The Chippewas of Georgina Island First Nation eyeing cannabis store on mainland Georgina. Despite the town closing its doors to a brick-and-mortar cannabis retailer.
Sarnia’s chief of police made good on a pledge last week when officers raided two smoke shops on the Aamjiwnaang First Nation and arrested five men for running illegal marijuana stores. Despite more police busts, illegal pot shops continue to pop up
Following in the footsteps of Anishinabek Cannabis entrepreneurs in Alderville and Pikwakanagan, a group of Anishinaabe people involved in the cannabis industry on the north shore of Lake Huron are taking steps to create their own association. The group is holding a one day meeting on August 29th, 2019 in…
A report on priority areas identified during the Senate Committee's study of the Cannabis Act: Progress Report on Priorities Identified in the Eleventh Report of the Standing Senate Committee on Aboriginal Peoples
Chiefs pass resolution for cannabis self-government: The Chiefs of Ontario feel it is up to individual First Nations to decide if they want a cannabis store in their community and also to decide how it will be administered.
RAMA First Nation and MJardin Group Release Designs for Combination Indoor/Greenhouse Cannabis Campus
Today, cannabis presents a new and legitimate economic opportunity. Penalizing Indigenous communities for pursuing it would be unconscionable. Instead, federal and provincial governments must fosters cannabis-related economic development.
First Nations jurisdiction an important tool for development: Both the Muscowpetung Saulteaux Nation and the Pheasant Rump Nakota Nation have seized the opportunity and established cannabis dispensaries under the jurisdiction of their First Nations
A legal cannabis grow-op on an Ontario First Nation has been stopped due to community opposition. Chief and council of Neyaashiinigmiing First Nation enacted a temporary bylaw last month restricting an Indigenous cannabis company from operating