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Indigenous-owned and operated cannabis platform launches on National Indigenous Peoples Day

Red Market Brand’s long-term goal is to “establish a national network of First Nation-licenced producers who will supply Red Market and other First Nation cannabis products — all approved by Health Canada.” From TheGrowthOp by Sam Riches June 21 2021 Red Market Brand (RMB) will give Canadian consumers an Indigenous option when…

ZA Group Acquires Crusair Aircraft to Transport Cannabis Products Nationwide

From PRNNewsWire.com PRESS RELEASE by ZA Group April 15 2021 NAPLES, Fla., April 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — ZA Group Inc. (OTC: ZAAG) is excited to announce that our subsidiary, Econic Crop Solutions Inc, has purchased a Bellanca Cruisair fixed-wing Aircraft, valued at roughly $100,000. The craft will serve as an extremely valuable asset,…

Canadian, US cannabis corporations threaten Colombia’s indigenous communities

Why the Misak people oppose cannabis monocrops on their land From GlobalVoices.org by J. Fernanda Sánchez Jaramillo February 9, 2021 This story was originally published on Media.coop; an edited version is published on Global Voices. In 2016, when the Peace Agreement between the Colombian government and the Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de…

Veritas Pharma Announces Timeline Update on the Acquisition of Indigenous Bloom Hemp Corporation and Provides Board Update

From Yahoo! Finance December 23 2020 Vancouver, British Columbia–(Newsfile Corp. – December 23, 2020) – Veritas Pharma Inc. (CSE: VRT) (OTC: VRTHF) (FSE: 2VPA) (“Veritas” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that it expects to complete the Due Diligence process for the acquisition of Indigenous Bloom Hemp Corporation (“HempCo”) within the…

MJardin Awarded Cultivation & Processing License from Health Canada for its Largest Facility

MJardin announced that the Company received a C$11 million payment towards the previously announced Letter of Intent (LOI) joint venture agreement with Peguis First Nation (51%) that will see Peguis purchase the existing land and buildings from MJardin and additionally fund the capital expenditures required to complete Phase 2 of the facility for approximately C$20.5 million. The joint venture agreement is expected to close in early 2020.

Confirmed Raids on Indigenous Dispensaries since Canadian legalization

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…