Bridging Finance Inc. is starting with a Cannabis store on the Peguis First Nation in Manitoba, according to chief executive officer David Sharpe. His firm is working with Popcann, which fashions pot stores from old shipping containers.
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Cannabis partnership with Mi'kmaw investment ready to turn over a new leaf. cannabis company whose ownership is majority owned by Nova Scotia's 13 Mi'kmaw communities says the company is close to taking its product to market.
The illegal online marijuana market is raising security concerns among experts: Just four days after Georigia Peach saw all it’s illegal marijuana dispensaries shut down, the store reminded it’s followers they could still buy their weed on their website.
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.
RAMA First Nation and MJardin Group Release Designs for Combination Indoor/Greenhouse Cannabis Campus
Bridging Finance Inc., one of North America'sleading infrastructure firms for First Nations and Inuit, is working with Peguis First Nation to bring safe Cannabis retail options to First Nation communities.
Company looking to produce CBD oil in the South Okanagan one step closer: Green Mountain has secured a 98-acre parcel of Indigenous agricultural land in Marron Valley.
Ponoka County approves permit for cannabis operation: Deip confirmed that the Samson First Nation will allow the facility to connect to their water distribution system, which alleviates both the water supply and fire protection concerns
Garden Variety, one of four cannabis retailers approved by the provincial government to establish retail stores in Thompson, is hoping to set up operations in New Town Square at 90 Thompson Driver after being unable to come to terms on a lease at City Centre Mall.
A former Thunder Bay mayor who is heading to trial on an extortion charge was part of a business group that asked an Ontario First Nation for $2.6 million to kickstart a medical marijuana grow operation.