The Anishinabek Police Service conducted a Cannabis Act investigation on an illegal cannabis dispensary operating on the Garden River First Nation. With the assistance of the Batchewana Police Service, on Nov. 27, 2019.
More than 50 Māori health leaders are calling on the Crown to ensure regulations for cannabis legislation favours Māori who want to participate and operate in the market, if New Zealand votes yes next year.
The Shinnecock Indian Nation on Wednesday signed a partnership agreement to build and operate a medical marijuana dispensary on the Southampton reservation within a year in an initiative to broaden the federally recognized tribe’s economic opportunities.
Township of Tyendinaga to hold public meeting regarding cannabis shop: there will be a public meeting held on December 9 in regards to a rezoning for Wolfe Island Cannabis.
Canada’s high flying cannabis sector falls on hard times over retail: Stocks of several large Canadian cannabis producers fell between 15 and 28 per cent since Monday, which began a week of bad financial news from several of the industry’s heavyweights.
How OCN's leader took the Manitoba First Nation from 'paycheque to paycheque' to cannabis business leader. Sinclair's financial stake in National Access Cannabis came with a seat on the company's board and some new acquaintances.
Pot shop opens near Princeton on band land. As the shop is on Upper Similkameen Indian Band land, it is not subject to provincial or municipal licensing requirements, said owner.
Cannabis sales should be legal in First Nations communities, former chief says. At least 50 illegal cannabis sales operations in the province, more than double the 20 legal Cannabis NB stores, that includes dispensaries in First Nations communities.
Pot producers implore Ontario to open more stores: Ontario is home to nearly half of Canada's 243 licensed cannabis producers, and the lack of retail outlets has already been flagged as one of the most serious challenges facing the burgeoning industry.
the National Indigenous Cannabis & Hemp Conference (NICHC) will be arriving at the Delta Grand Okanagan Resort in Kelowna, British Columbia, providing attendees an opportunity to learn from indigenous experts and delegates from across Canada.