National Access Cannabis One of Four Groups to operate retail pot stores in Manitoba

Manitoba has identified four companies that will be allowed to operate retail  locations for recreational cannabis   The province says it has conditionally accepted proposals from: Consortium of Delta 9 Cannabis Inc. and Canopy Growth Corporation — Delta 9 operates an 80,000 square foot production facility in Winnipeg and expects to hire approximately 100 people for production and…

Long Plain and Two other First Nations Enter Partnership with Cannabis Company

Three Manitoba First Nations outlined plans on Friday that could see retail cannabis locations open on treaty land, including locations in downtown Winnipeg.   They have a partnership agreement with National Access Cannabis, a chain of medical cannabis access clinics with plans to open recreational marijuana dispensaries after legalization on July 1. The chain is…

Southern Manitoba Chiefs sign a Re-declaration to unify Treaty 1 First Nations

Southern Manitoba chiefs gathered Tuesday to sign a re-declaration to unify Treaty 1 First Nations just as negotiations with the federal government over the Kapyong lands are ramping up. Representatives of Peguis, Brokenhead, Ojibway, Swan Lake, Roseau River Anishinabe, Long Plain, Sandy Bay Ojibway and Sagkeeng First Nations signed the declaration and celebrated at the…