Opaskwayak Cree Nation invested $3 million in National Access Cannabis just prior to its first day of trading in September 2017.
No matter who wins the Oct. 1 election, the relationship between First Nations and Quebec’s government will have to be “entirely revisited.”
Should the more than 200 First Nations in British Columbia get a piece of the pot tax pie after cannabis is legalized in Canada on Oct. 17?
Some of our communities have attracted private sector partners to help us grow, process, package and wholesale cannabis, producing hundreds of sustainable jobs. Retail stores will follow which will help the provincial government realize its goal of reasonable access to cannabis for all Manitobans.
Onekanew Sinclair is a well regarded member of the Opaskwayak Cree Nation and co-chair of Manitoba's Northern Economic Development Strategy. He currently serves on the board of National Access Cannabis
First Nations want more control over legalization of cannabis: As the deadline looms for governments to establish or oversee legal outlets for the sale of recreational cannabis, at least one group of First Nations says they plan to draft their own laws
The city to respect its neighbours, highlighting how Nipissing First Nation Chief Scott McLeod has spoken out against marijuana sales in his community.
From Newswire.ca link to release by Aurora Cannabis Inc. Aug 27, 2018 TORONTO, Aug. 27, 2018 /CNW/ – Aurora Cannabis Inc. (“Aurora” or the “Company”) (TSX: ACB) (OTCQB: ACBFF) (Frankfurt: 21P; WKN: A1C4WM) today reaffirmed its commitment to advocating for the amnesty of cannabis possession offenses through a $50,000 contribution to the Campaign for Cannabis Amnesty.…
He doesn’t have a criminal record, but come Oct. 17, Alderville’s Rob Stevenson is willing to go to jail for his cause.
researchers are launching a study that will look at how cannabis legalization affects diverse communities, including Indigenous and racialized communities, in four provinces.