Articles tagged with "First Nations"
7 total articles - Page 1 of 1
Canopy Backpedals on Plan to Work With First Nations CommunityJesse B. Staniforth - Published on August 26, 2019Read more
Canopy had second thoughts about a plan to build a facility in Kahnawake Mohawk Territory, just outside of Montreal.
Did Indigenous Canadians Use Cannabis Before Europeans Arrived?Harrison Jordan - Published on July 24, 2019Read more
And why this little fact matters.
Saskatchewan Asserts That Cannabis Store on Indigenous Land Is IllegalJerry Langton - Published on November 22, 2018Read more
The provincial government maintains that it, and it alone, has the authority to issue licenses for cannabis cultivators, wholesalers, and retailers in Saskatchewan.
Wabanaki Cannabis Strain a Surprise to Namesake First NationsJesse B. Staniforth - Published on November 9, 2018Read more
The product was named without consultation from Wabanaki people.
Inside Alderville, Canada’s First Nations Cannabis BoomtownBruce Barcott - Published on October 30, 2018Read more
This tiny town’s ‘Green Mile’ is transforming an entire tribe—and drawing customers from all over Ontario.
Indigenous Communities and the Cannabis Act: A Clash of Tradition and TreatiesJesse B. Staniforth - Published on May 9, 2018Read more
Some Indigenous communities want an all-out ban on cannabis. Others want to be able to grow and sell cannabis freely. All feel they have a moral right to decide for themselves.
Indigenous Cannabis: Revitalizing First-Nation Economies Through LegalizationSam Riches - Published on December 18, 2017Read more
“There is an undeniable sense within the First Nation community of not being left behind,” says Jacob Taylor, co-founder of the First Nations-owned and -operated socioeconomic development firm the Pontiac Group.