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4% of Canadian cannabis licensees Indigenous-affiliated, with systemic barriers ‘baked into system’

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Just over a dozen Indigenous-affiliated cannabis companies have wound their way through Health Canada’s marijuana licensing process in the past 18 months, according to new data provided to Marijuana Business Daily.

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4% of Canadian cannabis licensees Indigenous-affiliated, with systemic barriers ‘baked into system’

4% of Canadian cannabis licensees Indigenous-affiliated, with systemic barriers ‘baked into system’

Just over a dozen Indigenous-affiliated cannabis companies have wound their way through Health Canada’s marijuana licensing process in the past 18 months, according to new data provided to ...

Canada’s Witset First Nation Members to Make Their Own Cannabis Laws

Canada’s Witset First Nation Members to Make Their Own Cannabis Laws

The Witset First Nation is exercising their right to determine their own cannabis laws.

Why Is Leafly Removing Unlicensed Canadian Cannabis Businesses?

Why Is Leafly Removing Unlicensed Canadian Cannabis Businesses?

Leafly will no longer list unlicensed cannabis companies, including retail stores and delivery services.

Tax and licensing issues standing in the way of Indigenous cannabis entrepreneurs

Tax and licensing issues standing in the way of Indigenous cannabis entrepreneurs

Lewis Mitchell, a former police chief on the Mohawk territory of Akwesasne, chuckled when asked if he thought he would have trouble finding customers when his first batch of cannabis is ...

Indigenous suicide: 35 dead in three months, including three 12-year-old children

Indigenous suicide: 35 dead in three months, including three 12-year-old children

Suicide prevention campaigners say Australia’s lack of action is ‘reprehensible’

Province supports clean energy project in North Vancouver First Nations community

Province supports clean energy project in North Vancouver First Nations community

The Tsleil-Waututh Nation in North Vancouver is receiving $150,000 for solar photovoltaic installation as part of a clean energy funding partnership between the Province of British ...