The ‘B.C. First Nations Cannabis Forum’, the first ever event of its kind, gave Indigenous representatives from all over B.C. a chance to discuss economic opportunities within the industry.
After an almost six month wait, the Williams Lake Indian Band opened the lakecity’s first official cannabis dispensary, Indigenous Bloom, on 1145 South Mackenzie Ave. March 23.
The Six Nations of the Grand River is putting up a cannabis commission and wants eight percent of the sales to go to the community projects. The elected council at the territory submitted a law on February 25 that says those who have permits to process, produces, sell and distribute marijuana should contribute to the community.
Green Mountain, an upcoming socially responsible, low-cost, large-scale wholesale cannabis and hemp producer, has recently received a $1 million investment from Métis N4 Construction. Métis N4 Construction is a diversified project management construction corporation owned by Métis Economic Development Trust, which was established by the Manitoba Métis Federation (MMF).
The Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation Council passed a motion on Monday March 18, 2019 to approve the MCFN Cannabis Control Law.
The lies about pot never stopped—they just got more sophisticated! A bunch of ads have appeared all over the country in the wake of pot legalization. Many are on bus shelters and billboards, but some are in newspapers, on TV, and online.
From Indiancountrynews.com link to article by Christopher Johnson , March 19th 2019 The Oneida Nation has officially filed for a permit with the Department of Agriculture, Trade, and Consumer Protection (DATCP) to begin its potential journey into the hemp production industry. With the removal of hemp from the Controlled Substances Act,…
Green Mountain Health Alliance Ltd., an upcoming socially responsible, low-cost, large-scale wholesale cannabis and hemp producer, has successfully completed a transformation to become known as Green Mountain; unveiling a new online presence and revamped branding in addition to the Company name change.
The nation is looking to open one of the island’s first legal cannabis stores, Costa Canna, by mid-April. But because of the Nation’s history with substance abuse and addiction, it’s been a difficult decision to come to.>