a plan to build a facility in Kahnawake Mohawk Territory, just outside of Montreal.
Canopy's top pot advocate 'often called a sellout' but fights on: “I’m furious about it,” Black said, tearing up. “My company is allowed to have cannabis factories across the country and we just put a First Nations man in jail for 10 months for possession.
Majority In Kahnawake Okay With Local Pot Sale: Community members had a chance last week to give their thoughts on cannabis sales in Kahnawake with an opinion poll.
One Mohawk elder is questioning the validity of bring marijuana to his people.
The Mohawk community will now move forward with its own plan to license and regulate the sale of cannabis within its borders. The South Shore community rejected Ottawa’s cannabis legislation earlier this month, opting instead to create its own laws governing the growth and sale of legal weed in Kahnawake. Christopher…
The Mohawk Council of Kahnawake has signed a non-binding agreement with Canopy Growth Corp. The potential deal would see the First Nation host a 4,650-square-metre production facility, plus a processing and packaging space nearly half that size, in partnership with Canada's largest cannabis company.
The Mohawk Council of Kahnawake, just outside Montreal, has signed a non-binding agreement with Canada's largest cannabis firm, Canopy Growth, that could see the construction of a sprawling, state-of-the-art greenhouse.
The Long Trail From Seed To Weed To Market: If all goes to plan, the RoyalMax Biotechnology and Sublime Culture medical marijuana facility will be operational next month.
First Nations entrepreneurs big winners of Manitoba cannabis plan: A group of First Nations looks set to win big in the Manitoba cannabis market, thanks to partnerships with several cannabis companies chosen to run the province’s private marijuana retails